ASME Pressure Vessels and Water Storage Tanks - page 33

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Vertical Tank Design Features
Diameter
Shell
Height
Tank
Anchoring
System
OSHA Design Ladder
with Safety Cage
(required above 20')
Optional
Hinged Lid
Normal Vent
Emergency Vent
External Ladder
Optional
Fittings as
Required
Optional
Clean-out
Manway
Internal Ladder
Tank
Anchoring
System
Contractor Suppllied
Support Pad
Optional External
Access Ladder and
Step-off Platform
with Railing
Volume
Dimensions
Gallons
Diameter
Height
185
3'-2"
3'-4"
240
3'-2"
4'-0"
300
3'-2"
5'-0"
500
4'-6"
5'-5"
1,000
4'-0"
10'-9"
1,000
5'-4"
6'-0"
1,500
5'-4"
9'-0"
2,000
5'-4"
12'-0"
3,000
8'-0"
8'-0"
4,000
8'-0"
10'-6"
5,000
8'-0"
13'-4"
6,000
8'-0"
16'-8"
8,000
10'-0"
14'-0"
10,000
10'-0"
17'-0"
12,000
10'-0"
20'-6"
15,000
10'-0"
25'-6"
20,000
10'-0"
34'-0"
20,000
10'-6"
31'-0"
25,000
12'-0"
29'-8"
30,000
12'-0"
35'-6"
30,000
12'-6"
42'-9"
40,000
12'-0"
47'-6"
40,000
12'-6"
43'-8"
40,000
13'-0"
40'-4"
50,000
13'-0"
50'-6"
57,500
14'-0"
50'-0"
Vertical Tank Bottoms
Flat - the most commonly used tanks
in the industry; requires a flat surface
to give full support.
Dish with Ring Base or Angle Legs -
offers near complete drainage; used
when head pressure is required at the
output.
Cone with Ring Base or Angle Legs -
offers complete drainage.
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