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Tanks for Sale (8)

United Rentals carries a diverse range of tanks for sale that can accommodate a variety of applications, from agricultural irrigation and construction site water management to industrial chemical storage. Each tank in our inventory has been rigorously tested and maintained to ensure maximum durability and performance.

For our full list of tanks, view the items below. For more information about tanks, visit our resource section.


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FAQs About Tanks

United Rentals has reliable, durable used tanks for sale for your fluid storage and transport needs. Our steel tanks are ideal for a variety of applications, including construction site runoff, refinery applications, wastewater storage and treatment processes and environmental remediation. We have a wide selection of tanks to choose from, so you can find the perfect one for your needs. With our tanks, you can rest assured that your fluids will be stored and transported safely and securely. Our team of experts will help you select the right tank for your needs and provide installation and maintenance support when needed — request information to learn more about our industrial tanks for sale.

Learn more about our tanks in our FAQ section below.

How many gallons can a frac tank hold?

A frac tank can typically hold between 500 and 1,500 gallons. Frac tanks are used for the temporary storage of water and chemical fluid during hydraulic fracturing.

How many types of storage tanks are there?

There are three types of tanks: steel, fiberglass and polyethylene. A steel tank is typically the most durable option, ideal for harsh environments. Fiberglass tanks are less expensive than steel tanks, but they are not as resilient. Polyethylene tanks are another excellent choice because they are lightweight, which makes them easy to transport and assemble on site.

Why do some tanks have a secondary containment system?

Tanks may come with the option of a secondary containment system as part of its design. A secondary containment system collects spills that may occur during transportation or storage, reducing the environmental impact and protecting our tanks from leaks and damage.