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Norwesco Liquid Storage Tanks

Each of the variety of storage tanks range from 12-20000 gallons, and to suit all customer needs, there is a wide array of available shapes and styles. Whether users need to store potable water, agricultural chemicals, fertilizers, plant foods, or any other common agricultural liquids, Norwesco has plenty to offer. 


Each tank is corrosion-resistant, lightweight, and has no seams or welds, which prevents leaking and rust. Take a look at the items available in Norwesco’s above-ground liquid storage tank catalog.

Applicator Tanks

All applicator tanks come with lids that thread snug into the fill-opening so that even when the tank is moved, there is no leaking or sloshing of the liquid therein.


Gallon Capacities: 20, 30, 55, 70, 85, 100, 110 (24” and 30”), 150 (30” and 32”), 150-Slim, 200 (32” and 38”), 200-Slim (24” and 31”), 300, 400, 500

Saddles Available for: All tank sizes EXCEPT 20 Gallon, 100 Gallon, 150-Slim Gallon, and 200-Slim Gallon.

Chemical Injection Tank Systems

These tank types are appropriate for oil and gas. The chemical injection tank system comes with a stand, leg tank, and containment basin which includes a pump mount, as well as 2” and 3” female threaded connections for additional necessary items.


Gallon Capacities: 95, 165, 300, or 380

Cone Bottom Tanks

There is a full range of cone bottom tanks available for a wide array of applications. The cone-shaped bottom of each tank enables quick, easy draining and is composed of high-density polyethylene. Both the tank and cone-shaped bottom are sturdy, built to be resistant to both impact and chemical contact.


Gallon Capacities: 125, 160, 175, 300, 310, 500, 550, 750, 1000, 1020, 1050, 1320, 1500, 1600, 1720, 2500, 3000, 4950, 5500, 6000, 7500, 10000

Cone Bottom Tank Stands

Norwesco offers both steel and polyethylene stands to pair with the cone bottom tanks. Each stand type is lightweight, maintenance-free, and capable of preventing corrosion at the bottom of the tank.


Supports are uniform to prevent any unevenness or tipping.


Polyethylene Stands Available for: 125, 175, 300, 310, 500, 550, 750, 1050, 1600, 2500, 3000


Steel Stands Available for: 160, 300, 500, 1000, 1020, 1320, 1500, 1720, 2500 (can include powder coated finish), 3000 (can include powder coated finish), 4950, 5500, 6000, 7500 (can include powder coated finish), 10000 (can include powder coated finish)

Containment Tanks and Basins

Containment basins and tanks come in a variety of sizes including:


  • 140 gallon basin-style
  • 250 gallon basin-style
  • 360 gallon basin-style
  • 500 gallon basin-style
  • 600 gallon basin-style
  • 1,300 gallon basin-style

Additionally, there is a 2,800 gallon “tank in a tank” option with a removable top dome and a 7,500 gallon open-top containment tank.


All containment basins and tanks are built with impact and corrosion resistance in mind, and as such, they’re molded as one seamless unit.

Drainable Leg Tanks

Drainable leg tanks are ideal when complete drainage is necessary. These tanks are designed for fertilizer and chemical nurse trailers, and their design makes it to where they’ve each got a full-length bottom support as well as added support bands. For full drainage capabilities and tank support in mind, the drain leg tank is a great choice.


Gallon Capacities: 710 (horizontal), 1010 (horizontal), 1310 (horizontal), 1315 (elliptical), 1610 (elliptical), 2010 (elliptical), 2610 (elliptical), 3210 (elliptical)

Drainable Leg Tank Bands

The drainable leg tank bands are galvanized or powder coated for protection against corrosion. Bands are available and required for each drainable leg tank size in order to ensure safety and shape integrity.

Elliptical Tanks

Elliptical tanks are designed to hold large liquid volumes while keeping a low center of gravity for increased stability during transportation. Elliptical tanks also allow complete drainage thanks to their 8” and 16” fill-openings. These tanks are built with visibility in mind, but designed to keep a low profile at the same time.


Gallon Capacities: 200, 300, 500, 750, 1000, 1600 (includes a poly baffle)

Elliptical Skids Available for: all sizes EXCEPT 1600

Elliptical Leg Tanks

Like the standard elliptical tank, the elliptical leg tank provides the highest capacity while keeping the lowest center of gravity. For this reason, it is the smartest design to use when transporting large liquid volumes. 


Each tank features molded-in legs to reduce sloshing and improve tank stability during transportation. Tanks require full-length bottom support and all but the 1,600 gallon and 3,180 gallon options also require support bands.


Additionally, the 2,650 gallon and 3,250 gallon options include an internal baffle system for added support and stability.


Gallon Capacities: 135, 235, 335, 535, 1035, 1235, 1335, 1635, 2035, 2635, 2650 (with baffles), 3135, 3250 (with baffles), 4035

Elliptical Tank Leg Bands

Elliptical tank leg bands are designed to maintain tank shape and integrity and are galvanized to protect against corrosion. They’re available and required for all tank sizes whether they’re kept in a stationary position or used for transport.

Flat Bottom Utility Tanks

Similar to the PCO tank, this flat bottom utility model can serve a variety of purposes. It’s relatively small and compact, which makes it perfect for loading into the bed of a pickup truck. Depending on the size chosen, the flat bottom utility tank can be used with or without support bands.


Gallon Capacities: 7, 16, 20, 26, 35, 45, 50, 52, 55, 68, 100, 110 (low profile), 150, 200, 200 (low profile), 300 (low profile), 500 (low profile)


Bands Available for: 50, 100, 150, 200

Freestanding Tanks

Freestanding tank designs have been built to serve residential and commercial applications. Because of their model sizes, they’re typically able to fit through conventionally-sized doorways to allow easy transportation.


Gallon Capacities: 100, 100 (boxed), 250, 300 (25” and 29”), 400, 400 (VR), 500, 600 (VR), 750, 1000

Horizontal Leg Tanks

Horizontal leg tanks have the broadest style available and come in a variety of sizes suited to fit almost any need. They’re ideal for liquid transportation and nursing applications, and these leg tanks feature legs that are molded into the tank itself for added support to prevent sloshing of the liquid being transported therein.


Gallon Capacities: 35, 55, 65, 125, 225, 325, 425, 525, 725, 925, 925 (w/sump), 1025, 1325, 1625, 1800 (w/sump), 3725, 5025, 6025 (w/baffles)

Horizontal Leg Tank Bands

Bands are available and required for each size in order to maintain tank shape and integrity. These horizontal leg tank bands are galvanized to protect against corrosion. Additionally, some tank sizes require both bands and supports for safety purposes.

Inductor Tanks

An inductor tank is suitable as a chemical mixing unit when used in conjunction with a larger tank that’s being filled for transport. These models feature a lid that’s threaded directly into the fill-well so that sloshing and leaking are not a problem during transportation.


Gallon Capacities: 15 (19” and 24”), 30, 35, 40 (w/ full drain), 60 (24” and 31”), 65 (w/ full drain), 80


Stands Available for: all sizes EXCEPT 80 Gallon

Loaf Tanks

Loaf tank types can suit an array of different needs being that the rectangular shape of the unit allows it to be loaded into the bed of pickup trucks, or it can be mounted onto equipment trailers to be used as a mobile supply of water (or other liquid). 


In addition to great transportation capabilities, loaf tanks are also ideal when serving a variety of stationary storage needs.


Gallon Capacities: 50 (20” and 27”), 100 (20” and 27”), 200 (36” and 40”), 300, 500, 1050

PCO Liquid Storage Tanks

The PCO liquid storage tank is ideal for nursery, lawn care, and other agricultural applications. They’ve got self-supporting legs and require no steel supports or saddles to prevent sloshing or tipping. Flat areas are molded into both ends of the tank to provide easy mounting areas for agitation equipment as well.


Gallon Capacities: 30, 50, 100, 150, 200, 300

Ribbed Capacities: 50, 100, 150, 200

Pickup Truck Tanks

As the name suggests, pickup truck tanks are designed to fit full-size pickup trucks, and they come in a variety of sizes to suit as many needs as possible. The 325 and 425 models are specifically designed with visibility in mind, so that drivers can still maintain safe rear visibility with the tank in place and there are fill openings on the side of the tank for safe, easy access. 


The 210 gallon model can fit into a mini pickup as well as a full-size pickup and depending on the way the tank is turned, the bottom can either be 39” or 48” for added versatility. 


Gallon Capacities: 210, 305, 325, 425

Specialty: Hauling Tanks

The flat bottom tanks are designed specifically for transportation and as such, they’re the most durable model when it comes to hauling liquid. Because flat bottoms are designed to provide strength and stability, they do not require the use of support bands, though they should be mounted on flat surfaces that are large enough to provide full-length and width support for the best result possible.


Gallon Capacities: 1600, 3180, 4200

Specialty: Spherical Tanks

Spherical tanks are specialized for trailer and nursing trailer use. By implementing a spherical tank, liquid sloshing can be reduced significantly and the tank shape itself is ideal for mixing products therein. The shorter wheel-base of this product allows prime stability and a low center of gravity during transportation.


Gallon Capacities: 525, 1000, 1100

Spot Sprayer Tanks

A sprayer unit comes with a threaded insert on the bottom of the tank which allows the tank to be mounted. Additionally, there are threaded inserts on the side of the unit for wand or gun placement and another on the top of the tank to house a 12-volt pump for maximum spraying capabilities.


Gallon Capacities: 14, 25

Total Drain Tanks

Several tank models and sizes allow complete drainage capabilities, so that users can make the most out of the product being stored, as well as reducing the risk of the unintended mixing of two different chemical mixtures.


Gallon Capacities: 5 square, 10 square, 12

Vertical Storage Tanks

Most often used for bulk storage or mobile nursing capabilities, vertical storage tanks feature tie-down slots, built-in graduated gallon measurement indicators and offset fill-openings. Additionally, the vertical storage models have self-vented and slosh-proof lids. They’re ideal for the storage of liquid that requires venting by reducing or eliminating the need to do so manually.


Gallon Capacities: 10, 20, 22, 25, 40, 45, 50, 65, 75, 100, 105, 120, 130, 150, 160, 165, 200, 210, 220, 225, 250, 300 (35” and 42”), 305, 310, 500, 550, 750, 850, 1000 (64” and 72”), 1050, 1100, 1100 G, 1250, 1295 G, 1500, 1505, 1550, 1550 G, 1700, 2000 (64” and 90”), 2100 (87” and 102”), 2200, 2500 (95”, 98”, and 102”), 3000 (95”, 98”, 102”), 3450, 3600, 4000, 4200, 4995, 5000 (102”, 119”, and 141”), 6000, 6100, 6500 (119” and 120”), 6502, 6600, 7750, 7800, 8400 (119” and 120”), 9000, 10000, 10500, 11000, 12000, 13000, 15000 (141” and 165”), 15000 (yellow fertilizer only), 15500, 20000, 20000 (yellow fertilizer only)

Water: Specialty Hauling Tanks

Water-specific tanks built to haul are ideal for use on the backs of trucks and trailers due to their low-profile design which improves rear visibility for transporters. In addition, the added ribs reduce sloshing of the liquid therein as well as providing significant structural support. 


Though these tank types are designed for transportation, they can also be utilized as a stationary water storage unit.


Gallon Capacities: 2400

Low Profile Water Tanks

Because height limitations often play a factor in water tank transportation, these units are an excellent choice for improving rear-view visibility, and thanks to their design, they’re the right height for storage under a cottage or home.

Gallon Capacities: 1250, 1275, 1500, 1600

Water: Vertical - Black/Green Tanks

Water-specific tanks are made using FDA-approved resins and meet specifications needed to ensure the safe storage of potable water. The dark green or black color prevents light penetration which can greatly inhibit or prevent the growth of water-borne organisms. In most water-specific tank models, the unit will carry the NSF approval.


Because these water-specific tanks are rated at 9.2 pounds per gallon, they are designed for water storage alone and should never be used to house chemicals, fertilizers, or any other liquid products. 


Gallon Capacities: 120, 165, 200, 220, 305, 500, 550, 600, 1000 (64” and 72”), 1075, 1100, 1350, 1525, 1550, 

Vertical Gallon Capacities: 2000, 2100, 2200, 2450, 2500 (93”, 95”, 98”, and 102”), 2550, 2950, 3000 (95”, 98” and 102”), 3450, 4995, 5000 (102”, 119”, and 141”), 5500, 6500, 6600, 7750, 10000, 11000, 12000, 15500



Remember, each Norwesco tank uses resins that meet FDA requirements to ensure that liquids are stored safely. Additionally, these tanks are NSF approved (where applicable) and because of Norwesco’s fair pricing and high tank quality, they’ve got the best reputation as North America’s leading tank company. 

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