45ft Frac Tank

SCF’s 45 Foot Frac tank is a true 500 barrel tank scaling up to a million litres using 12 tanks. Rated to carry a Specific Gravity of 1.5 in a double stack configuration for heavy drilling mud solutions.

Key Features

  • 500mm side access for cleaning and OHS
  • 2 x 500mm hatches in roof
  • Sump allows full evacuation
  • Full manifold allows unit connectivity for larger projects
  • 500BBL capacity

Product Details

The 45ft Frac Tank is part of the range of SCF on-site storage solutions used throughout the oil and gas industry. The design allows for the scalability of storage volume dependant upon the size of the project.

The skid mounted configuration allows for cost effective mobilisation between projects regardless of distance by taking advantage of the cost-effective nature of rail transport. This is achieved through the R Plate certification that SCF maintains for our fleet of Skidded Frac Tanks.

Its design also allows for rapid deployment in almost any location.

Options

  • Brine and mud mixing

  • Jet mixers fitted

  • Mounting points for agitators

  • Double stackable in a loaded configuration

  • Various linings available

Specifications

Specifications may vary. The below external dimensions assume the gantry is not in the raised position.

Volume
Litres 77,000
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External
Length (mm) 13,716
Width (mm) 2,500
Height (mm) 2,896
Weight
Tare (kg) 10,500
Payload (kg) 76,000
MGW (kg) 86,500

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Hiab Crane

Hiab cranes lift containers from a mechanism located behind the truck's cabin. This is used for smaller shipping containers, usually up to 20 foot, or when there is limited space for a side loader or tilt tray. Using a crane means the container is easily positioned at an angle or up on a raised area. It can also be used to place containers over a fence or other obstacles.

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