Balmoral Tanks has introduced a range of glass fused to steel (GFS) liquid storage tanks and hopes to support the 'green energy revolution'.
The Aberdeen, Scotland-based company manufactures storage tanks for the water, wastewater, anaerobic digestion (AD) and processing sectors. Its new tanks provide "a new level of excellence" in glass enamel coating technology, according to the company's managing director Allan Joyce, which will enhance the firm's capability to provide clients with the right product for every project.
Joyce said: "International markets require technology that allows their company to thrive while being mindful of the impact on the environment. Against this background, we have established ourselves as a global player in the design manufacture and installation of bulk liquid storage tanks to support the AD green energy revolution."
Balmoral Tanks has been delivering solutions to the wastewater sector in the UK for many years and it now exports to several markets that have established a renewable energy sector as part of their future infrastructure plans.
"Bulk liquid storage tanks used in the AD sector require well designed and engineered products," commented Joyce. "Exporting products around the world demands quality and performance levels of a standard that is built around a zero-defects philosophy.
"Achieving such performance levels takes investment, foresight and a willingness to believe in what your market research is telling you."