Recently completed, the new Brenner Tank Service shop at 6575 Airline Highway in Baton Rouge LA offers a full range of tank repair services. Code tank repairs will be available soon, and a code welder is already on staff.
Brenner Tank Service will inaugurate the new Baton Rouge LA shop with a grand opening in early March.
Staffers at the new Brenner Tank Service facility in Baton Rouge LA include (kneeling left–right) Trung Le, Gary Jones, and Terrence Jones. Back row from left: Donnie McClendon, Chris Morgan, Michael Allain, Fred Hughes, Jamie Lemoine, Travis Jones, Matt Lofton, and John Santos.
A spacious paved area at the front of the shop provides room for quick repairs to tank trailers.
Mud lines on this tractor show how high the August 2016 flood waters rose.
Involved in parts sales are Donnie McClendon, Chris Morgan, and Matt Lofton.
Parts warehouse equipment includes a small forklift.
Testing and service equipment in the shop includes a Lite-Check diagnostic system and a Robinair air conditioning service unit.
A compact hydrostatic test station is easily accessible.
On a pad beside the shop are two 5,000 gallon water tanks used in hydrostatic testing and a Sullair air compressor.
Charts offer a quick reference for chemical discharge valve parts.
This test bench for pressure relief vents was recovered from the old shop after the flood waters receded.
Brenner’s Baton Rouge shop has new Miller welding machines.
A fabrication area was a key addition to Brenner’s new tank service shop in Baton Rouge. Equipment includes this Pirahna ironworker.
This Lockformer unit forms joints for sheets of stainless steel jackets. More fabrication equipment is coming.
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