The numerous industries in existence will, of course, always range in shape, size and scale. There is the small business or workshop practitioner who needs nothing more than a small anodizing tank no bigger than a drum or even a bathroom washbasin. And then of course, there is always the heaviest of industries, requiring the use of huge tanks, so huge they could even scale a storied building. This latter largesse may appear farfetched to some.
But it is the truth, the factual truth, and nothing but the truth. You only need to head off down to your nearest airport terminal, if it is located within close proximity of a major city, or an industrial dockside to witness the size of those giants. You look and see them. And you must also wonder to yourself just how much they might way. They are heavy, of that you can be sure. You wonder too how it would or could all come apart.
It hardly does. It hardly need to. It takes numerous artisanal and industrial processes to ensure that any form of fabrication, no matter whether it is an anodizing tank or a vast, empty shell of a hull, remains intact. One of the most regularly used and most significant artisanal practices is that of welding. No longer does the welding process simply entail the use of a handheld device and nozzle. Well, you can only imagine the potential size of these industries.
Tank welding for numerous industries does, however, still need to come with a set of guarantees. Apart from the industrialist being able to effectively manufacture and distribute his product material, he still needs to be able to keep a good house and ensure that all mitigating risks are kept to an absolute minimum.