Flexible Tank Welding


Flexible tanks are often used to contain a variety of liquids such as petroleum, drinking water, rainwater, sewage, chemicals or gases.

Compared to steel tanks, flexible tanks are comparatively light and portable, easy to store (can be folded) and require little effort to set up. They are robust and long lasting; ideal for use in demanding situations or those requiring a high degree of safety. This includes, for example, military purposes, or in the context of infrastructure, technical, sanitary or organizational emergencies, on construction sites, at harbors and more.

Biogas container welding

Biogas is gaining importance because it is a multipurpose and storable energy. In addition to electricity and heat generation, Biogas is becoming increasingly attractive as a fuel for motor vehicles.

Biogas production is a basis for an economically and ecologically attractive use or re-use of locally available resources. For example, biogas plants offer access to clean energy for cooking in places such as Africa, Asia and Latin America. Because biogas plants use wastewater and livestock manure, wood is no longer needed for cooking. This not only creates new sources of income, but has a positive effect on the environment and health.
Biogas and compost plants are also becoming increasingly popular in Europe, often built on a larger scale than competing alternatives, yet remaining compliant with high safety and environmental standards. Gas production is based on the same principle, however. The fermenters filled with grass, manure, food waste from the catering sector and fermentable grain material generate biogas during the fermentation process. These plastic containers are welded or sealed with adhesive tape using Leister welding machines and hand-held blowers. This means no gas can escape.