Proper care and handling of new polyethylene tanks are critical to ensure proper installation without damages before it is placed in service. Peabody Engineering provides tanks from five gallons to 20,000 gallons, many in single and dual-wall configurations.
Download this white paper to serve as a reference for users to understand what to expect when receiving their new tanks.
Creating concealment systems that are both “RF Friendly” and pleasing on the eye is an important art. This white paper introduces factors involved in antenna concealment and how architectural design is essential when taking on the challenge of structural beauty.
Learn more about how we tackle the challenge of cell site concealment systems.
Cellular Carrier approved
RF tested and WiMax ready
Full-service design and engineering
Custom-made molded panels and FRP structural shapes
Chemical storage tanks for industrial, agricultural, high-purity and municipal applications are available in a very wide variety of sizes and styles. They are also available in a variety of different materials of construction. This paper will discuss the benefits of “Plastic Chemical Storage and Process Tanks”.
Our office will be closed on Nov 26th and 27th, 2020.
2020 has been an unprecedented year to put it mildly. Everything started out okay, but things quickly went south, starting with Impeachment proceedings against our President at the same time we first heard about a novel coronavirus coming from China. Things quickly got worse from there. We all know about the nightmare we’ve endured these past 8 months, with lockdowns, fear mongering and a radical change in the way we live our lives. To top it all off, we have a contested Presidential election with an outcome that is anyone’s guess. How far we have fallen!
Our Great Nation and the whole world are in peril, but we as Americans are up to the task of getting things back on track. If America’s good people stand up and speak up for righteousness and Goodness, we will prevail.
“Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.” ~ Author Unknown
When it comes to maximizing the life cycle of your storage tank assets, and your ROI, it’s natural to choose the most cost-effective, durable construction material for your application. For those reasons and more, polyethylene for commercial storage tanks is ideal for applications storing a wide range of liquids. But what is the expected life cycle of a polyethylene tank? This white paper, Life Expectancy of Rotationally Molded Polyethylene Tanks, addresses the factors that can impact the poly tank life and outlines recommendations for tank care.
This white paper introduces you to Linear Polyethylene Resins (LDPE), and outlines four parameters affecting the lifespan of an LDPE tank: its applications, its characteristics, its environmental exposures, and its care.
Learn about what makes polyethylene a superior tank solution:
Excellent UV inhibitors
Service life up to 20 years
Extremely chemical resistant
Excellent impact resistance
Very low maintenance
Download the white papernow to get more details about these important factors and features and how they can help you maximize the Life Expectancy of Rotationally Molded Polyethylene Tanks.
Whether it’s an aggressive application that requires a secondary tank for caustic products, food processing that needs an NSF Listed FDA High-Density Linear Polyethylene single-walled tank, or a Linear Polyethylene solution for storing and dispensing agricultural chemicals, it’s easy to see why not all commercial storage tank solutions are one-size-fits-all. When it comes to purchasing an industrial storage tank, we know it is an important investment and a process that all starts with identifying your unique needs. That’s why we’ve created our online Build Your Tank Quote tool to help us gather the upfront information we need to help you take that first step in purchasing your new tank.
Our Build Your Tank Quote tool takes the complex and makes it simple so you can find the right storage tank to meet your business’ needs. It helps you get a more accurate quote, quicker quoting timelines, and a better customer experience.
The tool is simple, intuitive, and very user-friendly as it walks you through a quick survey. Let’s take a look at how it works:
Step 1. Select the type of tank you are looking for.
What type of tank do you need? Choose between our ProChem® Process Chemical Tanks that are designed for industrial process chemical applications where a single-walled design is desired; our Gemini Dual Containment® Tanks, also known as Double Wall Tanks, which are rated for a wide range of chemical applications; or our DCS Double Containment Tanks and single-walled engineered tanks that are ideal for a wide range of applications from food processing and semiconductor to agricultural and heavy duty industrial chemical storage.
Step 2. Choose the configuration you need.
The available configurations will differ based on the type of tank you need.
If you selected the ProChem® Process Chemical Tank from Step 1, your configuration options are the ProChem Process Chemical, ProChem Open Top, or ProChem other styles for a more customized tank.
If you selected the Gemini Dual Containment® tank from Step 1, you choose between a cylindrical or square tank.
If you selected the Double Containment and single-walled engineered tanks, you have the single or dual wall options.
Step 3. Fill in the product specifics.
Next, we’ll need some specifics about the product you’ll be storing. Some of those particulars, depending on the type of tank you selected in Step 1, include the number of gallons being stored, the type of product being stored, and the temperature.
If you select the Single or Dual Walled Engineered Tank from Step 1, the tool will also ask you to include any fittings or accessories you may need. Peabody Engineering offers a variety of standard tank accessories like level indicators, funnels, lids, suction tubes, and heating blanket systems.
Step 4. Submit!
Now that we have all the details we need to get you an accurate, quick quote, just fill in the form with your contact information and any other details you would like us to know about the tank you are looking for and we’ll get back to you with any further questions or a quote, with absolutely no commitment required.
Our office will be closed on Friday July 3rd, 2020. We will resume normal business hours on Monday, July 6, 2020.
We made it. It’s here. Independence Day 2020. 244 years ago today, on July 4th, 1776, a handful of brave men and women, some well-educated, all successful and responsible, who loved their fellow man, who forged out a new nation from the harsh wilderness, braving great peril and even death from the harsh environment, from extreme weather, wild animals, threats of peril from bellicose bands of violent savages and outlaws, pestilence and disease!
They could deal with all those threats and they did so successfully. What they would not tolerate was oppression from a far-away ruling authority named George III, who was the King of England and felt that the citizens of the New World were his subjects and toiled for and at his pleasure.
The leaders of the Colonists had had enough and listed the Grievances they had against the crown that despite their complaints, had failed to be addressed. King George’s rule of the Colonies included occupation by an oppressive and draconian standing military force (The Regulars), who routinely broke into private homes and took whatever they wanted in the name of the crown. The King also ordered that trade be cut off to the Colonies, barred citizens from a fair and speedy trial, imposed unfair taxes without representation and 23 more grievances enumerated in a document that defined America and established it as a free and sovereign nation called the Declaration of Independence, which ushered in the Revolutionary War.
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Are you prepared for spills, overflows, and leaks? Properly containing your chemicals in case of a container failure is imperative to protecting your employees from injury and reducing the environmental contamination. Not to mention, EPA compliance. Finding the right secondary containment product is the first best step to mitigating risks.
Peabody Engineering’s new PCS-PLUS 4 pump containment enclosure is designed to safely contain your pumps and equipment manifold systems. Its large footprint—36” x 48” base dimension and 4,000-pound loading capacity—offers the perfect platform for installation of large or multiple pumps, sampling stations, controllers, piping manifolds, coupon racks, chemical feed/dispensing systems, drums and more.
The PCS-PLUS 4 provides a safe, secure, weatherproof, and lockable cabinet. The Polyethylene, corrosion-resistant material allows for wide chemical compatibility, and for an additional cost, you can add on a security bolt kit to prevent unauthorized access.
Here are some other important features and benefits:
66 Gallon Containment Capacity with optional drain for overflows – Allows for EPA-Compliant storage of up to (2) 55-gallon capacity tanks or drums.
Sturdy back wall is designed to “add” Unistrut support systems, for mounting pipe and other accessories. Unistrut supports are available in various materials of construction as an option.
Optional Fans, Heating, and Air-Conditioning modules available for ultimate climate control.
Walls designed for installation of bulkhead fittings for through-hole piping and electrical process connections
Great for secure storage of chemicals or other supplies in remote locations, treatment facilities, warehouses, or construction sites.
Large swing-open doors with windows and liftable top hatch for easy access for installation and servicing.
Designed to mount multiple pumps in one safe, secure location
Lockable doors keep your equipment safe and secure.
Forkliftable base with molded inserts for anchoring in place.
Standard internal grating to elevate equipment above containment sump.
Made of durable rotational molded polyethylene – never rusts or corrodes.
UV-Resistant for up to a 20-year life in outdoor installations, designed to keep rain and moisture out.
Temperature range from -50°F to 140°F.
Available in custom colors with private branding options.
Highly chemical resistant with a wide range of chemicals and corrosive environments.
Proudly manufactured in the USA.
Peabody’s expert staff can help you properly specify your PCS-PLUS 4 configuration to fit your specific application.
Quality is more than just a word at Peabody Engineering; it is part of our value system. And that value isn’t just driven by how many hours we put into the design, cost, testing, and delivery of a finished product. Quality is what a product does for our customers—from distribution partners to end-users. If the product or service doesn’t perform to customers’ expectations, then nothing else matters.
Peabody’s standards set the bar high in the industrial storage tanks and telecom concealment markets because we deliver on five precise components of quality to ensure customer satisfaction, from prototype to final product.
Peabody Engineering keeps much of its design and production process in-house, as opposed to outsourcing. This gives us more control over our inputs as well as our ability to deliver the final product sooner and reduce costs. We design and produce our own line of tanks and perform our own tooling and rotational plastic molding internally to ensure quality at every step of the manufacturing process.
Quality and experience go hand-in-hand. For more than 60 years, Peabody Engineering has known who we are. With our roots in commercial tanks and concealment products, our focus is intentional, so we can deliver quality, reliable and sustainable solutions to our customers. As storage tank industry experts, we stay ahead of technology and wisely invest in our manufacturing capabilities, with a focus of developing intuitive new products consistently.
Quality products start with the most durable and long-lasting materials. Peabody uses the industry’s most premium lines of fiberglass reinforced polymers (FRP) and top of the market chemically resistant polyethylenes. From our rugged, corrosion-resistant polyethylene potable water tanks, to our high-density linear polyethylene bulk chemical storage tanks, to our heavy-duty engineered chemical tanks systems that are virtually unaffected by ultra-violet rays and other environmental conditions, all of Peabody’s storage tanks are strong, engineering-level tolerances and highly reliable for your most demanding applications.
Intuitive Tank Designs
Communication is key in Peabody’s design process. The good quality design comes from listening to and understanding the end user’s expectations in order to provide them with the most intuitive product for a seamless installation and user experience.
As Industrial Plastic Tank manufacturing leaders, Peabody Engineering works hard to stay ahead of the demands of the industry, including being certified to meet quality and purity standards. We have recently secured an upgraded certification for ANSI/NSF-61 compliance in The United States and Canada through ALS Global/Truesdail Laboratories which makes all of our tanks compliant in most municipalities across the continent.
Peabody Engineering has been designing, building, and delivering quality Commercial/Industrial storage tank solutions for six decades, in all shapes and sizes, and always with an emphasis on quality. Visit our website today to learn more about our industrial storage tanks as well as our other division, which manufactures telecom concealment systems.
Peabody Engineering & Supply, Inc. receives NEW certification on Tanks for NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 from ALS Global/Truesdail Laboratories.
Peabody Engineering, a market leader in Single and Dual Walled Chemical Storage Tanks, including the popular Gemini® and ProChem® tanks, has secured an upgraded certification for NSF-61 compliance in The United States and Canada through ALS Global/Truesdail Laboratories. ALS is a global leader in providing laboratory testing, inspection, certification, and verification solutions.
Through Peabody’s partnership with ALS on this project, the company has significantly expanded its offering of NSF-61 certified products, including Medium and High-Density Polyethylene and Crosslink Polyethylene materials to address a wide range of applications for water purification, food processing, water, and wastewater treatment and more. Peabody now has the ability to offer customized solutions and engineered tank packages under their new certification as well.
The new NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 certification is recognized and approved in all of the United States and Canada, making all of their tanks compliant in most municipalities across the continent. This new feature is offered at no additional cost to all Peabody customers and the certification can be verified on ALSGlobal.com, for submission to regulating authorities as needed.
Peabody Engineering & Supply, Inc. is a manufacturer of rotationally molded products for industry, including water, food, pharmaceutical, agricultural and chemical storage, and handling solutions. The company offers a wide range of tank sizes in Single- (ProChem®) and Dual- (Gemini®) Walled options. Peabody products are available through a multitude of Authorized Distributors across the USA and Canada.
Peabody Engineering, founded in 1952, is a manufacturer and distributor of tanks, telecommunication disguising equipment, and other various plastic products that meet the demand of a wide range of markets.