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A Tank in Maintenance Isn’t a Useful Asset

K2 Industrial Services provides a single source for servicing storage tanks and vessels of all types, handling everything from degassing, treatment and material removal to exterior re-coating. Our turnkey tank maintenance services include gas-freeing, sludge removal and processing, chemical treatment, cleaning for hot work, liner removal and replacement, interior and exterior coating, and process and utility system labeling. Our crews consist of full-time personnel trained to do their work safely and efficiently.

K2 Industrial’s team of Tank Entry Supervisors (TES) and tank maintenance personnel receive specialized training in project management, job coordination, best method application and proper procedures for safe confined space entry. Our turnkey services free up valuable management time, allowing our clients to focus on other responsibilities. Regardless of whether your tank is being cleaned for a product change, an API inspection, repairs or decommissioning, K2 Industrial Services will do a professional job at a competitive price and keep your out-of-service time to a minimum.

SERVICES INCLUDE (but not limited to):

  • Tank Isolation – Blinding / Lock-out / Tag-out
  • Gas-Freeing
  • Sludge Removal
  • Washouts – High Pressure and Ultra Cleaning
  • Sludge Processing
  • Chemical Treatment Cleaning and Decontamination
  • Liner Removal/Replacement
  • Cold Cutting
  • Surface Preparation
  • Tank Linings
  • Exterior Coatings
  • Identification and Labeling
  • API Tank Inspection


  • Civil
  • Commercial
  • Oil & Gas
  • Petrochemical
  • Transportation


K2 Industrial Services team is trained in the classroom and hands-on before they are certified to perform the work. Following OSHA standards of training we look to provide you with a team that is not only safety minded but that is also professional, efficient and a project that is value driven solution.


Removing materials from pits, ponds, vessels and separators should yield the smallest possible amount of waste for disposal or reprocessing. Centrifuge and vacuum belt systems allow processing of materials that can be reused as a fuel source or made into a dry solid more suitable and less costly for disposal.