Tarsco Bolted Tank has completed two dry bolted silos at a project located in Pocatello, ID.
As of October 1, 2016, Total Plate has achieved 0 recordable injuries since beginning it’s operation exactly one year ago. Please join us as we congratulate the team members at Total Plate, keep up the good work!
Tarsco Bolted Tank recently completed a job in Yopal, Colombia. The project consisted of constructing four 135,000 gallon municipal water tanks.
GOODMAN, MO Tarsco Bolted Tank, a TF Warren Company is proud to announce the utilization of the most advanced coatings application system in the bolted tank industry. The state-of-the-art equipment and process improvements became operational on October 20, 2016.
The new enhanced coating application process makes Tarsco Bolted Tank the world leader in factory-applied, coated bolted tanks. The multi-million-dollar system improves overall durability, corrosion resistance and finish thicknesses and has the flexibility to apply both powder and liquid coating systems.
According to Terry Warren, CEO of the Company, “The TF Warren Group of companies brings over 45 years of coatings experience to the bolted tank industry. Our greatest strength is our coatings knowledge and we recognize that the process and equipment is as important as the coatings.”
The investment was made to improve the complete manufacturing process including paint finish, formulations, application equipment as well as reducing our overall environmental impact. The 30,000 square foot building underwent expansion, upgrades and renovations to accommodate the new equipment and process.
The TF Warren Group is a leader in the industries that they serve, with approximately 1,000 employees and 19 locations. The business was started over 45 years ago and has since expanded to the Eastern and Western Hemispheres. The TF Warren Group thrives in competitive environments where safety, quality, innovation and personal service are considered the most important attributes.
Tarsco Bolted Tank, a TF Warren Company is proud to announce the utilization of the most advanced coatings application system in the bolted tank industry. The state-of-the-art equipment and process improvements became operational October 2016. The new and enhanced coatings application process makes Tarsco Bolted Tank the world leader in factory-applied, coated bolted tanks. The multi-million dollar, high-quality liquid and powder coatings system improves sheet coverage, overall durability, corrosion resistance and mill thickness.
Brant Corrosion Control is completing an order of 12 rubber lined filters for an end-user in Saudi Arabia. The scope of work included an application of semi-hard natural rubber lining to all interior surfaces and coating of the exterior with an inorganic zinc-rich ethyl silicate and high-build polyamide epoxy.
Premium Plate has provided pie shaped roof plates that were burned and rolled for the dome roof of a 60' diameter water tank. Premium Plate is processing all of the material for two complete tanks for a total of 204 tons. The job is located in Brandywine, MD.
Blastco is applying cementitious fireproofing to the legs and coatings applications to two spheres on a project in Atlanta, GA.
Tarsco is exhibiting at API's Tanks, Valves and Piping Conference and Expo being held at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas, NV October 11-13, 2016.
Tarsco contributes to 1.5 Million man-hours without a lost time Injury in the last month at their job in Rock Springs, WY. “I want to thank everybody that contributed to this mile stone and their safe work practice.” Ruben Verduzco, Safety Supervisor at the TF Warren Group. Great job Tarsco!
The Premium Plate project located in Kershaw, SC at the Halie Goldmine. Premium Plate supplied the material, it was blasted and primed through Blastech for the coating and white macropoxy was applied. We then processed the material at Total Plate. The processing included burning to size, beveling and rolling.
Brant Corrosion Control is working on coating stainless steel, fresh resin tanks with carbon steel legs and supports. They are part of another in-house job for multiple spherical tanks destined for Duke Energy’s new combined-cycle natural gas plant in Citrus County, Florida. Our scope of work is to blast the exterior and coat only the carbon steel legs and supports, using a zinc-rich epoxy primer and polyurethane topcoat.