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With Tank sizes ranging from 120-Gallon to 1000-Gallon, our refurbishing process would go as follows:

Everything begins at the Vac down station! 

Staff members hook the tank up to the pump in order to get any excess propane that may be in the tank when it gets into the yard!  

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Next the tank will be moved over into the blating room. 

Here is where the tanks are placed into our ShotKing Shot Blasters, where within ten minutes they are blasted completely down to the bare steel. 

This process removes all of the previous paint and rust that was on the tank in order to give us a fresh start for the new paint! 

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Next, the tanks make their way over to the paint booth! 

Here they receive a new coat of our two-part polyurethane paint. 

Some tanks, depending on the company they are going to, will also be coated in a primer for extra protection is more coastal areas. 

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After the paint dries, the tanks are transferred to the revalve room. 

Here, all valves and gauges are replaced and inspected. 

We use all REGO valves for this! 

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Once the tanks have been loaded up they are all ready for delivery! 

 As soon as the driver arrive safely at their destinations they are able to use the crane that is attached to the truck to safely unload the tanks. 

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Once the valves have been replaced, the tanks are then visually inspected, removed from the revalve room and ready to be loaded onto the truck. 

A truckload will always depend on the amount of tanks and the sizes the drivers are loading up! 

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