Did you know that frac tanks have many industrial uses beyond fracking?
The most obvious use of a frac tank is for water storage and treatment at fracking sites, but the fact of the matter is that a frac tank’s usefulness goes beyond the fracking industry. In fact, there are actually many different uses for a frac tank, and renting or buying a high-quality tank from Well Water Solutions and Rentals, Inc. could be the right move for your business. Here are some of the many uses of frac tanks:
#1. Water Storage
A frac tank could be useful in any job that requires large amounts of water. Our highest capacity frac tank can hold 60,000 BBLs, but we have a wide range of sizes, starting with 10,000 BBLs. That’s enough water for a wide variety of uses, and can help to drastically cut down on your transportation costs since all of the water you need is already on-site. A frac tank could be useful in almost any industry that has large-scale water storage needs, like ranching, for instance. All of that cattle need a lot of water, and our tanks can help.
#2. Diesel Storage
Summer is almost here, and true to form, fuel prices are expected to start rising soon, and that includes diesel. Prices have been on the rise already. Compared to this time last year, diesel prices have gone up by 46 cents, and they’re only expected to keep rising. Why subject your budget to the rise and fall of diesel prices when you can cash in now and save? With a frac tank, you can store all of the diesel fuel you’ll need in one place. Not only will you be able to enjoy the cheaper prices, but you’ll also be able to save more by accepting a full load.
#3. Water Treatment
Any industry that utilizes large amounts of treated water could use a frac tank. The energy industry is the first thing most people think of when they think of water treatment, but many industries require it, including agriculture, mining, environmental and municipal. Not only can you use the frac tank for water storage during the treatment process, but you can also add chemicals directly into the water that needs to be treated. Alternatively, you could allow the residual oil to rise in the tank and pump the treated water from the bottom of the tank.
The uses of frac tanks go well beyond the fracking industry.
While frac tanks may have been designed to be useful on fracking sites primarily, the reality is that they are useful in almost every industry. However, it’s important to know that not all frac tanks are the same. And, whether you’re in Canada or the United States, there’s no better frac tank manufacturer than Well Water Solutions and Rentals, Inc. We offer a wide range of sizes, as well as a number of optional add-ons. We also offer both frac tanks for sale and for rent, so whatever your needs may be, we can meet them. Learn more about our frac tanks online now!