Mineral Storage Tanks

TYPES OF MATERIALS STORED IN OUR MINERAL STORAGE TANKS

  • Cement
  • Lime
  • Limestone
  • Coal
  • Sand
  • Clay
  • Fly Ash
  • And many more

TC is an industry leader in Mineral Storage Tanks and aggregate products. For cement storage systems, we can provide you with the most cost-efficient approach for a complete storage and truck load out facility. For coal storage, we provide functional mass flow or expanded flow discharge systems to prevent material bridging inside the silo and provide reliable material flow. For sand storage, we provide complete rail unload, storage and truck load out facilities. For lime storage, we lead the industry in turnkey storage systems for limestone, lime, hydrated lime, pebble lime and quicklime applications. When you are looking for a mineral storage tanks and mineral storage tanks systems, you can’t beat the quality and service provided by TC.

Standard product offerings include:

  • Typical hopper slopes: 45°, 50°, 55°, 60°, 65°, 70° and custom slope in tanks up to 100,000 cubic feet
  • We provide custom design chisel hopper designs for coal and other materials to eliminate inherent bridging problems inside the silo and provide reliable material flow
  • TC specializes in functional mass flow for specific materials
  • Flat bottom storage available up to 2,000,000 cubic feet

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Sustainable, Affordable Lime Storage Tanks
Lime storage and handling depend greatly on the design and manufacturing of the tank you are using. We carefully design tanks using the latest technology and then build a tank that stands up to the industry standards. The success of your dry limestone storage depends a lot on the weight of the limestone needing storage. Our lime storage tanks are designed in such a way that they are easy to move and easy to install. We make sure that you are able to handle the limestone as effectively as possible, bad handling as a result of a difficult to use tank, can result in delays, which in turn can affect your productivity. What to consider when choosing a tank Limestone tanks are made to store heavy quantities but they are only effective and stable when they are installed in a certain way. There are two considerations to keep in mind before you select your lime storage tank. The first consideration is the foundation on which the tank will be placed. You need to make sure that the foundation is secure enough to support the tank and the contents. Generally, a geotechnical assessment will need to be done. The next thing to consider is the height of the tank. The taller the tank, the more the stability of the tank can be compromised. Sometimes it is best to invest in a horizontal tank. These tanks can hold a heavier load. Lime tanks are often used on industrial sites, and they are a wonderfully cost-effective solution for any company looking to save. The tanks are constructed using tough materials and sealed properly, to ensure that the tank contents won’t become contaminated. For more information about these tanks, or any one of our other products, contact us. We’ll help you find the right tank and we’ll give you great advice!