Hydrocarbon tank
temporary storagefloating and towable

hydrocarbon tank
hydrocarbon tank
hydrocarbon tank
hydrocarbon tank
hydrocarbon tank
hydrocarbon tank
hydrocarbon tank
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temporary storage
floating and towable


Canflex “Sea Slug” Ocean towable floating Bladders are secondary fluid tanks used for transport and storage of Oil Spill Recovery, Drinking / Potable Water, Sewage Water, spills. These bladders also can be used in Disaster relief efforts for the transport and storage of essential fluids to populations effected by tsunamis, earthquakes, etc. These bladders are very rugged units with a cylindrical main body and matching conical ends giving them great towing characteristics. Canflex superior engineering and design combined with the high strength coated fabrics used to manufacture its bladders allow the “Sea Slugs” to be used safely for training and practical applications over an unlimited time period. In addition to manufacturing, Canflex offers maintenance services and full comprehensive training. This insures our client is ready for an emergency response situation, where preparedness and fast response time is paramount. A wide range of special material coatings are available for these bladders, which can be used in many environments, such as the storage and transport of Drinking water, Fuels / Hydrocarbons or Waste products. Canflex “Sea Slug” bladders are entirely constructed using dielectric-high frequency RF welding. This, combined with superior coated fabrics, hardware and engineering, has made the Canflex “Sea Slug” the best ocean towable bladder available on the global market. This material strength is critical for constructing a safe ocean towable bladder that can be filled, towed and off loaded repeatedly.


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