CRECO customers welcome to the Harrington Website. CRECO is now part of the Harrington family.

Harrington is proud to offer former CRECO customers all the products and expertise previously available through CRECO. We welcome you to Harrington and thank you for the opportunity to assist you with your next project.

CRECO is your complete tank system supplier

Carbon Steel ● Stainless Steel ● Polyethylene ● Fiberglass Industrial Tanks

CRECO specializes in Chemical Storage Tanks, Chemical Mixing Tanks, and Chemical Process Vessels, supplying tanks in all materials of construction including: Fiberglass, Polyethylene, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, and Special Alloys. CRECO tanks are found in many industries including water treatment, chemical manufacturing, power generation, municipal waste treatment, and general industrial manufacturing.

 CRECO provides tanks to handle hundreds of chemicals including Sodium Hypochlorite, Sulfuric Acid, Sodium Hydroxide, Hydrochloric Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, and many others. The tanks are constructed to the latest industrial standards including ASTM, API, UL, ASME, and AWWA. Single and double-wall construction, heating and cooling jackets, and shop insulation are all no problem for CRECO.

CRECO is your complete tank system supplier. CRECO also provides mixers, platforms, and ladders in both metals and fiberglass, and a full range of accessory items. CRECO’s mission is to provide customers with the best possible solution — taking into account, service life, budget, and application! 

Get a Tank Quote

Call our  toll-free number at 1-800-213-4528 and you will be connected to a live person – not a recording. You can also use the contact form below for any questions regarding our tank solutions.

Cabon Steel Tanks

Carbon steel tanks can withstand extremely high and low temperatures without cracking, melting, or other damage. Tanks constructed from carbon steel can be lined or painted to improve their chemical and water resistance, allowing them to hold most types of fluid or gas. Low-cost materials, flexibility, and reliable service make carbon steel tanks a good all-around choice.
  • Flat, Sloped, Dished, or Cone Bottoms
  • Shop Built and Field Erected (Bolted)
  • Vertical and Horizontal Configurations
  • Single and Double Wall
  • API, ASME, UL, and AWWA Standards
  • Heating/Heat Transfer Systems
  • Shop Applied Insulation
  • Ladders, Platforms, Mixer Supports
  • Unlimited capacities, configurations, and dimensions

Stainless Steel Tanks

Stainless steel tanks can be used for a range of applications, including the food industry, agricultural, and chemical storage purposes. Depending on the purpose of the stainless steel tank, it can have a flat bottom, cone bottom, slope bottom or dish bottom.
  • Flat, Sloped, Dished, or Cone Bottoms
  • Shop Built and Field Erected (Bolted)
  • Vertical and Horizontal Configurations
  • Single and Double Wall
  • API, ASME, UL, and FDA Standards
  • Heating/Heat Transfer Surfaces
  • Shop Applied Insulation
  • Industrial and Sanitary Finishes and Fittings
  • Reactors and Pressure Vessels
  • Mixers, including scrape surface agitators
  • Unlimited capacities and configurations

Polyethylene Storage Tanks

Polyethylene Storage Tanks are rust and corrosion-resistant tanks most frequently used for the bulk storage of Water, Liquid Fertilizer, Liquid Feed, Waste Vegetable Oil, Agricultural Chemicals, Industrial Chemicals, Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), Reverse Osmosis Systems, Car Wash Tanks. Polyethylene storage tanks are rotationally molded from high-density linear polyethylene (HDPE) or high-density cross-linked polyethylene (XLPE) and have increased structural integrity and durability against impact, puncture, or tears.
  • Flat or Cone Bottom
  • Vertical/Horizontal/Custom Fabricated
  • Single and Double Wall
  • Linear & Cross Linked Resins
  • Ladders, Heat Systems, Insulation, Fill Pipes and More
  • Capacities 20 to 16500 Gallons

Fiberglass Storage Tanks

Fiberglass tanks are actually fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) — that is, they are plastic tanks that have been reinforced with fiberglass, similar to the way that rebar strengthens concrete. Fiberglass tanks are ideal storage solutions for outdoor rainwater harvesting, water storage, fire protection, oil field storage, liquid fertilizer, water treatment, irrigation water storage, and much more.
  • Flat, Sloped, Dish, or Cone Bottom Configurations
  • Vertical/Horizontal/Custom Fabricated
  • Single and Double Wall
  • All resins/corrosion barriers
  • Ladders, Heat Systems, Insulation, Mixer Supports, Top Handrails and More
  • Shop built to 50K+ Gallons
  • Field Erected to 200K+ Gallons

Field Erected Tanks

Field erected tanks are custom-built tanks in which the various components are transported to the project site and then assembled on location. Their scale makes it impossible to be put together inside a shop facility. Field erected tanks are available in almost unlimited sizes with capacities from thousands to millions of gallons.

Field erected welded steel tanks are long-lasting; built to withstand temperature, harsh weather, and harsh chemicals. Depending on the purpose, a field erected welded steel tank can be built out of carbon steel, stainless steel or a duplex material. Versatility has made field erected tanks the popular solution for industrial and municipal needs such as potable water storage, wastewater treatment, chemical and fuel storage including numerous uses in manufacturing, processing plants, military bases, airports and other facilities.

Carbon Steel/Bolted
  • Any Diameter; Any Height
  • Coated or Bare
  • Glass-Fused to Steel
  • Embedded Ring in Concrete
  • Cone Bottom; Sloped Bottom or Flat Bottom
  • Open Top or Cone Top
Stainless Steel/Bolted
  • Any Diameter; Any Height
  • T-304 or T-316
  • Embedded Ring in Concrete
  • Cone Bottom; Sloped Bottom or Flat Bottom
  • Open Top or Cone Top
Fiberglass/Welded
  • 16’ diameter; 20’ diameter; 25’ diameter; 30’ diameter
  • Flat Bottom; Sloped Bottom
  • Open Top; Domed Top
  • Oblated Rings for shell sections (efficient shipping costs)
  • Prolated once on jobsite

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Can’t find what you’re looking for?

Call our toll-free number at 1-800-213-4528 and you will be connected to a live person – not a recording. You can also use the contact form above for any questions regarding our tank products.