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Large Capacity Collapsible Water Tank

Hello. I am looking for a 210000 gallon water tank that I can use for our water company. Do you have any kind of tank that would be this large? If so, what materials would be used? Also, would you have a liner that we could put inside an existing tank? Our manager mentioned this as an option also.

In order to store the full capacity you have mentioned in a singe tank, you will probably want to consider a Large Capacity Collapsible Tank. As opposed to steel or plastic, the collapsible tank has increased flexibility that has allowed it to store as many as 210,000 gallons. This has helped many customers store bulk liquids in a container that is easy to ship, easy to use, and takes up less storage space.

 

Collapsible Tank Construction

large capacity storage tankThe collapsible pillow tank is constructed from a wide range of fabrics that will typically depend on the type of liquid you will be storing within the tank. When used for the storage of drinking water, these tanks will usually be constructed from either a polyurethane, polymer alloy, or E PVC coated material.

Additionally, if your tank will be used for the storage of drinking water, all materials used on the inner portion of your tank will contain FDA and NSF 61 approval for the safe storage of this liquid.


Liners & Additional Tanks

cistern tankWe do also offer liners that can be used inside an existing cistern or water storage tank. These liners would again be made from the material that would best match your water storage application.

One of the best advantages of the collapsible tank is its flexible outer exterior. If you are specifically looking to replace an existing tank, a liner or a collapsible tank can be placed inside the old tank to act as a reinforcement or reliable addition to your existing water storage.

The large 210000 gallon collapsible tank has been used to store various types of water including the following:

  • Drinking Water
  • Rain Water
  • Production Water
  • Process Fluids
  • Fracking Fluids
  • Water for Dust Suppression and Ground Packing
  • Gray Water
  • Waste Water


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