Frac Tank Coatings Applications Anchorage Alaska
Oil Well Frac Tank Coatings
Frac Tanks are used to store heated water for injection into an oil well along with a sand or synthetic material which, under extreme pressure and volume, fractures the strata allowing the oil and gas to flow more easily to enable pumping to the surface. These tanks are commonly made of single wall steel and hold 500 barrels of water or about 21,000 gallons of water.

The tanks are transported empty, moved in place in a row next to the drilling rig and are heated by a mobile boiler fired with LP Gas. Frac Tank after coating and insulating

The cost of heating and reheating the tanks is immense.

Initial modeling estimated a significant potential savings:

Downloadable Documents
HEATLOK FRAC FOAM Brochure
HEATLOK FRAC FOAM Case Study