Flexible, safe and proven the world over - the Lipp Dual-Seam System
Conventional systems are often unsuitable for the optimum, safe storage of solid or liquid substances – premature corrosion, leaks and problems with safety are the result. Flexibility is another important factor. Containers must be flexible with regard to their size and substrate and optimally adaptable to the local conditions.
The Lipp Dual-Seam System has proven itself - lastingly and the world over - for almost 40 years. Presented in 1982, the Rudolf Diesel Medal is just one of many awards.
The principle of the Lipp Dual-Seam System is as follows: steel bands are folded over twice at their edges, interconnecting them so that even aggressive liquids in the container's interior find no attackable surfaces for corrosion and maximum impermeability is achieved.
… for the optimum storage of solid, liquid and gaseous substances
The tanks and containers are manufactured from metallic materials, which are matched to the chemical and physical properties of the respective contents which are to be stored and treated.
They are characterised by outstanding quality. Due to their extreme stability, even the largest containers are resistant to horizontal pressure, meaning maximum safety is ensured.
The effective means against premature corrosion: an edgeless, smooth surface on the interior. Another specific benefit: the size of the containers is steplessly variable between three and more than 40 metres in diameter.
Easy installation – tested in over 80 countries
With the transportable assembly devices also conceived by Lipp, steel bands can be assembled into containers - on site - in the desired size and with a variable diameter, in any location. A tested and largely automated manufacturing process permits fast, flexible, efficient assembly with a minimal installation space requirement.
A Lipp Dual-Seam System:
the fastest, simplest way to
flexibly build reliable containers and tanks.