Corrugated Steel Water Storage Tanks

Galvanized Steel Tank with 20 Year Warranty USA Made

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Corrugated steel water storage tanks provide bulk storage suitable for many types of liquids and dry goods. Made from galvanized corrugated steel, these tanks are watertight and can withstand wind (rated to 165 mph), snow, and seismic activity.* All of our corrugated steel tanks come with a choice of a potable or non-potable water liner. Liners keep stored contents from contacting the steel container and provide an additional safeguard to prevent the galvanized steel tanks from rusting. Corrugated tanks are available in both standard and custom sizes. See steel tank dimensions.

One of the many advantages to corrugated tanks is that they are compact for shipping and able to be deconstructed and relocated. Typically, two technicians can install a tank in one day.

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Corrugated Steel Water Storage Tank Advantages:

  • Cost effective
  • Versatile & durable
  • Bulk storage capacity
  • 20-year warranty
  • Reusable (can be dismantled and relocated)
  • Turn-key installation services available

Common Storage Uses

  • Greywater or Gray Water
  • Agriculture
  • Aquaculture or Aguaculture
  • Irrigation
  • Mining
  • Potable water
  • Food grade liquids
  • Non-potable water
  • Rainwater
  • Wastewater (blackwater)
  • Pharmaceutical materials
  • Oils
  • Biofuels
  • Acids
  • Detergents
  • Animal feed stock
  • Dual Use Domestic/Fire Water Storage

Steel Tank Installation and Shipping Information:

One of the many advantages to corrugated tanks is that they are lightweight. With this design, the components pack compactly for shipping (they ship at 1% of their fully installed size). We can provide turn-key installation services (world-wide), or you may opt to install them yourself. Installation can be completed in one day by just two people. They are also capable of being taken down and moved to another location. See available sizes and dimensions here.

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Corrugated Steel Tank Components

Steel Panels:
  • Galvanized corrugated steel (helps prevent corrosion)
  • Light weight
  • Designed for maximum strength
  • Rain tight
  • Hatch at eave and peak
  • Standard roof: 30º angle
  • Open top or flat top roof also available
  • Every tank 15ft or higher comes with a roof ladder
  • Galvanized Corrugated Steel Sheets
    Galvanized Corrugated
    Steel Sheets
  • Bolts to the roof, runs from edge to center hatch
  • 30 mil PVC (potable and non potable available)
  • Potable: ANSI/NSF 61 NSF certified
  • Designed to hold tank
  • *Seismic anchors available for earthquake prone areas
  • Tank liner
    Steel Tank Inside Liner
  • Removable filter
  • Accessible hatch
  • Overflow pipe
  • Polyethylene outlets and shut off valves
  • Side ladders available upon request
  • Wind rated at 165mph
  • Shipped at 1% of their assembled size
  • 20 year warranty
  • Inlet, outlet for overflow

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Why Choose a Galvanized Steel Tank?

Corrugated galvanized steel tanks have been used by numerous customers for many different storage applications such as rainwater collection, and grain storage. Originally known for their use in farming applications, sometimes for dry goods storage, oil storage, or biogas fermentation, they are now being used by large corporations and facilities, and even residentially with the everyday homeowner to store solid and liquid contents. Send an inquiry form for more information, and ask about available water tank financing options!

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If you have questions about steel water storage tanks, give us a call at +1-772-646-0597 or request a price quote.

Interested in dual use tanks for domestic and firewater storage? Check out our infographic!

Check out our blog post: Seven Big Benefits of Corrugated Steel Tanks.

Questions? Our GEI Works team would be happy to assist you. Call +1-772-646-0597 or contact us to discuss more on steel water storage tanks.

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