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Goodwin’s GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) tanks and vessels are widely used in various industries for storing and handling different types of fluids, including chemicals, water, and fuels. These tanks and vessels are manufactured the technology of Filament-wounded winding methods valued for their strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion.


Our manufacturing technic of Filament-wounded winding is a manufacturing process used to create high-strength composite materials. Continuous strands of glass fibre are passed through a resin bath where they are impregnated with a thermosetting resin. The impregnated fibres are wounded helical and hoop patterns can be controlled to meet specific strength and performance criteria types of GRP Tanks and Vessels.

  • Insulated Tanks

These are designed to maintain the temperature of the stored contents. Insulation materials like polyurethane foam or mineral wool are used to minimize heat transfer. They are crucial for applications where temperature control is necessary, such as in the storage of temperature-sensitive chemicals or liquids.

Our GRP tanks and vessels have diverse applications across various industries.

  • Chemical Industry:  Storage of corrosive chemicals, acids, and bases.

  • Water Treatment:  Storage of potable water, wastewater, and process water.

  • Oil and Gas:  Storage of crude oil, fuels, and lubricants.

  • Food and Beverage:  Storage of ingredients, beverages, and food-grade liquids.

  • Agriculture:  Storage of fertilizers, pesticides, and water for irrigation.

The manufacturing process, types, applications, and maintenance requirements of filament-wounded winding GRP tanks, industries can effectively utilize these versatile storage solutions.

  • Non-Insulated Tanks

These are standard tanks without any insulation. They are used in applications where temperature control is not critical.

  • Vertical Tanks

These tanks are designed to stand upright. They are space-efficient, making them suitable for locations with limited ground area. Vertical tanks are often used in industrial processes, water treatment plants, and for chemical storage.

  • Horizontal Tanks

These tanks lie on their side and are supported by saddles or cradles. They are typically used for transportation or in situations where vertical height is limited. Horizontal tanks are common in the oil and gas industry and for fuel storage.

Advantages of our Filament Wounded Winding GRP tanks.

  • Corrosion Resistance:  GRP tanks are highly resistant to chemical corrosion, making them ideal for storing aggressive chemicals and saline water.

  • Lightweight:  These tanks are lighter than metal tanks, reducing transportation and installation costs.

  • High Strength:  The filament winding process produces tanks with excellent mechanical strength and resistance to impact and pressure.

  • Durability:  GRP tanks have a long service life with minimal maintenance requirements.

  • Customization:  Tanks can be custom designed to meet specific size, shape, and performance requirements.

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