Welcome to Snyder Industries!

Founded in 1957, Snyder Industries is a recognized leader in the manufacturing of tank and containment solutions for the bulk storage, processing and transportation of a wide variety of liquid, solid and dry materials.  The industry's broadest product line  includes chemical storage tanks for industrial and agricultural applications, food and beverage containers, water and septic tanks for residential, commercial and municipal specifications, and UN/DOT approved intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) for hazardous material transportation, as well as many other containment solutions to meet an ever expanding array of application requirements.

 

    
 

 

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    AUG
    20-23
    2013
    NACD-ChemEdge 2013
    Omni Dallas Convention Center
    Dallas, Texas   Booths 200 & 202

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Snyder plans major $1.1 Million addition to Lincoln, NE plant. Click here for details.

 

 

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Snyder Industries has grown to become the world’s premier manufacturer of chemical tank solutions by addressing application challenges in the storage, processing, and transportation of bulk liquids, solids, and dry materials. Our engineering expertise and manufacturing technology developed over 50 years has resulted into the industry’s broadest range of tank and container solutions to meet the most demanding application requirements.

Snyder tanks and containers are available in a multitude of corrosion resistant plastic, steel and composite designs to serve a variety of industries, including, but not limited to agricultural, water & wastewater treatment, industrial chemical, food & beverage, hazardous chemical transportation, paints & coatings, rainwater collection, inks & dyes, oil & gas, automotive, adhesives & sealants, mining, pulp & paper, textiles, lubricants & greases, pharmaceutical as well as many other specialty chemical and material applications.

Snyder’s unique rotational molding process delivers the industry’s highest quality chemical tanks and containers, and delivers the highest useful life to cost ratio performance. Customized molding equipment technology ensures all Snyder poly tanks will last longer by maximizing the plastic resin’s physical properties during the manufacturing process. Competitive poly processing tanks may have a similar appearance to a Snyder tank, but not result in the proven “real world” performance experienced by Snyder tank users and distributors.

Snyder’s technologically advanced steel tank manufacturing facility features state of the art robotic welding, and revolutionary plastic lining capabilities that enable any steel tank, including pressure vessels, DOT approved IBCs and stationary tanks, to be permanently lined with a layer of polyethylene to achieve greater chemical resistance where needed.

Snyder Industrial Tanks are designed to meet specific chemical application requirements, where the type of resin, processing parameters, tank wall thickness, fittings and accessories can be customized to optimize tank performance in a particular chemical application. Be it a corrosive chemical, like sulfuric acid, or an aggressive oxidizing chemical, like hydrogen peroxide, Snyder chemical tanks can be designed to withstand the most demanding chemical environments. Snyder industrial plastic tanks meet the applicable ASTM standards, and are available in many design configurations, like double wall tanks, secondary containment tanks, also known as plastic dikes, open top tanks and cone bottom tanks, with the full compliment of fittings and accessories, including, seismic zone 4 and IBC 150 mph wind restraint tie-down systems, flexible plumbing connections, temperature controls, and OSHA approved ladders.

Snyder is the only manufacturer in the world to produce United Nations and DOT Approved Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs), also known as portable tote tanks, for hazardous material transportation in plastic, steel and composite container design types. Plastic IBCs, or poly tote tanks, are designed with Snyder’s proprietary thick wall processing technology, resulting in superior container durability and longevity, even in the most hazardous chemical tank applications. Steel tote tanks, or steel IBCs, are available in both stainless and carbon steel configuration in sizes up to 790 gallons, ideally suited for applications involving flammable materials, higher temperatures (>140 degrees F.), or extreme cleanliness specifications. Regardless of the application, Snyder has a standard or custom container design to solve the most challenging in-plant or over the road bulk transport tank requirements, including smaller packaging needs, like poly drums or steel cylinders.

Our unique rotational molding process has proven to be the ideal method to produce seamless one-piece, corrosion resistant tanks, which are the perfect containment solution for onsite residential and commercial Septic Tanks. Snyder onsite septic tanks are lightweight and incredibly durable, making them an attractive alternative to traditional concrete tanks that will degrade and eventually leak over time. Plastic onsite tanks are more easily installed without the heavy equipment needed for concrete tanks, which reduces costs and protects the surrounding landscape. Once buried, Snyder’s plastic septic and water tanks utilize an inert material construction to resist container degradation and the associated leaking over time, which optimizes the container’s useful life.

Protecting the environment and helping conserve natural resources are ongoing corporate objectives at Snyder Industries and our revolutionary rainwater collection tank systems are an extension of this endeavor. Snyder Water Tanks are available in a broad range of sizes and shapes in both above and underground tank design alternatives. Underground Water Tanks can be hidden out of sight, and not impact landscaping appearances, but larger above ground water storage tanks can be ordered in different colors to blend in with their environment to also achieve certain aesthetic objectives.

Agricultural Tanks are built for a life on the farm, storing and transporting fertilizers and agricultural chemicals in a multitude of different applications. Snyder Ag. Tanks have been around for many decades, originally as a cost effective alternative to fiberglass tanks, also known as FRP Tanks. Today, Snyder’s brand name can be seen on farm tanks all over the world in a wide range of tank styles, including bulk plastic storage tanks in different design types, like flat and cone bottom liquid storage tanks, and transport tanks, like mini-bulk containers and nurse tanks for the mobile application of pesticides.

Many Snyder container products are also used in the processing and handling of different food and beverage products. Snyder’s Wine Tanks incorporate specially designed polyethylene and stainless steel tanks for various wine making techniques. Plastic wine tanks have quickly become a preferred alternative to oak barrels for wine maturation, where the poly wine tank allows the right amount of oxygen permeation in the aging process without the sanitation, maintenance, and disposal cost associated with wood barrels. Stainless steel wine vessels can be used as fermentation tanks, and can be designed with forklift channels for transportation purposes.

In addition to fluid handling vessels, Snyder offer’s the industry’s largest selection of Dry Handling Bins and Silos for the storage, processing and transportation of powders, tablets, dry granular and other solid materials. Hopper bins can be configured with different drain slopes, discharge valves, fill openings and ancillary equipment to achieve specific flow rate objectives.

Snyder Industries’ engineering team is responsible for some of the most revolutionary design and process patents in the industry, which helps our company provide product solutions that exceed the safety and performance requirements of our customers at the lowest possible cost. As a result, Snyder’s is also a leading innovator in custom rotational molding product solutions for a variety of application problems and welcome new performance challenges to further develop our unique engineering and manufacturing capabilities.