Corrugated Steel Tanks
Large Steel Tanks for Bulk Water and Liquid Storage
Corrugated steel tanks are a superb storage option for rainwater collection, fresh water storage, fire protection, irrigation water storage, water treatment, and more. Equipped to store large capacities, our steel water tanks are popular for use in industrial facilities, businesses, residential, and rural areas to store water or other solids.
Corrugated water tanks are constructed using panels of steel shipped to your location at a fraction of their full size and can install in just one day. Along the interior of the tank is a flexible liner to safely store water (or other liquids) and prevent any damage directly to the reservoir interior. Steel water tanks are a cost-effective storage method and are designed for strength. A 20-year or 30-year manufacturer's warranty is included, depending on the tank model and size, and provided approved service professionals oversee the installation of your corrugated tank (call for details).
Benefits of Corrugated Steel Water Tanks
One of the main advantages to using corrugated steel water tanks is the tank's size and shipping requirements. While standard steel tanks are built and shipped to your location fully constructed, the corrugated water tanks ship in pieces for assembly on site. (Installation assistance is available!)
*Unlike traditional steel tanks that are shipped fully constructed, these Bolted Corrugated Steel Tanks can be disassembled, shipped, and stored at a fraction of its assembled size.
Additional advantages include:
Applications for Corrugated Steel Tanks
Corrugated steel tanks can be used for a range of different applications.
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For a standard steel storage tank option, see our selection of Steel Tank Variety Styles, including: above ground tanks, below ground tanks, fuel storage tanks, mobile steel tanks, drinking water tanks, and more.
Steel Tank Liners and Components
Each corrugated steel tank comes with an interior liner that is chosen based on the type of liquid stored in the tank. Fabrics will usually be either a potable water grade or a non-potable water grade depending on the kind of water stored.
- Side Ladders Available on Request
- OSHA Cages
- Roof Rails and Guards
- Filtration Options
- Accessible Hatch on Some Models
- Outlets and Shut Off Valves
Flat Top Steel Tank Dimensions
|Capacity (Gallons)||Diameter||Wall Height|
|10,000||15' 5"||7' 2"|
|15,000||19' 9"||7' 2"|
|29,000||26' 4"||7' 2"|
|40,000||30' 9"||7' 2"|
|50,000||35' 2"||7' 2"|
|65,000||39' 6"||7' 2"|
|100,000||39' 6"||10' 7"|
30-Degree Roof Corrugated Steel Tank Specifications
Capacity (Gallons) by Eave Height
|3' 8"||7' 3"||10' 9"||14' 4"||17' 11"||21' 5"|
*Larger custom sizes available
Corrugated steel tanks also have additional roof options, such as open top and inverted. Some models can be constructed to hold up to 4,000,000 gallons.
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Corrugated Steel Tank Installation and Requirements
Corrugated steel water tanks are shipped in pieces and then typically installed from the bottom up. While our tanks can be builted by the customer, our technicians are available to set up your tank on site personally. Due to the weight and size of the containers, we typically recommend that a pad or level structure be set up underneath your tank to help support the tank. Please do not hesitate to contact us with more information regarding storage and installation requirements.
For more information on tank maintenance, visit the Corrugated Tank Maintenance page.
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