Our goal is to provide our customers with reliable and efficient service. By leveraging our national footprint, 24/7 availibility and our team of industry experts, we are on standby and ready to deliver the right equipment at the right time for your next planned project or emergency.
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Partnering with Adler Tank Rentals makes containment, storage, and transport for hazardous and non-hazardous liquids and solids economical and reliable. Adler carefully follows all state and federal legislature (DOT, OSHA, etc.) related to the storage and transportation of hazardous materials, as well as the EPA’s Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) regulation.
Our line of rental equipment includes frac tanks for storing water, oil, chemicals, and other liquids. We also offer a range of tanks used in multiple industrial applications. Our tanks come with a sloped or V-bottom for quick and easy drainage. Epoxy-coated tanks makes sure that the liquids are safe from rust and scale.
Specialty tanks, as their name implies, feature useful variations in the standard tanks and can be used in a wide variety of applications, including construction, environmental remediation, power plants, manufacturing facilities, refineries, and shipyards.
Our containers and boxes address versatile containment needs. Our collection of roll-off, dewatering and vacuum boxes are easily customizable with liners and tops. With our large inventory, we can meet any changing project demands swiftly with minimum downtime.
Accessorize your equipment and create a system suited to your unique specifications. Select from a range of add-ons such as filter liners, spill containment berms, various filtration solutions, tank manifolds, truck roll-off ramps, pumps, and more!
Though it’s mostly referred to as the Cowboy State, Wyoming’s official nickname is the Equality State because in 1869 it was the first state to pass a law permanently giving women the right to vote and hold office. Wyoming’s western half consists of ranges and rangelands of the Rocky Mountains, while the eastern half is prairie, referred to as the High Plains. It is famous for two parks of natural beauty, Grand Teton and Yellowstone.
Mineral and energy production lead its economy, with coal, natural gas, crude oil, uranium, methane, and trona (used in manufacturing glass, paper, soaps, baking soda, water softeners, and pharmaceuticals) among its main products. Five oil refineries dot the Wyoming landscape. Agricultural products include cattle, hay, sugar beets, wheat, barley, and sheep/wool.
From Directional Drilling And Crossings To Freshwater Withdrawal Points, We Have The Right Pipeline Tank Solution To Keep Your Project On Track From Start To Finish.
Oil, Fuel, Water, Wastewater, And More Can Be Safely Stored Using Our Frac Tanks In A Range Of Sizes And Configurations. For Temporary Surplus Crude Oil Storage Use Our Closed-Top Round-Bottom Frac Tanks With Dual Manifold.
We Can Provide Temporary Liquids And Solids Containment And Filtration Solutions During The Maintenance Of Hydrocracker Units For Wyoming’s Refining Industry.
When you choose Adler Tank Rentals, you aren't just a customer, you're our partner. We bring more than two decades of industry experience and expertise to every project and customer relationship.
I am extremely happy with the tanks for rent and overall experience Adler has as they are very professional and quick to respond to our needs. You can trust they will provide you with the best and the prices are very fair
By the time our customers realize they need a frac tank, it's ALWAYS an emergency. Adler comes through every time with a quick response, and usually delivers within 24 hours
See how Adler Tank Rentals sprang into action and met the challenge during an environmental incident in upstate New York.
Beginning in 2019, Adler Tank Rentals has been integral to ground and storm water management for a number of large, highly complex projects at Salt Lake City International Airport.
In July 2020, fire raged aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard for nearly five days at the Naval Base in San Diego. In addition to clouding San Diego with a haze of smoke, the waters of the harbor itself were in jeopardy of contamination — especially during the remediation and cleanup process.
See how a quick response and the right solutions prevented a disaster and how our containment tanks got the job done.
See how Adler Tank Rentals overcame obstacles to deliver wastewater containment solutions in just two days.
In the midst of the Coronavirus, Adler Tank Rentals was able to provide critical solutions for hand sanitizer storage.
Adler Tank Rentals used mini frac tanks to help a Bay Area beverage distributor dispose of hazardous waste during Covid-19.
What size tanks and containers does Adler Tank Rentals provide in Wyoming?+
Adler Tank Rentals has open-top frac tanks in 18,000 and 21,000 gallons and closed-top frac tanks in 21,000 and 8,400-gallon capacities. The gas buster tanks are available in 18,000-gallon capacities in Wyoming. Mixing tanks come in 7,070 and 18,270 gallons. Secure double-wall tanks are available in 7,048 and 16,380-gallon capacities. The roll-off containers in Wyoming are available in 20-yard, 25-yard, and 40-yard sizes. Dewatering and vacuum boxes come in 25-yard sizes.
Are tanks and other equipment available for sale in Wyoming?+
Adler Tank Rentals’ rental products, including tanks, boxes, and accessories, are available for rent only. If your project has a long-term requirement, we can negotiate a reasonable price for financial viability.
What are the most popular storage solutions from Adler Tank Rentals in Wyoming?+
The largest industry in Wyoming is oil and gas drilling and petroleum refining, which generated about $30 bn in 2022. This creates a need for open-top and closed-top frac tanks, dewatering and gas buster tanks, and a range of equipment such as berms, tank manifolds, and heavy-duty pumps. Agriculture also forms a major part of the Wyoming economy. The state produces barley, wheat, and sugar beets. The industry requires vertical steel tanks, poly tanks, and frac tanks to store water, fertilizer, and food grain.
What are the regulations for the on-site placement of tanks in Wyoming?+
The Wyoming department of environmental quality regulates the aboveground storage tank’s rules and licensing in the state. The storage tank program (STP) team is responsible for outreach training operators, owners, and installers of aboveground tanks. Read more about compliance and licensing in Wyoming that Adler Tank Rentals follows.
How much does it cost to rent a frac tank in Wyoming?+
Adler Tank Rentals provides a wide range of storage solutions and accessories for different industrial applications. The cost of tanks depends on their size, the material you store, the type of tank, and the duration and location of your site. Contact us to know the cost of a frac tank in Wyoming.
What is the capacity of a frac tank?+
You can get 8,400-gallon and 21,000-gallon closed-top frac tanks and 18,000-gallon open-top tanks in Wyoming. Double-wall tanks are available in 18,000-gallon sizes, and vacuum and dewatering boxes are available in 25-cubic yard capacities.
Which tanks are available with manifolds in Wyoming?+
Open-top and closed-top frac tanks, weir tanks, and gas buster tanks use manifolds, especially in the oil and gas industry. The heavy-duty carbon steel manifolds provide multiple discharge outlets, each of which can operate independently using a butterfly valve. Read more about the tank manifolds available in Wyoming.
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