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333-120AG

120 Gal Above Ground Propane Tank

General Specifications
  • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
  • Complies with NFPA 58.
  •  Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board. All standard vessels UL listed (UL 644 – Container Assemblies for LP-Gas). Standard vessels available with CRN (Canadian Registration Number).
  •  Vessels are either powder coated with TGIC polyester or primed with liquid epoxy and coated with liquid urethane top coat.
  •  All vessels are shipped vacuum pre-purged to enable simplified first fill of the vessel.
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333-120AG

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333-250AG

250 Gal Above Ground Propane Tank

General Specifications
  • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
  • Complies with NFPA 58.
  •  Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board. All standard vessels UL listed (UL 644 – Container Assemblies for LP-Gas). Standard vessels available with CRN (Canadian Registration Number).
  •  Vessels are either powder coated with TGIC polyester or primed with liquid epoxy and coated with liquid urethane top coat.
  •  All vessels are shipped vacuum pre-purged to enable simplified first fill of the vessel.
  •  

333-250AG

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UOM : EA

333-500AG

500 Gal Above Ground Propane Tank

General Specifications
  • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
  • Complies with NFPA 58.
  •  Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board. All standard vessels UL listed (UL 644 – Container Assemblies for LP-Gas). Standard vessels available with CRN (Canadian Registration Number).
  •  Vessels are either powder coated with TGIC polyester or primed with liquid epoxy and coated with liquid urethane top coat.
  •  All vessels are shipped vacuum pre-purged to enable simplified first fill of the vessel.
  •  

333-500AG

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UOM : EA

333-1000AG

1000 Gal Above Ground Propane Tank

General Specifications
  • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
  • Complies with NFPA 58.
  •  Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board. All standard vessels UL listed (UL 644 – Container Assemblies for LP-Gas). Standard vessels available with CRN (Canadian Registration Number).
  •  Vessels are either powder coated with TGIC polyester or primed with liquid epoxy and coated with liquid urethane top coat.
  •  All vessels are shipped vacuum pre-purged to enable simplified first fill of the vessel.
  •  

333-1000AG

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UOM : EA

120 Gal AG/UG Propane Tank

General Specifications
  • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
  • Complies with NFPA 58.
  • Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board.
  •  
    Two service options available:
    •  Option 1: Ready-to-bury underground option, coated with either powder coated phenolic epoxy finish
    •  Option 2: liquid applied epoxy primer coat followed by urethane top coat, supplied with composite
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333-120AG/UG

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UOM : EA

250 Gal AG/UG Propane Tanks

General Specifications
  • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
  • Complies with NFPA 58.
  • Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board.
  •  
    Two service options available:
  •  Option 1: Ready-to-bury underground option, coated with either powder coated phenolic epoxy finish
  •  Option 2: liquid applied epoxy primer coat followed by urethane top coat, supplied with composite
  •  

    333-250AG/UG

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    UOM : EA

    500 Gal AG/UG Propane Tank

    General Specifications
    • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
    • Complies with NFPA 58.
    • Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board.
    •  
      Two service options available:
      •  Option 1: Ready-to-bury underground option, coated with either powder coated phenolic epoxy finish
      •  Option 2: liquid applied epoxy primer coat followed by urethane top coat, supplied with composite
      •  

    333-500AG/UG

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    UOM : EA

    1000 Gal AG/UG Propane Tank

    General Specifications
  • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
  • Complies with NFPA 58.
  • Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board.
  •  
    Two service options available:
  •  Option 1: Ready-to-bury underground option, coated with either powder coated phenolic epoxy finish
  •  Option 2: liquid applied epoxy primer coat followed by urethane top coat, supplied with composite
  •  

    333-1000AG/UG

    More Info

    UOM : EA

    333-120UG

    120 Gal Underground Propane Tank

    General Specifications
    • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
    • Complies with NFPA 58.
    • Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board. Some standard vessels available with CRN (Canadian Registration Number).
    • Vessels shipped with durable ready-to-bury coating. Vessels, depending on manufacturing location, are either powder coated with phenolic epoxy, painted with a single application urethane coating, or primed with liquid epoxy and coated with liquid epoxy top coat – all providing a durable ready-to-bury coating.
    • All vessels are shipped vacuum pre-purged to enable simplified first fill of the vessel.
    • Green composite dome provides large working space and is resistant to the elements. Anode stud attached to riser pipe to enable ease of cathodic connection.

     

    333-120UG

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    UOM : EA

    333-250UG

    250 Gal Underground Propane Tank

    General Specifications
    • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
    • Complies with NFPA 58.
    • Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board. Some standard vessels available with CRN (Canadian Registration Number).
    • Vessels shipped with durable ready-to-bury coating. Vessels, depending on manufacturing location, are either powder coated with phenolic epoxy, painted with a single application urethane coating, or primed with liquid epoxy and coated with liquid epoxy top coat – all providing a durable ready-to-bury coating.
    • All vessels are shipped vacuum pre-purged to enable simplified first fill of the vessel.
    • Green composite dome provides large working space and is resistant to the elements. Anode stud attached to riser pipe to enable ease of cathodic connection.
    •  

    333-250UG

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    UOM : EA

    333-1000UG

    1000 Gal Underground Propane Tank

    General Specifications
    • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
    • Complies with NFPA 58.
    • Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board. Some standard vessels available with CRN (Canadian Registration Number).
    • Vessels shipped with durable ready-to-bury coating. Vessels, depending on manufacturing location, are either powder coated with phenolic epoxy, painted with a single application urethane coating, or primed with liquid epoxy and coated with liquid epoxy top coat – all providing a durable ready-to-bury coating.
    • All vessels are shipped vacuum pre-purged to enable simplified first fill of the vessel.
    • Green composite dome provides large working space and is resistant to the elements. Anode stud attached to riser pipe to enable ease of cathodic connection.

     

    333-1000UG

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    UOM : EA

    333-500UG

    500 Gal Underground Propane Tank

    General Specifications
    • Conforms to the latest edition of ASME Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels, Section VIII, Division 1.
    • Complies with NFPA 58.
    • Rated at 250 psig from -20° F to 125° F. All vessels registered with National Board. Some standard vessels available with CRN (Canadian Registration Number).
    • Vessels shipped with durable ready-to-bury coating. Vessels, depending on manufacturing location, are either powder coated with phenolic epoxy, painted with a single application urethane coating, or primed with liquid epoxy and coated with liquid epoxy top coat – all providing a durable ready-to-bury coating.
    • All vessels are shipped vacuum pre-purged to enable simplified first fill of the vessel.
    • Green composite dome provides large working space and is resistant to the elements. Anode stud attached to riser pipe to enable ease of cathodic connection.

     

    333-500UG

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    UOM : EA

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