cone bottom plastic tank
This floating structure must be constructed of metal (except
for the perimeter sealing material) and must be sufficiently buoyant
to prevent it from sinking when half of the pontoons or floats
are punctured and flooded. Most fires in this design of tank burn
only at the seal area and are usually easily extinguished.
During the filling process, the flow of some liquids through a pipe can generate a static charge in the liquid, particularly at high velocities and if the flow involves two or more phases. The manner in which this liquid is added to the tank can cause turbulence and splashing, particularly if the fill pipe terminates well above the liquid surface. The free-falling liquid breaks up into fine droplets that become a charged mist. Where possible, it is considered good practice to extend the fill pipe to within 15 cm of the bottom of the tank to avoid splash filling.
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