Do you have a failed air tank from one of these air compressor manufacturers;
Speedair, Husky, Sears, Ingersoll Rand, Quincy, Saylor Beall, Champion, Gardner Denver, Powerex, Puma, Curtis, Werther, etc? A lot of these compressor brands have built 3, 5 & 7.5 hp air compressors on 60 & 80 gallon air tanks with top plate. The air tanks they use are very similar and easy to be replaced.
All of our vertical air tanks have top plates to fit any frame motor and pump. We do recommend measuring the top plate first before buying any tank for your system.
When installing any new motor or air compressor head, fit the components on the top plate and then drill the related holes for the installation. Please remember not to drill into the tank as any alteration to the tank will void the ASME Code. Drilling into the top plate should not void the ASME certification.
The most popular vertical air tanks with top plates are the 60 gallon air tanks and 80 gallon air tanks.