Onion Water Tank Construction
FAQ: Will an onion tank hold 1,200 gallons of water for temporary storage?
Question: Hello. I am looking for a 1200 gallon onion tank. I currently have a tank that is around 1000 gallons, but I require one that is larger. I need to empty up to 1200 gallons of water while I clean a hot tub. I would need this water to stay in place while cleaning so I can refill the tub after I'm done. What are the sizes available?
Answer: For cleaning and temporary storage of water, the 1200 gallon Onion Tank can be a great choice. These tanks are typically designed for easy setup and filling, and can come in sizes as large as 20,000 gallons. Based on the standard sizing we have available online, the best choice for your application would be the 1200 gallon high side onion tank. This will give you the exact gallon capacity you requested in a reliable, high-sided tank.
High Side or Low Side Tanks
The onion tank is designed in both a high side and low side model. As their names suggest, the high side onion tank will feature higher walls and more of vertical structure, while the low side tank will be wider but lower to the ground. High side onion tanks are used in locations where space is limited or there is a large storage requirement.
- Self Rising Foam Collar
- Fabric Options: NSF 61 and FDA approved, chemical resistant, or fuel resistant materials
- Standard Fittings: Female Flange
- Low Side Tank Standard Capacities: 250 to 10,000 gallons
- High Side Tank Standard Capacities: 500 to 20,000 gallons
If you do choose our high side 1200 gallon onion tank model, this stand will have the following dimensions:
- Base Diameter: 9'8"
- Top Diameter: 5'10"
- Filled Height: 44"
Onion Tank Advantages
When compared to other tank models, the onion tank can offer several advantages that can help make the temporary storage of water fast, easy, and hassle-free. Some typical benefits customers have found include the following:
- Self Rising Foam Collar: Allows tanks to rise on their own as they fill with water, removing setup or installation times.
- Open Top: Provides fast filling of tank with hoses.
- Self-Supporting: Requires no additional frames or supports while it is in place.
- Lies Flat when Empty: Requires limited storage space while not in use and can be quickly transported to location in trunks, pickup truck beds, or under seats.