The Squibb Tank Difference

It's All In The Details:  A "Squibb" tank is constructed with an attention to detail that consistently delivers a superior product.

  • Quality Materials

    Squibb Tank Company uses reputable sources for acquiring material for all projects. We shop domestic first and are proud to be an American company.


  • Integrity

    Squibb Tank Company has endured since 1961 with a guiding principal that integrity and excellence are synonymous with a successful business operation. It’s not a slogan of something we do; it is at the core of who we are. No one wants to be involved with a business that is known to lie, cheat, or trick customers; nor would anyone chose to work at such a place. Squibb Tank Company has remained over the years because it is a fair and honest business that meets the storage needs of our customers. We have developed a loyal repeat customer base in addition to a seasoned team of tank building specialists that are ready to tackle the next project.

  • Experience

    Squibb Tank Company has been constructing Tanks for the oilfield and other industries since its founding in 1961. As a 3rd generation family-owned company we leverage strength from our decorated heritage of consistently providing high quality tank products to the marketplace.

  • Welding Practices / Submerged Arc

    Squibb Tank Company takes pride in its workmanship. Our process of tank construction includes both an exterior and an interior weld between the tank bottom and first wrap and each wrap seam. Furthermore, all the exterior seam welds utilize the submerged arc welding process (SAW) – Welds produced on a SAW are sound, uniform, ductile, corrosion resistant, and deep penetrating. This dual weld approach to tank construction allows for deeper penetrating welds and greatly reduces the potential for failure.

  • Flanged Bottom

    The construction of a Squibb Tank bottom includes a one and a half inch (nominal) flange. This enables for both an exterior and an interior weld between the tank bottom and first wrap of the tank. This dual weld allows for a deeper penetrating weld, a stronger base, and reduced potential of failure.

    Competitors often offer a "T-Joint" weld or a "Flat-Bottom" tank production process. This process is a singular exterior weld around the perimeter of the tank bottom. This practice leaves a ridge on the outside of the tank that invariably traps or cups water and moisture against the tank at its weld. Thus creating the potential for failure and drastically reducing the life of the tank.

  • Coned Top

    The construction of a Squibb tank top includes a process that "cones" the top surface to a pitch of nearly 7-10 degrees. This coned shape sheds both water and snow; effectively keeping the top free of resting water. Many tank failures in the field are due to resting water rusting the tops out of the tanks – greatly reducing the life of the tank. Additionally, the coned shape provides added strength and is more structurally sound when compared to a flat tank top.

Squibb Tank Company is the ideal source for atmospheric welded steel storage tanks. We specialize in horizontal & vertical cylindrical steel tank fabrication.

History

The Squibb Tank Company name has been synonymous with tank manufacturing since our founding (1961) nearly six decades ago.  True to founder Elmer H. Squibb’s vision, we are a family-owned company providing high-quality carbon steel storage tanks to the oilfield and other industries.  Squibb Tank Company manufactures vessels for the oilfield, above-ground fuel storage, sand & gravel, water distribution, and fertilizer industries.  Squibb Tank Company uses only quality materials and maintains high workmanship standards.  In efforts to reduce costs and be more environmentally responsible we recycle 95% of waste by weight.

Workmanship + Durability

We specialize in carbon steel tank manufacturing as storage solutions with a proven track record of quality workmanship, value, and product durability.  Our facility is based out of Salem, Illinois and we are big enough to handle any job you have while still being small enough to care about getting it done right – according to your specs, on time, and within your budget.  It has been our long-term goal to keep costs low and respond to changing market conditions.  This philosophy has ensured for three generations that our product is very competitive and that Squibb Tank Company will not only be there for your current project, but also for your future projects.

Recent Projects

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  • Thu, Apr 2, 2020 @ 08:19 AM
    10,000 Gallon Batch Tank

    10,000-GAL batach tank elevated on beam legs to allow for complete drainage.  Unit complete with ladder and top rail access

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  • Thu, Apr 2, 2020 @ 06:29 AM
    Stainless Steel Batch Storage Tanks

    Squibb Tank Company suppled custom T304 SS Batch Tanks to a client.  These tanks included air sparger, vortex breaker, & custom vent stacks.  Each were elevated on beam leags to allow for complete drainage and cleanout.

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  • Fri, Jan 4, 2019 @ 09:04 AM
    Elevated Storage Tank with Cone Bottom

    A monument cutting operation contracted Squibb Tank Company to replace a settling tank for their water conservation system.  The pictured elevated 60° cone bottom tank was fabricated to maximize the available space and increase the processing capacity of their facility.

    Tank Specifications:

    • Size:  13'4" OD x 25'0" OAH
    • Material:  1/4" HR mild Carbon Steel Plate with Exterior Polyurethane Coating
    • Open Top complete with weir channel & mixer bridge
    • Safety-Caged & Straight Ladders for maintenance access
    • 18" Transition Manway with 4" NPT discharge

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