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Storage tanks

Floating oil storage tanks

Markleen Unibag® floating tanks are a versatile solution to the problem of transporting oil recovered from the sea following a spill

Flexible bladders for transporting oil recovered following a spill at sea

Markleen Unibag® floating tanks are a versatile solution to the problem of transporting oil recovered from the sea following a spill. When empty, these tanks take up very little space, but once deployed on water provide high storage capacity. Unibag® floating tanks come in sizes from 5 m3 up to 1000 m3 capacity and offer unique possibilities for storing and transporting recovered oil from remote locations.

Unibag® oil bladders are deployed immediately, without the need for inflation or assembly, and can be towed at speeds of up to 5 knots.

The tanks’ low draft also makes them ideal for use in shallow water, and they can even be used on land.

UNIBAG FLOATING TANKS

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