Maximum hygiene and safety
Drinking water tanks, elevated tanks (often also referred as water reservoirs) and water towers are facilities for the storage and supply of drinking water. In a water supply system, they balance the strongly fluctuating water demand as well as demand peaks and thus ensure a stable pressure in the distribution network. In addition, the reservoirs bridge possible downtimes of pumping equipment in the event of a malfunction.
For the water storage sector, we developed an innovative storage system with the HydroSystemTanks® and the HydroSystemTower®. The high-quality and long-life stainless steel systems became a great success in a short time. It might interest you to know: Quality doesn't have to cost a bundle. In conjunction with our cleaning system developed especially for the HydroSystemTanks®, an unbeatable storage system is created which is extremely cost-effective in the long term.
Another product are the stainless steel tubular tanks (also pipe tanks), which can be an interesting alternative for smaller storage facilities.
The stainless steel storages are often also used in waterworks for raw water or pure water storage.
Stainless-steel water storage tanks ensure the quality of drinking water
How the water is actually stored has a considerable influence on the quality of the drinking water.
In conventional storage facilities made of concrete, influences result in particular from interactions between the concrete wall and the medium, from cracks and a lack of tightness, as well as from ongoing operation, cleaning and maintenance.
HST 1500 - High level tank system incl. 1 x pressure boosting system 100 m³/h at 6 bar with 5 pumps, volume 2 x 750 m³, D 12 m x H 6.90 m