Perfect for Challenging Solutions

Our tanks are the perfect solution for storing even the strongest, hardest-to-contain chemical like sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid and sodium hypochlorite.

Structurally Sound

Our tanks are the high performance alternative to Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Fiberglass and Rotationally Molded plastic tanks.

Longer Lasting

With wall thicknesses up to 6 inches thick, these sturdy tanks don’t bulge, buckle, oxidize, or corrode as other tanks can.

Virtually Maintenance Free

Because the tank color is an additive to the plastic itself, there is never a need to sand blast or repaint.

We are happy to offer a one year warranty for our tanks.  Extended warranty periods are available for an additional cost.


Click Here for the Houston PolyTank Warranty

We take the utmost care with your tank, and we want to help you do the same. With such an important investment, proper handling and installation is critically important for the longevity and integrity of the tank (as well as maintaining the warranty).

Tanks are generalyl set on a concrete foundation using lifting lugs built into the tanks or using a sling/choke method.  This pdf outlines all the instructions and tips you need to safely move your tank into place and covers:

  • Unloading
  • Setting tank into place
  • Repositioning the tank
  • Base/Foundation Guidelines
  • Notes on Temperature Impact

Click here to download the Houston PolyTank Unloading & Handling Guide

Proper installation will ensure the best performance and longest life of your tank.  Please fully review this installation guide for information on all the technical information and guidelines necessary for successful installation of your custom-engineered tank..

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Proper periodic maintenance will ensure on-going high-quality performance for your storage needs.  Please take some time to review recommended maintenance and routine visual inspections, including external examination guidance.


Click here for our Operations & Maintenance Guide

If you need the technical information about the materials used to manufacture our tanks, please click one of the links below:

polyethylene and polypropylene tanks