Friday, April 13, 2012

Grease Interceptor Deep Set!

Project challenge was to install an 8,000 gallon tank to a depth of 30' or 22' over the top. Crest Precast engineered the special cast tank to a depth that places it as the deepest tank ever placed in the USA. Each section was 56,000# and was placed by a 350 ton crane. Tank was tested at 7,000 psi and contains 3% Xypex water proofing.

Buyer Epic computer systems Verona WI.
Installer : Monona Plumbing and Fire Protection

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Crest Precast Concrete


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