Two Companies. One Commitment To Excellence.

TSI (Tank Specialties Incorporated) and ENQUIP. On paper, we’re two distinct companies:

TSI offers oil storage tanks and storage tank products. Our storage tanks can be designed as aboveground mounted storage tanks, below-ground mounted storage tanks as well as Single-wall storage tanks or double-wall storage tanks.

Enquip Inc. Offers oil/water separators with tremendous advantages over traditional designs. Our oil/water separators separate varying gravities of oil from water without the need to adjust internal skimmers. They also have the ability to hydraulically lock-up under catastrophic oil spills.

To our customers, however, TSI-ENQUIP is the single-source for the industry’s best patented oil water separators, oil stop valves, turnkey custom-fabricated tanks and tank products and more.

THE ENQUIP HISTORY.

Founded as a wholly owned operating subsidiary of the TANK SERVICE Corp. in the mid 1970s, ENQUIP was created to address an increasing concern over water quality around installations subject to pollution from hydrocarbons as a result of storage, transfer and dispensing of diesel,lubricating oils and aviation fuels.

Engineers went to work designing a product that would yield superior oil/water separation results and overcome the inherent problems that plagued the single-compartment settling tanks used at the time. The result: the patented TSI-Engineered Equipment Products Oil/ Water Separator.

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The numerous advantages of the oil water separator are designed to separate varying gravities of oil from water without the need to adjust internal skimmers and the ability to hydraulically lock-up under catastrophic oil spills soon established the company as an innovative leader in the industry. Since then, the firm and its engineering teams have developed numerous products for metered injection of additives and flow improvers for the petroleum industry, as well as the patented Flow Stop Valve for gravity discrimination of fluids.