Plastic Tanks, Collapsible Tanks & More
Water tanks hold water for drinking, gray (non-potable) or black water. Containers that are used for potable liquid storage must meet Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and NSF61 requirements for material content.
- Hard Plastic Polyethylene
These materials work to provide you with water storage that is firm, reliable, and safe for potable or non-potable water applications.
Our plastic water tanks are made from high resistance materials and are designed to avoid rust, corrosion, and other elements found in outside environments. If you plan on storing these poly tanks in outdoor locations, a green or black exterior is advised to avoid algae growth within the tank.
For large capacity water storage, a collapsible tank can also be a great choice. Manufactured from high strength industrial fabrics, these tanks can be built to store anywhere from 50 to 210,000 gallons. If these tanks will be used for drinking water, NSF 61 approved materials are used to the construct the tank.
In addition to water tanks, many other customers have looked to our geomembrane liners to help them with leaky cisterns or to line their ponds.
Rain collection tanks are becoming more and more popular as people reuse natural rain from roof runoff to irrigate land and water is available in the dry seasons. The rain water pillow tank is an ideal solution for home owners, builders and commercial property owners who want to reduce their overhead utility use.
Reserve Water Supply
Water tanks are used for primary storage of purified drinking water or as secondary storage for reserve water for wild fire fighting, emergency water supply or even fire sprinklers capacity enhancement. Reserve water storage is a fast growing market where supply is sporadic or pressure is not sufficient to meet the FM fire code.
Our bladders have been used in residential buildings and commercial application to increase fire response efficiency and costly insurance.
Drinking Potable H2O
Tanks are very important in drought prone areas where fresh potable drinking water supply is limited. Water can be stored above or below ground. Water can be recycled and reused by filtration, reverse osmosis, chemical treatment, boiling or sterilization kits.
Algae growth, insects and debris in drinking water storage containers is a challenge; however, using appropriate mesh fittings and filters will reduce particles entering the supply and help keep your water pure. Growth inside the tanks can be reduced by periodic cleaning and treatment. If your liquid cannot be purified, the grey water can be reused for toilet flushing or irrigation.