We manufacture and Supply Melting and Heating Tank in different capacities. This heating tank is used in engineering and construction industries. Offered heating tank is manufactured by raw material in adherence with industry norms. Also, the offered heating tank is available from us in several specifications as per the need of customers.
Manufactured from high specification Duplex 2205 Stainless Steel, our Arumand range is designed to resist all forms of corrosion, including crevice and stress corrosion. Its high mechanical strength promises durability, while automated welding procedures, post weld pickling and passivating treatment guarantee each individual weld is as strong as its parent metal. Our Arumand Stainless Stainless Steel Heating Tanks Suppliers are pressure tested to a full 12 bar – four times their normal working pressure – and injected with 50mm of our HCFC free Polyurethane insulation to achieve astonishingly low levels of heat loss, which maximises energy efficiency for your customers.
Arumand Stainless Steel Heating Tanks Manufacturers provide a reliable and cost-effective solution to the domestic hot water heating and storage requirements of commercial & domestic premises, particularly hotels and apartments. These tanks are high quality, long service life stainless steel vessels for projects that have large volume heating/ domestic hot water/solar HVAC water systems.
Available with single or twin coils, fully insulated and Watermark approved, Arumand Stainless Steel Hot Water Tanks provide quick recovery and are suited to high demand usage. Key supply advantages include large stock holdings in a range of sizes, including compact units designed to fit through standard doorways.
Arumand Steel Direct we stock a variety of oil storage tanks. The majority of our tanks are designed to store kerosene Stainless Steel Heating Tanks however some can be used to store diesel fuel. None of the tanks we sell are designed to store LPG. Some people choose to store rainwater in their tanks, however for environmental reasons this should never be done if the tank has contained oil previously.