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Possible with Storagetech

Storagetech’s seal systems are designed to prevent product loss
and atmospheric contamination from storage tanks and shields.

Floating Roofs & Seals

Floating roofs and seals system are customized products. Therefore we will work with you together to find the best solution that meets your needs and your budget. Contact us by requesting a quote for the best solution with a proven service life of at least 25 years.

Storagetech™ Internal Floating Roofs

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Floating Roofs & Seals Models

Why to choose Storagetech Floating Roofs & Seals?

Internal Floating Roof floats directly on top of the product, they are known to leave no vapor space and eliminate the possibility of flammable atmosphere. Main factor to use floating roofs & seals is that to prevent possible damage due to vapor fluctuations Solar radiation is the main course of the evaporative loses in the floating roof tanks. The radiation striking the earth atmosphere brings about 1.5 KW per square meter, when measured normal to the sun rays. The radiation is partly reflected, scattered and partly absorbed by the atmosphere. Variable vapor space tanks are equipped with expandable Internal Floating Roofs to accommodate vapor volume fluctuations attributable to temperature and barometric pressure changes.

StorageTech brand is fully compatible with API 650 standards and provides various kinds of floating roof applications such as Full Contact Internal Floating Roofs, Pantoon Type Internal Floating Roofs and External Floating Roof equipment with safe and economical sealing systems to eliminate the evaporation losses. Our products have a proven service life of at least 25 years. We are the solution provider for most corrosive, volatile, and hazardous products. We have different type of products under this title such as Megafloat Block Panel Type, Wiper Seals, Mechanical Spring Type Internal Floating Roof Seals, Mechanical Seal for Internal & External Floating Roofs, Mechanical Pantograph & Scissor Type External Floating Roof Seals.

StorageTech Floating Roofs & Seals promise many advantages and benefits, and some of them are as follows:

  • Lower emission
  • complies with international regulations
  • environment friendly
  • safe
  • economic
  • long lifetime durability
  • static electric protection
  • perfect evaporation prevention
  • strong and rigid construction
  • minimum evaporation area
  • high corrosion resistance

Storagetech is at the forefront of innovation and excellence in the realm of floating roofs and seals! At our company, we pride ourselves on delivering top-notch solutions tailored to your needs, ensuring optimal performance and reliability.

Whether you’re in search of floating roof tanks, internal floating roof tanks, or external floating roof tanks, we’ve got you covered with unparalleled expertise and precision engineering. As the leading floating roof supplier in Dubai and across the UAE, we are committed to exceeding your expectations with our superior products and dedicated service.

Trust us to provide cutting-edge technology and seamless integration for your tank internal floating roof requirements. Join countless satisfied customers who have experienced the difference with our premium floating roof solutions.

Internal floating roofs and external floating roofs are two types of floating roofs that are used in storage tanks to reduce the evaporation of stored liquids and to protect the tank itself from the elements.

An internal floating roof is a type of floating roof that is designed to be placed inside the storage tank, directly above the stored liquid. It consists of a platform or pontoon that floats on the surface of the liquid and is supported by a series of columns or legs. The platform is usually made of aluminum or steel and is sealed to the walls of the tank to prevent the escape of vapors.

An external floating roof is a type of floating roof that is designed to be placed on top of the storage tank, outside of the stored liquid. It consists of a deck or platform that is supported by pontoons or other buoyant elements. The platform is sealed to the top of the tank to prevent the escape of vapors and is usually made of steel or aluminum.

The main difference between internal and external floating roofs is the location of the floating platform relative to the stored liquid. Internal floating roofs are placed inside the tank, while external floating roofs are placed on top of the tank. Both types of floating roofs are used to reduce the evaporation of stored liquids and to protect the tank from the elements, but they have different design considerations and may be better suited for different types of applications.

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