Heatec tanks at an emulsion plant in North Carolina. Tanks on the left are emulsion tanks and are heated electrically.
Heatec emulsion tanks at an emulsion plant in Perry Georgia. They are heated by hot oil.
Emulsion tank at a HMA plant in Sims, North Carolina. It is heated electrically and is insulated. This tank is highly suitable for use by HMA contractors.
This is an emulsion plant in Atlanta, Georgia. Seven of the ivory colored tanks at this plant are emulsion tanks. They are uninsulated and heated by steam.
A 6,000 gallon emulsion tank at a county highway department facility in Gallatin, Tennessee. It has gravity-fed load out. The tank has four 1-KW electric blankets affixed to the bottom of the tank and has heating cables on its valves. Three inches of fiberglass insulation minimizes heat loss.
An electric emulsion tank for a contractor in Staunton, VA. It has 12 kW heating elements and a capacity of 10,000 gallons. It has a 90 gpm pump for incoming loads, recirculation and off-loading.