The standard cylindrical water storage tanks are made of galvanized steel 2.5 m long x 1.25 m high (thickness may vary depending on the dimensions of the tank).
The plates are assembled directly on site using overlapped joints and galvanized steel screws for silos.
Sealing is achieved by applying a high pressure drying polyurethane putty to the joints and screws.
All models come with a galvanized steel roof cover, ladder and access platform, plus inlet and outlet connections.
The proportions of the tanks vary from 3.1 to 31 meters, which in combination with the height gives us capacities from 9 to 4000 m3.
Our water reserve tanks for fire prevention and extinction have LPCB (Loss Prevention Certification Board) and FM (Factory Manual) certifications..
Likewise, we offer the possibility of storing drinking water in any of our tanks through a butyl rubber membrane lining.