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What is the maximum temperature that your tanks will withstand?

The maximum temperature rating for polyethylene is 140°F. XLPE, or Cross-linked Polyethylene, has a maximum temperature rating of 150°F. Polypropylene tanks will withstand up to 200°F. The PVC tanks have a maximum temperature rating of 140°F.

Title: What is the maximum temperature that your tanks will withstand?
Description: Temperature ratings of the various tanks that we offer.
Published: 1/21/2008
Last Edited: 1/17/2023
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