In 2019 JML was awarded a pilot project, Construction of Hydrogen Generation Plant, from Chiyoda, Japan. One of the key components were EPC for Fire Water Tank BND-T52 with a storage capacity of 1150m3. As per the RFQ datasheet, the tank should be designed and constructed using welded steel with an estimated weight of 51 tons and a construction duration of 3-4 months.
With the collective efforts of our engineers and out of box thinking, JML designed and proposed Glass Fused Steel (GFS) storage tank with bolted construction in place of a welded steel storage tank. Through this new approach, the weight of the tank has been reduced to 25 tons and constructed in less than a month. In the end, client is happy as JML saved cost and time.
- GFS tank costs only around 40% of the conventional tanks due to less weight and construction cost
- Manufacturers are giving 10 years warranty on the GFS coating which is highly resistance for corrosion, erosion, etc
- Easy to maintain and repair as an individual panel or section can be removed and replaced
- Minimal usage of scaffolding and crane which will reduce risk factors during construction