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Cocoon Large Solar Storage Tanks

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Cocoon Large Solar Tanks

 Cocoon Large Solar Tanks

Cocoon is a revolutionary Commercial Solar Water Tank.   These tanks are available in sizes ranging from 165 gallons to 2014 gallons.  They are made from 8' thick aluminum reinforce polystyrene with steel studs and are the highest insulated storage tanks found in North America with a heat loss of under 1 degree F per day!

They are light weight and modular in construction.  This reduces the shipping cost by nearly 1/10 of other large steel tanks.  With 8 sizes to choose Cocoon tanks  are the new standard in affordable commercial solar water heating systems.


■ High temperature, custom-fit 36 mil polypropylene tank liner
■ 10-year warranty on tank and liner
■ Shipped to any location in a full-frame crate
■ Super-insulated
■ Available in eight sizes
■ Flexible to fit your job site
■ Site-assembled with disassembled components able to fit through a standard door


The sizes


68″ tall
42″ diameter

68″ tall
54″ diameter
(6″ walls)
68″ tall
66″ diameter
(8″ walls)
68″ tall
70″ diameter

68″ tall
80″ diameter

100″ tall
82″ diameter

68″ tall
100″ diameter

98″ tall
100″ diameter


             165-42-68-6 $1,024
  324-54-68-6 $1,763
  535-66-68-6 $2,397
  535-70-68-8 $2,465
  752-80-68-8 $2,899
  1243-82-98-86 $4,320
  1295-100-68-8 $4,493
  2014-100-100-8 $6,670

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Tank Assembly

Tank components are assembled on site for maximum flexibility

Starting out with the base. Starting out with the base on the prepared site.
First step of Cocoon Tank Place six of the eight segments in place. Situate the two pre-drilled panels in any location that would accommodate the plumbing orientation.
Assembly of Cocoon Tank Using straps may help the process.


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