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Important Tank Testing and Inspection Terms

All tanks, whether they contain water or hazardous chemicals, must be of sound quality to be safe. Knowledgeable inspection and testing services can provide general examinations to ensure tanks are viable. Here are some terms you might come across when looking for services:

  • Pressure Testing - An inspection method used for checking the functionality of septic tanks. This term may also refer to inspection of pressurized tanks.
  • Oil Tank Testing - A service where inspectors will study your oil or other fuel tank for possible leaks or damage. By eliminating these problems, you can avoid greater costs later. Your insurance company may require this service in order to insure the home. Inspectors can also search your property for the presence of old oil tanks, which can be an environmental hazard.
  • Oil Tank Removal - The removal of a defunct underground oil tank from your property. Old tanks can be a costly environmental harm if left in the ground.
  • Visual Cylinder Inspection - An inspection of an air tank for soundness, usually in reference to SCUBA tanks. The valve and tank are examined for scratches and corrosion. It is important that SCUBA tanks be inspected regularly to ensure there are no flaws that could endanger you on a dive.
  • Pressure Vessels - A storage tank that is highly pressurized, containing hydrogen or other gas. A broken or cracked tank can be hazardous and poses fire threats, so pressure tanks must be inspected and maintained.
  • Above Ground Tank Inspection - Inspection of any kind of storage tank for signs of structural problems. These can include potable water tanks, waste water tanks, fertilizer tanks and others.
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    Greeenspring Environmental
    205 Log House Way, Reisterstown, MD 21136
    We are your local experts when it comes to environmental testing of soil, analysis of soil, inspection of underground fuel systems, water removal, and indoor air testing.
    (443) 250-9183
    Old Dominion Environmental, Inc.
    840 N. Kent Street, Suite 6, Winchester, VA 22601
    We specialize in underground heating oil tank removal, oil tank abandonment, heating oil tank testing and 24-hour emergency spill clean up services in Virginia. Class A Virginia contractor #2705082192
    (571) 215-2400
    Commonwealth Waste Solutions
    4990 Sadler Pl #4491, Glen Allen, VA 23060
    Commonwealth Waste Solutions, LLC is dedicated to providing the highest quality customer service to Henrico County, Virginia and the surrounding areas. We pride ourselves on offering the most friendly
    (804) 781-4988
    Alexandria Seaport Foundation
    Alexandria, VA 22312
    (703) 566-3353
    Test A Tank
    205 Log House Way, Reisterstown, MD 21136
    (410) 833-8700
    Tankmasters Inc
    Cockeysville, MD 21030
    (410) 666-7379
    Eldreth Environmental Services
    654 Colora Rd, Colora, MD 21917
    (410) 658-7434
    Wimer Richard T Inc
    431 Springville Rd, Quarryville, PA 17566
    (717) 786-4758
    Geo Environmental Services
    Mechanicsville, VA 23116
    (804) 730-8220
    Gci Environmental Services
    1250 E King St, Lancaster, PA 17602
    (717) 295-9145
    Keystone Petroleum Equipment LTD
    981 W Trindle Rd, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
    (717) 697-1651
    Duffield Associates Inc
    5400 Limestone Rd, Wilmington, DE 19808
    (302) 239-6634


    Tank testing and inspection is imperative and necessary for all kinds of residential and commercial storage tanks. While some of these units are kept underground and contain septic materials, others are aboveground and contain oil or water. There are also massive fuel tanks used to hold petroleum and diesel products for commercial gas stations. These units must be inspected for various reasons. Experts usually handle this kind of work, because there are a number of issues and concerns that must be addressed that they can best answer. When it comes to underground tanks, repairs and replacement is often required. As you may know, there are large industrial units used underground to hold oil or petroleum products. These units require more than a simple visual review. They additionally call for certain diagnostic tests to be used. Experts use special equipment and tools in order to test the quality, strength, and condition of aboveground and underground storage tanks. While some of these are made from plastic, others are made from steel. Typically they need to be able to withstand certain pressures and weights. Sometimes the removal of a commercial or residential septic tank is necessary due to a leak or corrosion. A company is contacted to deal with this problem, and then a professional contractor is sent out. You may have tank testing and inspection professionals in your town or city. You can get in touch with them by phone in order to learn more about underground oil, gas and septic tanks. Often these experts can even give a price quote for their services over the phone.
     
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