Re: Broken tank
Dave Gomberg wrote:
>Expert, not! But here goes: The problem you have is not strength, your
>bottom is still .5". The problem is the crack/leakage. You need to seal.
>To seal, just use window glass. You are not trying to hold the tank
>together, you are just trying to seal it. To be really careful, put one glass
>patch on the inside and one on the outside. Dave
I guess I need to make a few more observations: The tank bottom (2' x 4') was
originally drilled with two 3/4" holes through the bottom. The floor has
spider-webbed from one of the holes, not just cracked. A previous owner tried
to fix it with two pieces of window glass and a piece or plexiglass on the
bottom and just wound up making a mess. I will need to remove the bottom and
replace it to fix this tank.
David W. Webb
Enterprise Computing Provisioning
Texas Instruments Inc.
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