Cone bottom tanks provide the ultimate solution for applications that require complete drainage and are a necessity for efficient processing of some liquids. Using a cone bottom tank for some applications can save money and time when compared to a flat bottom tank.

Storage challenges solved

  • Fully drainable storage tank due to unique cone base
  • Assists in removing bacteria growth—no build up inside the tank
  • Resistant to most chemicals, oils and acids
  • Weather and UV resistant—25 year design life
  • Easy access for cleaning and dispensing
  • Certified to food-grade standards

Polymaster’s cone bottom tanks provide a unique solution as they have a steep 50 cone. This cone angle ensures maximum performance, with even the most viscous liquids not building up inside the tank. The angle of the cone has also been tested and proven as most effective for solids settling and solids separation applications.

Ideal for applications that require;

  • Storing and dispensing wet or dry ingredients
  • Processing thick liquids
  • Sludge clarification and solids separation

Constructed using premium tank grade PE material, these tanks sit inside an engineered heavy-duty DuraGal frame for maximum support and longevity. Frames can be modified in material type and design to suit any application.

These tanks can be manufactured to suit liquids with a specific gravity of up to two.

Included is a hinged lid for easy access, a self-supporting roof with no internal fixtures or supports, and fork channels to safely and efficiently move the tank around your site. Also, tanks can be modified with any number of welded fittings and pipework.

4 reasons why you should choose a Polymaster solution?

  • Certification: Polymaster cone bottom tanks are tested and certified to PE standard AS/NZS 4766 they are Australian made with BPA free, food-grade polyethylene and certified to
  • AS/NZS4020. They also meet the requirements of AS2070-1999 for food contact applications.
  • Cost Outlay: On average polyethylene, tanks cost 80 per cent less than comparable steel tanks.
  • Movability: Polyethylene tanks are lighter and easier to move.
  • Range: 600 to 12,500L and ideal for wineries, breweries, rural producers, food and beverage manufacturers.

This partner content was brought to you by Polymaster. For more information visit or call 1300 062 064 and speak to a Polymaster expert

Charlotte Pordage is Editor of Utility magazine, a position she has held since November 2018. She joined the team as an Associate Editor in October 2017, after sharpening her writing and editing skills across a range of print and digital publications. Charlotte graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London, in 2011 with joint honours in English and Latin. When she's not putting together Australia's only dedicated utility magazine, she can usually be found riding her horse or curled up with a good book.

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