Tank roofs offers many technological solutions. Each roofed tank must first be assessed for load bearing capacity. If required, the GLS or steel roof can be walked by the use of reasonable security.
Gastight roofs must be secured against unauthorized underpressure and overpressure by safety (preferably liquid) fuses.
STEEL SELF-EQUIPPED OR CONTAINED TRAPEZODIAL PLATES OR SEND-UP PANELS
Lightweight roof for tanks where gas tightness is not required. It consists of shaped sectional galvanized sheets which are laid on a load carrying structure, which is either self-supporting or supported by columns from the bottom of the tank. It also includes inspection roof hatches.
PVC CONICAL SHAPE ROOF
The roof is made of a tarpaulin (a fabric covered with plastic. The roof can have an integrated biogas membrane.
The roof can have an integrated biogas membrane
Glass-fused to steel roof is a standard design for tanks up to 19.71 m in size.
SELF-SUPPORTING GLS ROOF WITH 18 ° INCLINATION
The roof is composed of enamelled sheets as well as the shell of the tank.
GLS ROOF SUPPORTED BY CENTRAL COLUMNS
MEMBRANE GLS BOLTED ROOF
Roof without any internal reinforcement and is designed for non-pressure storage tanks.
For larger diameters (from 6,8 m), the plates are reinforced with middle rings or longitudinal and transverse rays.