Blog – National Storage Tank https://www.nationalstoragetank.com Fri, 22 Mar 2019 20:38:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.1.1 166,000 Gallon Fire Protection Tank in California https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/166000-gallon-fire-protection-tank-in-california/ https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/166000-gallon-fire-protection-tank-in-california/#respond Tue, 05 Feb 2019 18:27:29 +0000 https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/?p=391 National Storage Tank the premier provider of corrugated bolted steel tanks in the U.S. is pleased to highlight another new Fire Protection Tank successfully engineered and installed in California. This SteelCore 166,759-gallon water storage tank will be used on the client’s property as extra protection against wildfires and other unexpected natural disasters. The unique engineering […]

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National Storage Tank the premier provider of corrugated bolted steel tanks in the U.S. is pleased to highlight another new Fire Protection Tank successfully engineered and installed in California. This SteelCore 166,759-gallon water storage tank will be used on the client’s property as extra protection against wildfires and other unexpected natural disasters. The unique engineering of this tank required it be seismically anchored and including a side shell manway. Although we are extremely busy with new requests from Cities, Counties, and States requiring massive amounts of capacity for water storage we are also responding to requests from industrial clients, mining and fracking, agriculture and growers as well as a large number of manufacturers requiring onsite expansion of their own water storage resources for fire protection as well as their own wastewater and non-potable water needs.

We are happy to assist with special engineering situations to just provide a second quote to make sure your needs are completely met with any new water storage tank installation. Contact Us

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Merry Christmas And Happy New Year! https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/merry-christmas-and-happy-new-year/ https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/merry-christmas-and-happy-new-year/#respond Tue, 25 Dec 2018 03:44:56 +0000 https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/?p=378 MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR! We at National Storage Tank truly care about our clients. Writing a review online, is one thing that helps tremendously in spreading the word about our company. If you have not yet had the opportunity of working with us, please consider giving us a call. We would love the opportunity […]

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Bolted Steel Tanks Perfect For Rural Farms and Communities https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/bolted-steel-tanks-perfect-for-rural-farms-and-communities/ https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/bolted-steel-tanks-perfect-for-rural-farms-and-communities/#respond Wed, 12 Dec 2018 17:55:45 +0000 https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/?p=374 What a beauty! SteelCore® Corrugated Bolted Steel tank is 43’D x 28’H. Total capacity is 309,000 nominal gallons. Challenging and durable. This tank has all interior piping and heavy duty 45 mil liner system designed to elongate the lifespan of the tank. The tank fits well in the rural farm like environment. Powder coating is […]

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What a beauty! SteelCore® Corrugated Bolted Steel tank is 43’D x 28’H. Total capacity is 309,000 nominal gallons. Challenging and durable. This tank has all interior piping and heavy duty 45 mil liner system designed to elongate the lifespan of the tank. The tank fits well in the rural farm like environment. Powder coating is an option to those who would like that option. Contact us for your next project. We have many choices and options from corrugated to bolted to fiberglass and more. Call us at 888-672-6995 or visit us a www.nationalstoragetank.com

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Above Ground vs. Underground Water Storage Tanks: The Pros and Cons https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/above-ground-vs-underground-water-storage-tanks-the-pros-and-cons/ https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/above-ground-vs-underground-water-storage-tanks-the-pros-and-cons/#respond Mon, 26 Nov 2018 05:54:52 +0000 https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/?p=362 Many homeowners are installing water storage tanks to promote rainwater harvesting and water conservation. Underground water storage tanks are low profile. Though, above-ground tanks make a statement. This is just one of many reasons to install a water storage tank on your property. Do you need to install a water storage tank? If so, you’ll […]

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Many homeowners are installing water storage tanks to promote rainwater harvesting and water conservation. Underground water storage tanks are low profile.

Though, above-ground tanks make a statement. This is just one of many reasons to install a water storage tank on your property.

Do you need to install a water storage tank? If so, you’ll need to choose either above-ground or underground water storage. The type of tank you choose depends on your needs, so both are good options.

Though, you’ll need to consider the pros and cons of each type of tank.

Uses for Water Storage Tanks

Property owners use water storage tanks (also called cisterns) to store water for consumptive purposes, domestic as well as commercial.

Potable Water Source

You typically find water storage tanks in areas where a potable water source is not readily available. Examples are areas with a low well water capacity or areas where the groundwater quality is poor.

You can use cisterns to store water to supplement a private water well. You can also use them to store water for emergency use.

Rainwater Harvesting

As mentioned above, people use storage tanks to harvest rainwater. Heavy rainwater runoff can cause soil erosion, which damages the ecosystems and endangers wildlife.

Diverting rainwater runoff into a water storage tank allows us to control water distribution. The benefits of this are greater on-demand irrigation, sustainability, and recycling.

Fire Suppression and Sprinkler Reservoirs

Fire suppression systems must have instant access to water. Commercial properties like manufacturing facilities and warehouses often install water tanks for emergency use to supplement their fire sprinkler systems.

Greywater

Greywater is water that may contain minor contaminants but is still useful for non-drinking purposes. You can collect greywater in a number of ways, such as capturing roof runoff or HVAC system condensation.

Agri-Business

Farmers and ranchers in any climate need access to water. Underground water storage tanks provide water for irrigating crops or watering livestock, regardless of weather patterns.

Underground Water Storage Tanks

The EPA defines an underground tank as one with no less than 10 percent of its combined volume underground. These are also called in-ground water tanks.

Industries use underground storage tanks to manage petroleum products and other potentially hazardous materials. Though, underground water tanks are common for commercial and residential use as well.

Advantages of Underground Storage Tanks

Underground water storage is ideal for those who want to economize space. One benefit to underground water storage is protection from theft, vandalism, and severe weather damage.

There are other advantages to having a low-profile water tank as well.

Low Profile

Placing your storage tank underground means you preserve more of your prime real estate space. You can use that space for any number of useful purposes like lawn, driveways, and so on.

In some cases, property owners have built modular structures on top of an underground tank. Most of the time, no one will know you have a water storage tank. Some piping is visible, though the tanks have a very low profile.

You have more opportunity to enjoy your space and landscaping. Neighbors often dislike the look of added structures such as a large tank sitting on your property.

Maintain a Steady Temperature

Underground tanks are insulated against the heat and the cold. You can trust that the tank will maintain a steady temperature year-round.

Disadvantages of Underground Water Tanks

Underground tanks do come with a number of disadvantages as well.

Higher Cost

The first disadvantage is cost. Installing an underground tank means spending extra money on the excavation.

Then, you will have to reinforce the tank and install a pumping system. You also need to back-fill the space and pave some areas.

Difficult to Maintain

Additionally, cracks can form in the tank. It can be hard to find them after the tank is installed. Also, certain types of soil are not suitable for underground tanks. Soil that has a high clay content is one.

Above Ground Storage Tanks

An above-ground water tank offers a more economical solution. Above ground storage tanks are easy to install and maintain as well. Cost isn’t everything, as other features make an above-ground tank worthwhile.

There are a few disadvantages as well.

Advantages of Above-Ground Water Tanks

Above-ground tanks are less expensive than underground tanks because they are easier to install. With an above-ground tank, you don’t need to do all the digging and reinforcing.

Easier to Maintain

Because you don’t bury the tank, you can quickly troubleshoot and repair an above-ground tank.

After the tank is fitted, you can quickly spot any cracks or other damage that may develop. The entire tank is accessible, which makes repairs less costly.

Aesthetics

Some property owners may not want a visible tank, thinking it would be an eyesore. Though, you can work an above-ground tank’s appearance to your advantage.

You can camouflage it to blend in with your property’s architecture and landscaping. Or, you can show off the feature. This can be beneficial for a business owner who wishes to display the company’s eco-credentials.

Homeowners also use their tanks as a statement for water conservation. They often place signage on the tank to promote awareness.

Disadvantages of Above-Ground Waters Tanks

The fact of the matter is, above-ground tanks are exposed to the environment and the elements. They can be damaged by fire, weather, and natural disasters.

Vandalism is another unfortunate risk. Exposure also increases the chance of leaks. If you install an above-ground tank, be sure to inspect the tank on a regular basis to minimize these risks.

Difficult to Maintain Temperature

Water tanks can freeze during winter. They also get very hot during summer. Above-ground tanks are often smaller than underground tanks.

All these factors combined mean that above-ground tanks don’t maintain an even water temperature. They are better suited for use as an emergency water source for this reason.

Government and Other Regulations

Government regulations are stringent regarding above-ground storage tanks. You must adhere to zoning regulations as well.

You must also follow guidelines for spill control, preventing theft and vandalism, and secondary containment protocols.

Choosing a Water Storage Tank

For safety reasons, many property owners choose underground water storage tanks. Though, above-ground tanks are popular due to the lower cost and ease of installation.

If you have questions about water storage tanks, please contact us.

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FIRE PROTECTION TANKS all in a row https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/fire-protection-tanks-all-in-a-row/ https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/fire-protection-tanks-all-in-a-row/#respond Wed, 21 Nov 2018 17:20:49 +0000 https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/?p=349 And what a ROW it is! These SteelCore® Corrugated Bolted Steel Tanks (model 1204) were designed for a flat roof with some very special engineering and production needs. These water storage tanks have been engineered to be connected together to draw and fill simultaneously. Our National Storage Tank designers, engineers and installers all collaborated together […]

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And what a ROW it is! These SteelCore® Corrugated Bolted Steel Tanks (model 1204) were designed for a flat roof with some very special engineering and production needs. These water storage tanks have been engineered to be connected together to draw and fill simultaneously. Our National Storage Tank designers, engineers and installers all collaborated together to come up with the perfect fire protection tank solution for this client.

Some of the unique aspects of the project started with a challenging job site due to the fact that we had a very limited and tight space to work in, with only two inches to spare overhead and tanks that needed to be installed with only 1-foot separating them. The project is a stunning success, client thrilled with the outcome and showing his new fire protection tanks to surrounding business associates.

We are so proud of our teams for the award winning design and engineering on this and many projects. The National Storage Tank specialists are available to assist you with even your most demanding and difficult storage tank needs. As one of the largest and most experienced steel tank dealers in the Western United States we have the resources to help business owners, developers, city and state governments as well as industrial clients to make their next tank project an amazing success. Call and talk to our professionals about your next project, we would love to hear from you and happy to help. 888-672-6995 www.nationalstoragetank.com

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How to Choose the Right Water Storage Tank for Your Needs https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/how-to-choose-the-right-water-storage-tank-for-your-needs/ https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/how-to-choose-the-right-water-storage-tank-for-your-needs/#respond Mon, 29 Oct 2018 12:50:01 +0000 https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/?p=343 Water is life; it’s an important element for our survival, which is why we’ve developed effective water storage solutions over the centuries. Today, we have water tanks to store clean water in that we can then use for industrial or other purposes. Because of this, the water storage tank market is growing at an exponential […]

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Water is life; it’s an important element for our survival, which is why we’ve developed effective water storage solutions over the centuries. Today, we have water tanks to store clean water in that we can then use for industrial or other purposes.

Because of this, the water storage tank market is growing at an exponential rate. Everyone needs a water tank for whatever purpose.

If you’re one of them, you might be wondering which one is the best for you. Study the guide below and see how you can choose the right type for your needs.

Location of the Water Storage Tank

Where you’re planning to place the water storage containers determines your options. It also determines whether you need a foundation and if you need to do some extra preparations for the tank. It can be either above or below ground; let’s explore both in detail.

Above Ground

Above-ground water tanks have a simpler and less expensive installation process. Its maintenance has some advantages. Because it’s above ground, it’s easier to spot any damages, and you won’t need special tools to fix things.

The main disadvantage of an above-ground water tank is its exposure to the elements. For this reason, it has a higher risk of sustaining damage from storms or accidents. This is the downside of its maintenance; although it’s easy to get to the damaged parts, there are more to fix.

The outside temperature has an effect on the tank as well. You’ll have to watch out during winters when it can freeze and during summers when it can get hot.

Because tanks are big, they stick out wherever you place them. You may have to pick a color that can lessen their prominence if you don’t like the sight of big tanks on your property.

Collapsible Tanks

Most tanks you see are permanent structures, but if you need a temporary water storage solution, consider using collapsible tanks. These are a type of above-ground water tanks that also come in different capacities. They’re easy to set up even by a single person, and they’re a great option for rural areas.

Pillow tanks are another option for temporary use, but they’re great for long-term, too. These are useful for bulk liquid transport and even oil spill recovery operations.

Below Ground

Underground water storage tanks are a popular choice because of their location. You don’t have to sacrifice a plot of land to make space for an above-ground tank. You don’t have to deal with an eyesore as well, allowing you to enjoy the scenery in your property.

Because they don’t have exposure to sunlight and bad weather conditions, there’s less to worry about as well. They can maintain a consistent temperature thanks to the soil around them.

For freezing locations, they can be installed under the permafrost layer. Protecting the tank contents from freezing.

However, the installation and overall cost of the project may be higher when choosing an underground tank.

Which Material Do You Prefer?

Another consideration when choosing water storage tanks is the type of material.

Steel

If you want big and strong, go for steel water tanks. These are available in stainless and galvanized varieties, and they can be either bolted or welded. Steel tanks are some of the most cost-effective solutions, offering huge capacities with a fast installation process.

Fiberglass

Fiberglass is also a good choice if you want something durable. It has the added advantage of being lightweight, too.

They’re simple to install, and they won’t corrode or rust, unlike other materials. They are shop built and there are more limitations to sizes available. Generally, they are manufactured under 15 feet in diameter for shipping purposes. Holding up to 50,000 gallons.

Plastic and Polyethylene

If the budget is tight, a plastic or polyethylene water storage might be the perfect solution. It’s light, making it easy to install and re-install in another location. It doesn’t need a foundation and leaks are not a problem most of the times.

How Big are Your Water Storage Needs?

You also have to choose the size of your water tank, which will depend on your needs. For industrial purposes, you’ll likely need hundreds of thousands of liters. An average household collecting rainwater, on the other hand, might not need anything beyond 5,000 liters/1320 gallons.

You’ll have to compute how much water you need and use. This requires expert planning since you won’t want to go overboard and you also don’t want to underestimate your needs. If you’re unsure, don’t hesitate to talk to a professional.

Determine the Specific Gravity Weight

The Specific Gravity (SPG) is the ratio of the density of the substance to the density of a reference liquid. Thicker tanks have higher SPG, which means it should be able to withstand the weight of the liquid better.

A water storage tank usually has an SPG of 1, but underground models have an SPG of close to 2. This is because they also have to be durable enough for the soil pressure.

Do You Need a Colored Water Tank?

For plastic or polyethylene tanks, make sure to get a dark color, such as black or dark green. This is to prevent the sunlight from coming in, which might catalyze the growth of algae and bacteria. Although they’re usually harmless, they can affect the color and taste of the water.

You also have to check with the building codes if there are color requirements for a structure in an area. Aside from these 2 considerations, you can also consider your preferences if you have any.

Get the Right Water Tank for Your Needs

Getting the right water storage tank is crucial, and so you should think hard about the factors above before buying one for your property.

If you need help from a professional or if you have inquiries, don’t hesitate to visit us and check what we have to offer. Looking for more tips? Feel free to contact us and let us assist you.

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9 Common Types of Water Storage Tanks and How They’re Used https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/10-common-types-of-water-storage-tanks-and-how-theyre-used/ https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/10-common-types-of-water-storage-tanks-and-how-theyre-used/#respond Thu, 04 Oct 2018 11:35:18 +0000 https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/?p=337 Have you ever wondered the best way to store water? If you have, you’ve come to the right place. Water storage may not be as simple as you think. There are specific types of tanks that are better for certain kinds of water. You especially don’t want to store drinking water in containers that could […]

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Have you ever wondered the best way to store water? If you have, you’ve come to the right place.

Water storage may not be as simple as you think. There are specific types of tanks that are better for certain kinds of water. You especially don’t want to store drinking water in containers that could make the water unsafe.

So what types of water storage tanks are out there, and what are they used for? Here’s information about ten of them.

1. Underground Fiberglass Tanks

These underground tanks are made of fiberglass, which is a non-corrosive material. They’re highly versatile, so it’s no surprise they’re used often by many commercial industries.

Underwater tanks are perfect when saving space is important. They allow for large amounts of water to be stored while leaving room for buildings or other needs above ground.

Some uses of underground fiberglass tanks include holding potable water, wastewater, and stormwater.

2. Carbon Welded Steel Tanks

Water storage tanks made of carbon welded steel are strong and durable, but they don’t carry the chance of Lyme leaching that concrete does.

This type of tank is versatile, both in construction and in use. Choose from stainless or galvanized steel tanks. And use them for fire protection, potable water, wastewater, and more.

Carbon welded steel tanks come with interior coatings specific to what you plan to use the tank for. Make sure you get the right coating before purchasing one of these tanks.

3. Pillow Tanks

If you need a truly versatile tank, check out pillow tanks. They hold a lot of water, but you can also take them with you! They may have a funny name, but they do the job quite nicely.

There are many benefits to using a pillow tank. These tanks are less expensive than other types, can hold potable or wastewater, can be easily set up by one person, and they’re customizable.

Whatever size of tank you need, a pillow tank could be the right fit for you. From 500 to 20,000 gallons, you’ll have the water you need, where you need it.

4. Folding Tanks

Folding tanks offer another portable water storage option. These tanks are easy to set up and take down and are great for areas where it’s difficult to keep water in supply.

The great thing about these tanks is that they can be easily transported to almost any type of area. This is because they collapse down to be much smaller. This makes them helpful on remote farms, and in firefighting situations.

5. Bolted Steel Tanks

These tanks aren’t for the faint of heart. They can hold a tremendous amount of water. While some tanks would never be used to hold 150,000 gallons, that’s where these tanks begin.

Do you need to store a couple million gallons of water? That’ll be no problem with these tanks.

Bolted steel tanks are completely watertight and can be used to store several different liquids, including water.

6. Polyethylene Tanks

These “plastic” tanks are perfect for those on a tight budget who don’t need something huge. Thanks to their smaller sizes, they’re easy to move.

Rainwater collection is one common use for this type of tank. Home water storage is another.

Polyethylene tanks come in a dark color. This blocks the sun, so algae can’t grow.

7. Corrugated Steel Tank

Corrugated steel tanks offer an option that will last. They’re great alternatives to concrete if you don’t want to go that route.

This type of tank comes in just about any size, from a few hundred gallons to a couple million. And they can be used for just about anything. They’re often used for potable, fire, waste, irrigation, and stormwater.

8. Above Ground Fiberglass Storage Tanks

These tanks fall in the middle range of some of the tanks we’ve highlighted here. They may not hold millions of gallons, but they do exactly what they’re needed to do.

Aboveground fiberglass tanks are for storing caustic water. This includes waste, potable, and rainwater storage.

If you need storage for liquids other than water, these tanks work for that, too.

9. Stainless Steel Water Storage Tanks

Stainless steel offers yet another versatile option for storing water. But they’re not just used for water. From winemaking to breweries, to the dairy and chocolate industries, stainless steel provides a great storage container.

On the water end of things, it can be used for whatever your needs are, including drinking water, thanks to the safety provided by stainless steel.

Water Storage Tanks to Meet All Needs

Whether you’re gathering rainwater to put away for a not-so-rainy day, or you need water for industrial purposes, there’s a water storage tank to meet your needs. Assess your situation to determine what type and size of water storage tank is best for you.

If you’re looking to store some water on a personal or commercial property, we’ve got you covered. We specialize in all kinds of tanks and we love to customize them for that perfect fit. Contact us today to see how we can meet your needs.

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Fast! Long lasting, reliable SteelCore Corrugated Bolted Steel Tanks! https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/fast-long-lasting-reliable-steelcore-corrugated-bolted-steel-tanks/ https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/fast-long-lasting-reliable-steelcore-corrugated-bolted-steel-tanks/#respond Tue, 04 Sep 2018 17:31:39 +0000 https://old.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/?p=321 Fast! Long lasting, reliable SteelCore Corrugated Bolted Steel Tanks! Dust control, waste water, RO water, fire protection, potable water and so much more!! This dust control water tank was completed in CA and is highly useful for the company it services! This SteelCore Evolution 3704 is 112,000 gallons and is self anchoring. Save on your […]

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Fast! Long lasting, reliable SteelCore Corrugated Bolted Steel Tanks! Dust control, waste water, RO water, fire protection, potable water and so much more!! This dust control water tank was completed in CA and is highly useful for the company it services! This SteelCore Evolution 3704 is 112,000 gallons and is self anchoring. Save on your system and invest in your an SCT Evolution rank today! Cost effective and low maintenance! Call 888-672-6995 www.nationalstoragetank.com www.steelcoretank.com

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California potable water tank! https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/california-potable-water-tank/ https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/california-potable-water-tank/#respond Tue, 04 Sep 2018 16:54:11 +0000 https://old.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/?p=318 With hard access and very tight restrictions this installation was no match for the NST installation teams! With high seismic and small footprint this tank had extra anchoring and G140 roof for extra protection! All SteelCore tanks offer a G140 roof galvanization no matter what the size. Adding extra corrosion protection from weather and time! […]

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With hard access and very tight restrictions this installation was no match for the NST installation teams! With high seismic and small footprint this tank had extra anchoring and G140 roof for extra protection! All SteelCore tanks offer a G140 roof galvanization no matter what the size. Adding extra corrosion protection from weather and time! Site specifically engineered SteelCore tanks carry a long 20 year manufacture warranty! Contact us for your next project! We can help you save on your next project. 888-672-6995 tanktalk@nationalstoragetank.com

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Just completed in California! https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/just-completed-in-california/ https://www.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/just-completed-in-california/#respond Tue, 04 Sep 2018 16:24:55 +0000 https://old.nationalstoragetank.com/blog/?p=311 Just completed in California! 150,000 gallon municipal potable water! Beautifully constructed and masterfully manufactured! Contact National Storage Tank today for your next tank project…. whether municipal, waste water, food process water, irrigation or fire protection, Our tank experts will assist you through the process, guide you through the engineering, and submittal process, installation and more. […]

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Just completed in California! 150,000 gallon municipal potable water! Beautifully constructed and masterfully manufactured! Contact National Storage Tank today for your next tank project…. whether municipal, waste water, food process water, irrigation or fire protection, Our tank experts will assist you through the process, guide you through the engineering, and submittal process, installation and more. We are your turnkey solution. Contact us at 888-672-6995. Or tanktalk@nationalstoragetank.com

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