Arch Nexus Living Building Challenge Project

Water Conservation and Sustainability are industries National Storage Tank, Inc is very passionate about This last year we worked with Architectural Nexus out of Sacramento, CA on their new office building for Living Building Challenge Certification “The Living Building Challenge is a green building certification program and sustainable design framework” In order to qualify, a building must be 100% self-sustainable and all materials used in the building must be

Architectural Feature and Functional Storage

Pictured below are 4 SteelCore® corrugated bolted steel tanks that were recently completed in St Helena, CA These tanks have been used both as architectural features and as functional storage vessels SteelCore tanks are a great choice for a variety of applications Read on to learn some of the many benefits these storage tanks can provide: Versatility- Corrugated bolted steel tanks aren’t only used for water storage They’ve

SteelCore® Galvanized Steel Tank Versatility

SteelCore® Galvanized Steel tanks like this one are highly functional, long lasting tanks They are aesthetically pleasing and can be integrated Architectully into any design to enhance or add to the desired look Rain Catchment is a very common use for SteelCore® tanks in building designs The galvanized corrugated exterior lends itself to a modern style which fits a variety of genres They can be partially or fully wrapped

182,290 Gallon Bolted Steel Tank in South Carolina

182,290 Flat Panel Factory Coated Bolted Steel tank in Langley SC was just completed by National Storage Tank This will be used for fire protection Engineered AWWA D103-09 and NFPA22 complaint Factory Coated Bolted steel tanks are versitile and can be used for food waste, brine, potable water, irrigation and fire protection applications Please reach out to our tank specialists for information, pricing and options for your liquid storage

Specialty waste Water Storage Tank in Illinois

This 1538’D x 3910’H wastewater storage tank and 2674’D x 1505’H secondary containment with a rain guard was just completed in Illinois by National Storage Tank This site presented a couple of unique challenges by requiring both a secondary containment tank while also needing to leave as small of a footprint as possible By working hand in hand with the site engineer and our structural engineers, manufacturing, and

Tank trio for Winery Tanks in Napa Valley

This tank trio was installed for irrigation and fire protection applications at a majestic winery overlooking Napa Valley Aren’t they lucky! This project required aesthetically pleasing tanks that also had multiple functions These tanks needed a higher freeboard due to the amount of seismic activity in California, but we also had to find a way to meet the dedicated water requirement without increasing the size of

Carbon Bolted Steel required for fire protection NFPA22

COMPLETE! This carbon bolted steel water storage tank was just recently completed in Connecticut with exterior insulation – required for fire protection NFPA22 If you are in need of fire protection, you’ve come to the right place Here is why you should come to us for any of your fire protection needs: Best Quality– When you need to put out a

Fire Tank Eddie World Truck Stop

YUM! This Bolted steel tank was installed by NST for fire protection and turned into a yummy treat for Eddie World truck stop What a treat to be a part of such a fun project! As you can see, you can do just about anything with a storage tank This required fire protection tank is now an icon in

Fire Protection Tanks & Exterior Insulation

According to NFPA 22 (161), “tanks subject to freezing shall be heated” Heating and insulating the tank can help prevent tanks from freezing and getting damaged The temperature of your tank can also be monitored by installing a low-water temperature alarm Today we’re going to talk a little bit about our fire protection insulation systems and how they can protect

Fire Protection Tanks and NFPA22 Compliance

Any water storage tank used for a fire pump (or for other fire protection uses) must meet NFPA 22, NFPA 20 and NFPA 13 design standards These standards are enforced by the fire marshal in each county Not only that, but every fire protection tank must also meet local building codes and be designed to ASCE standards Residential fire protection