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Pressure Vessels


Waterford Tank and Fabrication brings years of experience to the tank building industry and can meet your Propane and NGL storage needs today. Every new and custom fabricated Waterford pressure vessel is manufactured to the highest quality standards and constructed in full accordance with the latest edition of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Code, section VIII, Division 1.

Propane Tanks provide fuel storage for a wide range of industrial, residential, commercial and agricultural applications.  Waterford Tank’s Propane/NGL storage tanks are available in standard sizes that range from 18,000 to 30,000 gallons with custom built options available upon request.


Waterford’s Propane/NGL tanks are manufactured by using carbon steel, and are available in lengths from 40 ft. to 66 ft., widths from 9 ft. to 11.5 ft. Waterford’s Propane/NGL tanks can handle operating pressures up to 250 PSI and temperatures up to 125°F. The Propane/NGL tank can be fitted with or without saddle bases.  Standard connections or custom connections are available.


Waterford Tank and Fabrication will customize your propane tank that delivers a product that supports your operation.  Building a long-term relationship is our goal.  Waterford Tank and Fabrication’s lead time are the most competitive in the industry. 


To learn more about Waterford’s Propane/NGL Tanks or our custom fabrication services please contact us directly regarding your next project.

Our manufacturing facility has achieved the following certifications:    ​


Propane/NGL Tank Dimensions

  • 18,000 gal - 9’1" OD X 40’ OAL

  • 30,000 gal - 9’1" OD X 65'2" OAL

  • 30,000 gal - 11’ OD X 40'4" OAL

  • We will build to your exact specifications!

New Propane/NGL tank features include:

  • Standard operating pressure and temperature: 250 PSI @ 125° F

  • Standard materials SA516-70

  • Optional low profile welded steel saddles

  • Standard nozzle configurations

  • Valves and fittings available

  • Manway

  • A variety of external coatings

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