Steel tanks for the World - Made in the USA



Steel Core Tank is a premier global manufacture of Corrugated Bolted Steel Tanks. Supplying quality tanks around the world, our experience in the Fire Protection, Potable Water, Wastewater, Rainwater, Stormwater, Mining & Fracking as well as Agriculture is un-matched. Our quality standards are always higher than the industry expects, which makes Steel Core Tanks the perfect partner for any and all of your upcoming tank projects.


Dipped Panels
  • G-115 Hot Dipped panels
  • G-140 Available for harsher locations
  • Powder Coating Options Available- Any Color
  • Bolted Tanks are Bolted (Not Riveted)
  • Up to 140 Foot Diameter
Tank Capacity above 650,000 gallons
  • Dual Liner System
  • Water Never Touches the Steel
  • Engineering Included in all Quotes
  • Capacity above 650,000 gallons
Meets or Exceeds NSF-61, NFPA-22, ACE#7 & AWWA and seismic Requirements for California and others
  • Meets or Exceeds IBC, NSF-61, NFPA, ASCE7 Requirements.
  • Meets High Seismic and High Wind Requirements up to Risk Cat IV and 180 MPH Winds
Roof Styles
  • Roof Styles available: Flat, 10 Degree and 30 Degree
  • Self Anchored tanks are available
  • Installed on Gravel or Concrete
Shop Built Tanks
  • Shop Built Tanks – Ready to Ship
  • Up to 4,999 Gallons
  • 6’D & 9’D Tank Models Available

We are not only one of the largest and most experienced tank manufactures in the country, we also offer the largest variety of liners in the industry. We sell through a worldwide dedicated dealer network that is well training and represent our uncompromising commitment to quality at each and every stage of the order design and installation process. We can also custom powder coat your tank to most any color on the Pantone scale. With a quick turn on quote requests we will have your requested information back to you in no-time. Browse or large inventory of styles and types.

Fire Protection Tanks


Steel Core has a depth of experience fabricating and installing fire protection tanks across the nation.

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Portable Water


A secure and safe source of drinking water is paramount for the safety of any community or individual.

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Waste Water


A wide variety of industry are engaged in processes that generate wastewater and organic compounds.

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Rain and storm water


Rainwater and storm water capture and retention has been making incredible bounds across the nation and indeed the globe.

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Mining and Fracking


Steel Core understands that methodologies utilized in mining and fracking need to be as low-impact.

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Steel Core provides secure and reliable sources of agricultural water for farms throughout the nation for both crops and livestock.

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Shipping & Packing

Packing & Shipping

Coded RingsEach complete ring secured with a bolt - Color coded rings for ease of installation

Remember, at Steel Core we began as installers, so we know what it is like out in the field and the pressure you can be under on a job site. That is why we take great care and pride in the way we prepare and pack our shipments to you.

When building a Steel Core Corrugated Bolted Steel Tank each complete circle of “panels” is referred to as a “ring”. Physics dictates that the bottom “ring” or “rings” of each tank be of a thickness that is suitable for the pressure exerted by the liquid at the bottom of the tank, the bottom being the area of highest pressure.

For example the first two “rings” of a tank might be composed of “panels” with a thickness of 10 gauge. The next two “rings” will be composed of “panels” with a thickness of 12 gauge. The final ring being composed of panels with a thickness of 14 gauge. The thickness of the bottom ring being greater than the thickness of the top ring.

This could be confusing to an installer since the difference in thicknesses is not immediately discernable to the untrained eye. For this reason when we palletize our tanks complete “rings” are bundled together and secured with a bolt - then “color coded” to denote the thickness of the panels.

By utilizing this method we allow the installer to see at a glance what kind of thickness, and indeed which “ring” they are looking at by referring to the color on the edge of the steel. And indeed, what “ring” to begin installing first.

Roof panels are uniform so there are no issues other than following the specific tank installation diagram and ensuring that the panel with the manway or other ingress -egress is at the desired location, as well as the panel over the ladder being in the correct location.

Grouped Items
Each item and/or groups of items is individually labeled

Hand Packed
Each box is hand packed , numbered, photographed, & documented

Pallet Assembly
Each pallet is arranged like with like in assembly process

Steel Core once more raises the bar, and this time it is with our packing. All boxes that accompany each Steel Core Tank shipment are hand-packed, photo-documented and numerically sequenced down to each bag of bolts. So, for instance you are on a job site and you cannot find a particular item, you can contact us and we can tell you which box it is in. Not only can we tell you what box it is in, but we can tell you where it is at even if in layered inside a box

When it comes to how we pack your tank ours is the "gold standard". You would be hard pressed to find this kind of attention to detail in any industry, let alone the tank industry, but remember... we began as installers. Our years in the field building tanks has given us a peerless sense of way in which a tank should be packaged and shipped.