Uncoated steels are prone to contamination and corrosion. To combat this, we’ve pioneered the use of aluminized steel, which is sheet steel that’s been hot dip coated on both sides with an aluminum-silicon alloy. This innovative approach combines the corrosion-resistance of aluminum with the structural strength and lower cost of steel—for fuel tanks that are designed and manufactured to very low initial contamination levels.
Our aluminized fuel tanks are resistant to virtually all petroleum-based and synthetic fluids, while providing excellent protection from atmospheric corrosion. These tanks can be easily welded using resistance, MIG or TIG processes, and can be formed using normal methods—with no coating peeling or flaking. Additionally, this material offers an attractive satin finish that can be easily painted once the surface has been cleaned and prepped.
- MIG Welding
- TIG Welding
- Robotic Welding
- Electrical Resistance Welding
- CNC-controlled Milling Equipment
- CNC-controlled Forming Equipment
- CNC-controlled Welding Equipment
- Laser Cutting
- Stainless Steel
- Aluminized Steel