Welded Steel Water Storage Tanks are ideal for long-term storage for NSF 61 potable water & water for either irrigation or manufacturing. When used in conjunction with an AWWA-approved interior coating these tanks are a long-lasting and proven solution to potable water storage issues. Exterior finishes are available in a wide range of colors. As with all our Welded Steel Tanks, these Water Tanks can be fabricated in a variety of shapes and configurations to fit your particular needs. All tanks include site-specific engineering.
One of the most visible types of tanks in any community to store municipal water are welded steel tanks, because of their size they naturally become somewhat of a local landmark and are used to advertise the city, a welcome message, or a short statement about the community, these tanks are so flexible they can be painted to showcase support of a local sports team, way of life or the best place to raise a family.
Our potable water welded steel tanks all come standard with fabrication in compliance NSF 61 standards in relation to the thickness of the retaining walls, flooring, and roofing additions. Each tank comes standard with a hinged roof hatch, anchors and seismic additions if needed, exterior painted whatever color the client prefers, and interior epoxy. Each tank meets or exceeds our own high-quality standards and completely tested, whether the tank is large and field-erected or whether it is fabricated in our climate-controlled production facilities the uncompromising attention to detail is legendary. Below are some of our more popular sizes, but we can always fabricate to your specification, just ask. Tanks over 30,000 Gallons are Field Erected.
We currently work with 100’s of professionals in the Fire Protection, Landscaping, Water Management, Commercial Facilities, and Risk Management industries to provide line drawings and specifications for their client’s projects. Our tanks are also approved and included in building plans for cities, counties, school districts, and municipalities. Let us know the information you need for the project plans you are working on.