Materials Performance Supplements

TANK 2018

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www.ThorpePME.com FRP ASME Section X Pressure Vessel Specialists Thorpe Plant Services, Inc. is proud to present STRAND® fiberglass reinforced plastic tanks and products. The world's leading manu- facturer of custom FRP tanks and products with over 400,000sf of manufacturing space across the USA. Thorpe utilizes state-of-the-art engineering software, materials, equipment, and design principals, as well as indu s try leading QA/ QC procedures, to meet grow ing process and environmental demands from both public and private industrial clients for the most corrosive environments. Why FRP Tanks? • Major components shop fabricated • Economic benefits over field install alloy tanks • Safer to assemble than steel tanks • Les s maintenance • Good insulator on temperat ure and stat ic elect r icity Thorpe Service and Product Offerings • Turnkey FRP Specialists • Developer of oblat ion tec hnology (Patented 1978) • Dually acc redited • Cus tom des igns • Tanks, pres s ure ves s els, s c rubbers, piping, duct s and s t r uct ur al component s • Shop and field erected FRP vessels, piping, ducts and equipment • Full line of U.S. made FRP flanges, fittings and accessories • Manufactured with premium grade resins • Ring oblation up to 57' diameters for shipping • Shop controlled conditions • Top down construction, minimal elevated work • Hot work permits are not required • Minimize on site chemicals, virtually no VOC's • Corros ion res is tant throughout the FRP structure • Eas y to repair if damaged • Exterior paint not required – no "UV" derogation • Engineering and Design • M anufacture • Field erect/install • ASM E RTP- 1 • ASM E Section X, Clas s II • Less freight • Faster to erect/install, shorter turnaround • Reduced crane needs • Minimize field crew size and time on site

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