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Frac Storage Tanks Made in the USA

Frac water storage tanks are required for the storage of frac fluids, brine, or process water during oil field operations. These oil field storage tanks are designed to hold large quantities of water while fracking, industrial pumping, or during other commercial industry operations. As an economical lower cost alternative to the standard steel frac tank, GEI Works also manufactures flexible frac tanks in sizes over 200,000 gallons for bulk liquid storage, while steel tanks can accomodate up to 600 bbl storage. All of our fracking tanks are strong, durable, and USA made.

Flexible Frac Tank
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Low Cost Frac Tank Options

flexible frac tankFlexible Frack Tanks - The collapsible tanks are a cost-effective alternative to the standard steel frac storage tanks and are high strength with high UV resistance. Made in sizes up to 210,000 gallons (equal to approx. 5,000 BBL).

Frac Pit Liners - These high quality pit liners are designed to line your frac pit or pond, providing a barrier between the stored water and the ground. These are very important when using fracking storage tanks.

Choose Your Frac Water Storage Tank Style

frac pit linersWhile capacity can play a large roll in determining the right frac storage tank (sometimes spelled fraq tank, or frack tank) for your location, we also ask customers to consider additional factors including the the estimated storage duration, available space, and the conditions where the tank will be stored. Collapsible frack water tanks are naturally flexible in their design options and can made in custom sizes as required. Our fracking tanks for sale meet the Fracking Industry Standards can also be used as brine water tanks or process water tanks.

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Flexible Frac Tank Advantages

As an alternative to the standard steel option, the flexible frac water storage tank is a low cost option for increased storage capacities in a single tank. While the standard steel model is typically equipped with either a 500 BBL or 600 BBL storage option, flexible fracking storage tanks can store up to 210,000 gallons (or around 5000 BBL)! For more information regarding each of these frack water tank units, please review our Oil Field Frac Tank comparison page.

Additional advantages to large flexible frac water storage tanks include the following:

  • High Heat Retention (Reduces Requirements for Tank Heaters)
  • Can be Folded or Rolled for Transportation
  • Several Tanks can be Shipped in the same Container
  • Lower Shipping Costs
  • Quick and Easy Transportation to New Locations

For more information, view the Flexible Frac Storage Tank product page.

Secondary Containment for Fracking Sites

frac tank containmentWhether you decide to use a flexible or steel frac tank (sometimes spelled fraq tanks) on your site, having some form of secondary containment is often a must. One of the most economical options for frac secondary containment is the use of a foam or aluminum angle Spill Containment Berm.

These berms are high in strength, portable, flexible and fully equipped to handle frac tanks being driven on and off of the unit. Berms are available in several standard or custom sizes as required for your site.

Further Resources

For more information on fracking tanks, please view our Frac Water Storage Tanks overview page. Our full selection of tanks including steel tanks, plastic tanks, and onion tanks can be found on our Storage Tanks overview page. Looking for a bladder tank that can be used for something other than fracking tanks? View our selection of Bladder Tanks that include tanks for drinking water storage, rainwater collection, and gray water storage. Please view our pit liners for crude oil containment page for more information on liners.

Questions? Give us a call at 1-772-646-0597 or fill out our quote request form to discuss your requirements.