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Can your tanks be used outdoors in cold temperatures?

The PVC and Polypropylene tanks should not be used or stored at temperatures below freezing. Below freezing, these materials become brittle and have the potential to crack. Polyethylene tanks can withstand cold temperatures without becoming brittle; however, if the chemicals in the tank are allowed to freeze, the expansion can crack the tank.

Title: Can your tanks be used outdoors in cold temperatures?
Description: Infortmation how our PP, PVC and PE tanks hold up in low tempertures.
Published: 11/16/2007
Last Edited: 1/17/2023
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