Repairs & Maintenance
Expert Services for Your Tank
Save money by keeping your tank in service. Maintaining your investment with regular inspections, repairs and maintenance will increase productivity and prolong the life of your tank. Heartland Tank can help you with these needs in addition to adding gauge systems, handrails, couplings, nozzles, or other appurtenances.
We Keep Your Tank In Top Working Condition
Dealing with minor tank problems is our specialty. Heartland Tank looks beyond the minor symptom to determine whether there is a larger cause or situation to correct to prevent significant damage. We are dedicated to thoroughly investigating any tank problem and fully informing the customer of the various repair options. Heartland Tank personnel will explain each option as well as supply guidance as to the best and safest solution.
Repair to specification
When a tank needs repair, our team is highly qualified for the job. From fixing a small leak, to installing a new storage tank floor, to retrofit a tank liner, our team can complete any repair to API-653 specifications, quickly placing the storage tank back in service. Heartland Tank has extensive experience in repairing tanks for a wide variety of situations, such as unstable foundations, corrosion, weather events, pressurization/vacuum, fires, floods, mudslides.
tank Modifications for Liner Installations
Are you needing tank modifications to meet state regulatory requirements or for installing an internal liner to an existing tank? Heartland Tank’s experienced personnel will make the necessary changes with precision and in compliance with API-650 and 653 Specifications to enable Heartland Tank Services, Inc. to install a flexible internal PVC liner.
Adding an internal liner to an existing tank usually requires modifications to retrofit the tank to allow for a liner.
First, we install a roof machine hatch that provides the ability to lower the liner into the tank and provide additional lighting and ventilation in the tank whenever work needs to be performed. Second, the internal tank nozzles are replaced with standard flat-faced flanges to protect the liner from being stressed.
Finally, valve boxes are installed on the outside of the tank to provide valve containment. These are straight forward changes but important for the installation and protection of the internal liner.
Ready To Get Started?
Contact us today at (580) 762-0368 to discuss your project or to request a quote!