Cleaning Tanks for Hazardous Liquids
Rinse tanks and dip tanks are essential when it comes to cleaning and degreasing various parts and components. And depending on the size of the pieces you are dealing with or the volume, you can use larger, stationary rinse tanks or smaller portable dip tanks.
Rinse tanks are generously sized. This allows you to immerse large parts totally. Heavy-duty steel construction is seamlessly finished in a sturdy powder coat paint finish that offers superior durability as well as chemical resistance.
We offer various tanks from Justrite Manufacturing, including rinse tanks, parts wash tanks, dip tanks, and mixing tanks to meet all your needs.
Rinse tanks offer you hands-free opening through a foot-operated treadle. You also get an adjustable-rate pneumatic cylinder to prevent the cover from slamming shut whenever you release the treadle. Dip tanks are portable. This is why you can easily move them to accommodate varying production requirements.
Cleaning tanks come with manually operated covers. These covers stay open for convenient and easy access and have a fusible link, which on exposure to temperatures above 165° F, will quickly melt and cause the cover to slam shut if there is a fire.
Mixing tanks provide you with a safe and secure method for combining more than one chemical. They feature a fully removable lid that clamps securely shut with a gasket that seals tightly to prevent flammable vapors from escaping. You can padlock the lids for added security.
Wash Tanks are specifically designed to make cleaning small parts easier with the incorporation of a parts basket, where when finished with, is positioned at the top of the tank to allow solvent to drain away safely.
Frequently Asked Questions About Cleaning Tanks
What are the shipping options for cleaning tanks?
● In-Stock: Orders made before 12:00 PM EST ship same day via our carrier network. ● Non-Stock: Orders may have to meet a minimum order quantity set by manufacturers. Some items may require a minimum of 10 business days to be shipped directly to your address. ● Delivery Options: Choose from Dock-to-Dock, or Dock-to-Door with additional options that include, Tailgate Required, Appointment Required, or Inside Delivery Required. Rush Orders and Special Instructions will be charged as Extra Freight at our discretion. ● Tracking and Questions: Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about your order status. Always include your order number.
+ What is the price range for cleaning tanks?
Our wide selection of cleaning tanks means it’s not hard to find an affordable dip or rinse tank solution for your shop or job site. Get everything you need with a basic dip tank, or opt for a higher-priced, floor-mounted rinse tank with dual chambers, a foot-operated cover, and an adjustable-rate pneumatic cylinder that keeps the cover from immediately slamming shut after the treadle is released.
+ What is the difference between rinse tanks and dip tanks?
Dip tanks and rinse tanks both contain a liquids in which objects can be immersed or partially immersed for cleaning, degreasing, stripping, or other treatments. However, these liquid chemicals are often hazardous to personnel and the environment. Common liquids used include flammable solvent solutions, corrosives such as chromic acids, and dangerous toxins such as perchloroethylene. Dip tanks are compact and portable, suitable for small parts, tools, and subassemblies, and have manually operated covers that flip up for easy access, self-closing lids, and fusible links that melt at 165°F (74°C) and automatically drop covers in case of fire. Rinse tanks are built to accommodate larger objects and may be bench or floor mounted. Some rinse tanks come with foot-operated treadles, letting you open the lid even when both hands are full.
+ What sizes of cleaning tanks are available?
We offer dip and rinse tanks in both litre and gallon capacity sizes that range from 4 L to 83 L and 1 GAL to 22 GAL. These sizes accommodate a wide range of parts and assemblies, and are suitable for most projects. Larger rinse tanks come with drain plugs for easy solvent changes.