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    Quote Originally Posted by gordo 350 View Post
    Poly tanks, concrete tanks,corri tanks. All are equal in respect to fire. Concrete spalls ,plastic melts and tin buckles. Seen it first hand on black Saturday. Nothing is impervious to fire
    Anyone who has experienced a wild fire first hand would agree, the only tank that will survive is an underground one.

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    Concrete is fire resistant, but putting it under extreme heat ie fire, will seriously compromise the structural integrity.

    Besides a melted poly tank might help save your house.

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