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Old 11-07-2010, 05:19 PM   #1
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repair of damaged tanks

The plastic that most holding tanks is made of is weld-able. By that I mean with the proper equipment it can be melted, and plastic added to repair cracks etc. just like the fittings are put into one when it's made. I know a guy in Utah that has the equipment and experience to do it. It could be a lot cheaper than replacement. If anyone is interested contact me and I'll give you the info.
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