Mud tanks (under fabrication)

A mud tank is an open-top container, typically made of steel, to store drilling fluid on a drilling rig.

They are also called mud tank mud pits, because they used to be nothing more than pits dug out of the earth.

40 ft x 8 ft x  8 ft mud tanks are the typical sizes.

Pipeline used are 6 inch sch 80 pipes.

The tanks are hydrotested, MPI and Load tested before dispatched.

Sunblasting is performed from inside and outside.

  • Unibody design reduces manufacturing time and weight
  • High tensile steel runners to improve life of skid
  • Exterior mounted stairs
  • Flip up level gage measuring zero to 32m^3. Optional digital level gauge as part of our site stability monitor package.
  • Built in line pipe rack doubles as a wall stiffener and rack
  • Fold up aluminum hand rails
  • Fibergrate top deck with optional anti-static guard.
  • Built in mini-degausser
  • Remote mount valve handles accessible from onto of the deck.