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Tanks Connected is a leader of custom engineered storage tanks, systems, solutions and services. Our products and services are recognized in the industry for setting a new benchmark of quality and field performance in intergrated storage systems.

Products

Bolted Storage Tanks

Flat Panel bolted tanks offer outstanding performance, reliability and ease of installation.


Geodesic Domes

You will be astonished how advanced Aluminium technology shows its strengths for the storage of liquids.


Internal Floating Roof

Aluminium Floating Roofs have been successfully protecting storage tanks and reduced evaporation for years.


Services

We have our own professional installation team.

Refurbishment and Maintenance

Our team is fully capable to install, refurbish and service our products and exciting products.

Service Market

Minerals & Mining, Water & Wastewater, Power Industry, Dry Bulk Storage, Food Product Storage, Crude Oil, Chemical & Petrochem, Manicipal Utilities.

News

Public consultations for IRP, IEP get under way as DoE attracts criticism over timelines, ...
Posted on Wednesday December 07, 2016

Planned nationwide public consultations got under way in Boksburg on Wednesday for the Department of Energy’s (DoE’s) long-awaited draft Integrated Energy Plan (IEP) and updated Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), drawing some industry criticism regarding timelines and an outdated pricing structure. Industry proponents, which individually unpacked their own contributions to bolster South Africa’s energy plans, seemed to agree that more time was needed to provide sufficient input for the energy development plans moving forward. They also put forward that a realistic demand forecast was required and that the IRP draft’s levelised cost of electricity (LCOE) needed to be based on current trends.

Gas technology group makes case for flexibility as South Africa mulls power road map
Posted on Wednesday December 07, 2016

Leading gas-engine technology provider Wärtsilä has started making the case for greater flexibility within South Africa's evolving electricity supply industry, as well as within the gas-to-power subsector itself, as the country seeks comment on its future electricity road map. The Finnish group, which has completed a detailed modelling exercise of the domestic power system, goes so far as to argue that flexibility should be prioritised over project-level cost optimisation, as flexible gas solutions improve system reliability and enable greater levels of renewable energy to be introduced to the grid.

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