Tank roof repairs


Furmanite’s Tank Roof Repair Service Addresses The Following Situations:

  • Floating roof center deck weld cracks
  • Pontoon weld cracks
  • Roof corrosion
  • Leg-support compensating pads
  • Wind girder corrosion problems
  • Roof vent installation
  • Ladder runner support defects

What Sets Furmanite Apart From the Rest?

There’s a reason plant managers around the world rely on Furmanite for Tank Roof Repairs – we offer a solution unlike any other that provides proven results.

  • The repairs are all done while your tank is still in service, making downtime a non-issue.
  • Repairs are made by Furmanite mechanical craftsmen specially trained to work on tank roofs – so you know the repairs are done safely and right the first time.
  • There are no surprises during the repair process because Furmanite does a full risk assessment and provides a method statement before proceeding with any repair.
  • It’s fast and easy because there’s no need to degrease your tank roof plates.
  • Once the repair is done it becomes an integral part of the tank – not an afterthought.

Furmanite Has Successfully Sealed Tank Roofs Containing:

  • Crude oil
  • Gas oil
  • Leaded and unleaded gasoline
  • Diesel fuels
  • Styrene
  • White spirit
  • Ammonia
  • Benzene
  • Reformite
  • Coke and blast gas

Satisfied Tank Roof Repair Customers

  • Texaco
  • BP
  • TOTAL FINA ELF
  • Esso
  • Petroplus Tank Storage
  • Corus
  • Huntsman Petro Chemicals

Storage Tank Roof Repair

Tank Roof Repair – A Unique Solution For a Wide Range of Repair Problems

Breakdowns aren’t limited to just valves or pipes. They can occur almost anywhere throughout your plant, including on the roofs of your facility’s storage tanks. But just as a shutdown to repair a pipeline can negatively impact plant operations and productivity, so too can tank repairs. Fortunately, Furmanite has a unique and cost-effective repair solution that doesn’t require removing the tank, draining its contents or disrupting productivity.

Multiple Environments, One Solution

Known for engineering state-of-the-art solutions and compounds, Furmanite extends that expertise to addressing a wide range of tank roof repair situations. Suitable for almost all refinery products, Furmanite’s Tank Roof Repair Service is the most effective means for repairing floating and fixed tank roofs regardless of the application or the chemical or substance you need to contain.

Our repair technique combines a specifically-developed compound with positive mechanical strength. As a result, the sealing and repair of your tank roof is ensured even under the most demanding conditions, including corrosion defects and weld cracks on lap joints.


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