Water Storage Tanks
FAQ: What are my options for a 10,000 liter non-potable water tank?
Question: I'm looking for a 10000 liter water tank to store non-potable water. What are my options? I know that you have some bladder tanks, what would be the dimensions on these?
Answer: Good afternoon! Thank you for contacting us! A collapsible 10000 liter water tank would be a great option for the kind of storage that you have described. As collapsible unit, these water storage tanks offer more flexibility in terms of their structure. This means you can store the tank in various spots around your facility, while still allowing the tank to remain low and out of the way.
Collapsible Gray Water Tanks offer a high level of flexibility, while still remaining rugged and durable for your liquid storage. All gray water tanks are made with high UV resistance and high abrasion properties. This gives them the ability to be stored on multiple surfaces, while still remaining fully in tact. For increased protection, several customers choose to place berms or ground cloths underneath their tanks for added abrasion protection.
Some common features found on all collapsible tanks include:
- UV Resistance
- Threaded, Storz, and Camlock Fittings
- Fittings made from Stainless Steel, Polypropylene, and Aluminum
- Standard Fittings Sizes: 3/4" to 2" (4" through 6" available upon request)
- Contact Time: 1 to 7 years
- Capacities: 500 to 1,000,000 liters
For a 10,000 liter water tank that is collapsible (approximately 2600 gallons), typical dimensions found on this tank would be 15' L x 11' W x 2.1' H. However, the collapsible tank is a highly flexible materials that can also be custom designed to fit your specific size location or requirements.
Other Water Tank Options:
In addition to our collapsible tanks, you could also check out some of our polyethylene bulk storage tanks. For example, a common choice for this type of storage is our Vertical Bulk Storage Cylindrical Tanks (shown right). These tanks are equipped with a flat bottom, 1.5 specific gravity, and can store up to 15000 gallons (5,678 liters).
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