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Plastic Reservoir

Plastic Reservoir

It is imperative to ensure reliable production capabilities that can last long hours. Isohitech provides reservoir solutions ideal for integrating with industrial equipment, offering intensive oil recirculation and exacting lube oil supply for all types of systems. By using our reservoirs, users can maximize their lubrication cycle and enjoy outstanding results in the process.

  • Material: PP
  • 1kg,2kg,3kg,4kg
  • No MOQ Requirement

With filter reservoirs, not only do maintenance personnel notice minimal leaks, but the system is also free from cross-contamination.

The use of oil collection and filtering solutions that are optimized for high-intensity production and recirculating oil lubrication reduces operating costs significantly.

A self-contained system is working with a valve and meter unit that benefits from reservoir lubrication.

The tank is made from high-quality polypropylene and it has excellent chemical compatibility.It has a very low profile design that makes it perfect for tight applications in the factory or laboratory.The tanks come with several accessories, such as level indicators, relief valves, strainers and other components to meet demanding requirements.In addition to providing an effective solution for lubricant storage and dispensing needs, these plastic reservoirs are also designed with safety features like over-fill protection and anti-static grounding straps. With their robust construction, these tanks are able to withstand the toughest conditions while still protecting your lubrication system from leaks or spills. Moreover, they can be used in areas where operating temperatures range from -40°F (-40°C) up to 230°F (110°C). These plastic reservoir tanks have proven themselves time after time by providing superior performance at a reasonable cost compared to steel or aluminum alternatives.

What is plastic reservoir?

A plastic reservoir is a container or tank made from plastic materials that is commonly used to hold, store, or transport various types of fluids, including water, chemicals, fuel, and other liquids. These reservoirs can be found in many applications, such as automotive, industrial, agricultural, and household. Plastic reservoirs provide several benefits over other types of containers, including low cost, lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and easy to clean. They are also highly customizable and can be designed to meet specific requirements and standards.

What are the disadvantages of plastic tanks?

While plastic reservoirs have many benefits, there are some potential disadvantages to consider. Here are a few examples:

1. Susceptibility to UV damage: Some types of plastic can become brittle and break down when exposed to UV light, leading to cracks or leaks in the reservoir.

2. Limited temperature range: Plastic reservoirs may not be suitable for use in extreme temperatures, as they can warp or deform when exposed to high heat or extreme cold.

3. Vulnerable to some chemicals: Certain chemicals can cause plastic to degrade or weaken, resulting in leaks or other issues.

4. Not as durable as metal tanks: While plastic is lightweight and easy to work with, it is generally not as strong or rugged as metal tanks. In some cases, plastic reservoirs may need to be replaced more frequently than metal or other materials.

The suitability of plastic reservoirs depends on the specific application and environment in which they will be used. It’s important to carefully consider the pros and cons before selecting a tank for your needs.

What is the life of a plastic tank?

The life of a plastic tank can vary widely depending on a number of factors, including the type of plastic, the intended use, and the conditions under which it’s used. With proper care and maintenance, many plastic tanks can last for decades. That being said, there are some general guidelines to keep in mind:

1. UV exposure: One of the primary factors that can affect the lifespan of a plastic tank is exposure to UV light. If the tank is exposed to sunlight for extended periods of time, it can become brittle and prone to cracking or leaking. To prevent this, it’s important to choose a tank made from UV-resistant plastic, or to protect the tank with a UV-resistant cover.

2. Chemical exposure: Some chemicals can cause plastic to degrade or weaken over time. If the tank is used to store chemicals, it’s important to select a plastic material that can withstand the chemicals it will be exposed to.

3. Maintenance: Proper maintenance, including regular cleaning and inspection, can help extend the life of a plastic tank. This can help identify any issues before they become more serious and can also prevent buildup of dirt and debris that can damage the tank.

The lifespan of a plastic tank depends on a variety of factors, and it’s difficult to give a definitive answer. However, with proper material selection and maintenance, many plastic tanks can provide reliable service for years or even decades.

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