Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Tank Trouble Tuesday

Is your tank lining in good condition?

A TankCam® inspection is an excellent tool to evaluate the status of your tank lining and catch signs of failure-- like this tank in Tennessee-- before a failed lining becomes a bigger problem.

Monday, February 19, 2018

Video Review of the 2018 California CUPA Forum

Get the inside scoop on the 2018 Cal CUPA forum and be prepared to discuss how these new regulations might apply to your facilities. 

Visit us this week at WPMA Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada or call us at 1-800-964-1250 to speak with one of our compliance experts today!

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Tank Trouble Tuesday

Site operators in California noted an alarm of a breach in their interstitial space, and called Tanknology to investigate the leak.

We confirmed the breach by pouring water into the interstitial space, and using a TankCam® inspection to identify a crack in the lower tank wall.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Tank Trouble Tuesday

This week's edition of Tank Trouble Tuesday features a corroded steel UST in Arkansas.

TankCam® inspections are an excellent tool to see what's happening inside your tank and determine the extent of corrosion such as this before it causes bigger problems like compromised fuel quality, weakened tank walls, or even a hole in the tank.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Tank Trouble Tuesday

Site operators in Georgia noted a water ingress in their single-walled fiberglass tank.

Our TankCam® inspection revealed that the tank had widespread resin flaking and apparent blistering. A water drip was observed to be coming from around the fill riser-- the apparent source of the ingress.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Tank Trouble Tuesday

The TankCam® inspection of this single-walled steel tank in Ohio showed widespread corrosion including pitting on an end cap, and definitively revealed to the site operator that their tank did not have an unused manway.

Read about more reasons for a TankCam inspection on our website, or follow Tank Trouble Tuesday.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Tank Trouble Tuesday

TankCam® inspections are frequently utilized for remote video inspections of older tanks or to identify suspected problems. However, inspections of brand new tanks can also provide valuable insights.

Tank inspections done after installation, but prior to the first fuel drop, verify that no tools or construction materials are left behind in the tank. Inspections also check for anomalies in the tank walls, changes in overall tank shape, and anything else that may have gone wrong, like STP shafts with significant oxidation shown in the GIF below.

For more details on inspections prior to an initial fuel drop, check out a case study from Tanknology Australia.