One of the earliest innovations that propelled mankind into the realms of modern civilisation was his ability to capture and store water. And in the same way that the wheel is still essentially the same basic design as it was back then, so is the basic function of the water storage tank. Perhaps the biggest difference in the evolution of this most fundamental of requirements is the materials used, the experience and expertise of those fitting it, and the cost of the installation. Most of these variables are dependent on the specific requirements of those needing a secure supply of water and its intended use.
Water is essential to life. It is the sign that biologists and cosmologists look out for when searching for life – it is one of the first treatments to be checked and supplied in any medical emergency – it is a vital ingredient of every living creature on our planet – in its purest form it is one of the most powerful cleaning agents known to man – and it is beautiful as it sparkles in the sunlight on a summer morning. We need water and in many scenarios we depend on it being easily accessible, close at hand and ready to be used at a moment’s notice.
That is why water tanks are so important and why selecting the right one for your business is such a critical decision. There are a huge variety to choose from and a number of variations in how each one can be installed or used. That means a decision has to be made and, as with anything which affects the wellbeing and health of your business, you would be wise to take expert advice before deciding.
Some of the plastic variations that are available include: vertical, horizontal, static, rainwater and liquid fertiliser. In the galvanised steel range there are corrugated or specialist application versions – and then there are the underground GRP cylindrical or polyethylene water tanks and even an above ground GRP one-piece version. Clearly there is a question to be asked here first. What do you need your tank to do for you?
Some of the more common commercial water tank applications are for: potable water, rainwater harvesting, fire protection water, recycled water, grey and waste water. Other requirements might also include tanks for storing leachate (from landfill) and liquid fertiliser.
Whatever your requirement, whether it is cost effective supply and installation, reliability, efficiency and meeting all of the legislation that surrounds water tanks or maybe you have a unique circumstance or unusual need – get in touch with the experts. Advice costs nothing and could save you a whole lot of stress, hassle and unnecessary cost. As experts in water and all of its life-giving, life-saving and life-enhancing properties we care about making sure that our customers get advice and access to the best possible technology available to meet their needs and support their use of this most magical of natural substances.
To learn more about commercial water storage tank installation or any other issue around water technology applications, please get in touch. We’d love to help.