Fertilizer Storage Tanks


LFM produces quality fertilizer storage tanks that are an outstanding economic value when compared to conventional steel tanks.  Additionally, when manufactured using the proper resin system, our fertilizer storage tanks are fire retardant and resistant to a wide range of chemicals.  We have been building fiberglass reinforced plastic tanks for a wide range of applications since 1974.

Headquartered in Giddings, Texas, LFM maintains production facilities across the United States to provide timely service to customers operating in isolated areas. No matter what specific challenge you face, LFM can guide you through the entire scope of your project. From CADD services for custom applications through technical support, budgetary estimates, mold fabrication, transportation, and field service after delivery, we are here to serve you.

Quality Built Right In

LFM’s fiberglass fertilizer storage tanks are designed and manufactured for your specific application. We equal or exceed industry standards to insure long and trouble-free service. Our fiberglass tanks are engineered for specific service conditions required by our customers. The final tank design depends on factors such as operating temperature, chemical environment, specific gravity, wind, seismic loading, agitation and pressure or vacuum operating conditions. We maintain individual inspection reports for each tank; recording resin system used, actual material usage, fittings, accessories, recommended end use and destination.


LFM produces quality fiberglass reinforced fertilizer storage tanks that are an outstanding economical value when compared to conventional steel tanks. Our fiberglass products weigh approximately 60% less than steel, which reduces installation costs. LFM’s fiberglass fertilizer storage tanks have a longer service life than steel tanks, thus saving money in the long run.

Chemical Resistant and Fire Retardant

LFM’s fiberglass tanks, when manufactured using certain FRP resin systems, can service multiple processes. Each resin type is resistant to a wide range of chemicals and specifications and can include fire retardants.

Corrosion Free

Our fiberglass reinforced fertilizer storage tanks eliminate the need for additional corrosion protection, such as exterior painting and cathodic protection systems for above ground and underground installations.

Professional Delivery

LFM has its own fleet of delivery trucks specifically equipped to transport fiberglass tanks. This helps to lower delivery costs considerably. We also employ a professional delivery staff whose primary goal is to provide safe and courteous on-time delivery of our products to our valued customers. Our fiberglass tanks are much lighter than steel tanks, making them more affordable to deliver and making them much easier to handle during loading and unloading.

ASTM Certified

We manufacture our fiberglass tanks and process vessels to meet or exceed all ASTM D3299 specifications for fiberglass tanks. Also we meet ANS/AWWA D120 specifications. By meeting and exceeding these rigid requirements, LFM assures that our fiberglass tanks offer the highest structural integrity, durability and corrosive resistance.

Options and Fittings

LFM can build fiberglass tanks with many different options and fittings. Some of these include various FRP flanges, manways, sight glasses, threaded couplers, leak detectors, insulation, ladder cages, heat tapes and more. We also manufacture four different top and bottom styles on our tanks, flat, domed, sloped and conical. For more information on additional options, contact your LFM sales representative.

Stack and Duct Systems

LFM also offers exhaust systems for our fertilizer storage tanks. These systems offer a wide range of versatility. Call or write for additional information on our stacks, flumes, flume scrubbers, ducts and other components. Your LFM sales representative will be glad to help you.

Quality Assurance

At LFM, we stand behind the products we build.  We offer a one-year warranty for workmanship and a lifetime warranty against rust and corrosion on our fiberglass tanks.  Speak to your LFM sales representative for complete details.