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Dave on Press Release - Mesa Industries Aboveground Storage Tank AST Products: Resist-All-CladBy: firstname.lastname@example.org 
Date: Monday, April 26, 2010
Time: 3:17:37 PM
Thank you for replying to our post. You have posed several questions regarding our product and I will do my best to address them but may require more information from you to clarify my answers.
Mesas roof drain and foam systems generally use our Resist-All-Clad assemblies. They are designed in a multi-coil repeatable lay design. We tether the first coil to the second coil and to a point 180 degrees off the flange to keep the coils from wandering in the tank. This practice, along with Mesa approved leg guards on adjacent legs, prevents any damage to the drain from roof supports no matter what the flow or mixing rate we must assume that these are fairly large tanks to have a flow rate of what you indicate.
We have thousands of the Mesa Resist-All-Clad drains and foam systems around the world in applications similar to yours without complaints. We custom design each drain to each particular tank to insure that the drain will function to its maximum flow capacity. We also take into consideration the leg locations and position the drain in the best possible position in the tank to minimize any leg interference. We look at each tank for its minimum floating roof height to insure that there is no interference from the roof when floating at its lowest level.
In order to have the correct Mesa Representative contact you I will need to know where the tanks you administer to are located.
Please let me know how I can help further!
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