Protanic is proactive. We keep our clients informed of regulatory changes, alerting them when testing requirements change and keeping them in compliance and in business. Our services include:

Compliance Testing

Containment Testing

The EPA now mandates comprehensive containment testing, covering all critical aspects, including essential spill buckets. Ensure compliance by scheduling your testing without delay! Don't let this crucial requirement slip through the cracks!

ATG/Sensor Testing

To ensure your Automatic Tank Gauge (ATG) is in prime working condition, we conduct an essential Annual ATG Certification functionality test. This thorough inspection covers probes, sensors, and more, guaranteeing optimal performance. Please note that specific inspection requirements may vary depending on your state's regulations. Rest assured, we've got you covered with our meticulous and state compliant ATG certification process.

Vapor Recovery/NESHAP Testing

Vapor Recovery systems and testing come in various forms, and at Protanic, we're here to simplify the process for you. Our experts will swiftly identify the specific type of system you have and recommend the appropriate test or tests to ensure full compliance with regulatory requirements. Let us handle the complexities, so you can focus on peace of mind and smooth operations.

Inspections (Monthly and Annual)

Stay ahead of the game with the latest regulations, which now call for mandatory monthly and annual inspections. As your dedicated compliance partner, Protanic has you covered! Rely on us to conduct these essential inspections, ensuring you remain fully compliant and worry-free. Let us handle the details so you can focus on your core business operations with complete peace of mind.

Overfill Prevention Device Inspection

Are you looking for peace of mind when it comes to preventing dangerous overfills in your tanks? Our testing services for overfill devices including drop tubes and ball floats are the solutions you’ve been searching for.

Tank, Line & Leak Detector Testing

Tank Tests

Our methods consist of two essential components: the volumetric (liquid area) portion and the ullage (area above the liquid) portion. When a tank is empty, a passing tank test requires only the ullage portion. What's more, our ullage tests go beyond the basics by detecting potential water entry issues, allowing us to identify and address problems before they escalate!

Precision Line Tests

We offer exceptional precision volumetric line testing, expertly conducted with our cutting-edge Petro-Tite Line Tester equipment. Trusted and utilized by line testing companies across the nation, this state-of-the-art technology ensures unparalleled accuracy and reliability.

Leak Detector Testing

Ensure the proper functionality of your mechanical or electronic line leak detector with our comprehensive testing services. We meticulously assess the detector's performance by simulating leaks at 3 gal/h, 0.2 gal/h, and 0.1 gal/h, guaranteeing accurate and reliable results.

Troubleshooting (Helium Pinpointing)

Our vast knowledge and expertise allows us to utilize a helium procedure to precisely locate a breach in a line or tank usually within inches, saving you Time and $$$.

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Cathodic Protection Testing

Also known as Corrosion Protection, or simply CP, but no matter what you call it, Protanic can supply all your necessary services.

Cathodic Protection Testing

Protanic is your ultimate go-to for handling testing on both Impressed and Sacrificial Anode systems, ensuring top-notch solutions for all your cathodic protection needs.

Construction and Repairs

Whether your cathodic protection system requires immediate attention due to failure or you seek expert updates, count on Protanic to get the job done with utmost efficiency and expertise.


Troubled by rectifier issues or perplexed by unusual readings? Unsure if you even have an anode installed? Fret not! Our team of corrosion experts will swiftly come to your rescue, resolving all uncertainties and providing effective solutions.

Fuel Polishing/Tank Cleaning

The fuel polishing process involves the use of specialized equipment to circulate, filter, and purify the fuel within the storage tank. This helps to remove particulate matter and water, ensuring that the fuel remains clean and in optimal condition. By maintaining clean and high-quality fuel, the risk of equipment damage, downtime, and costly repairs can be minimized.