Bolted Zinc Aluminum Steel Tanks
Zincalume Bolted Tanks are produced using steel sheets that have undergone a continuous coating process with a combination of zinc and aluminum. This coating is specifically designed to offer outstanding protection against corrosion, particularly when the tanks are exposed to severe atmospheric conditions. The aluminum in the coating acts as a barrier, shielding the steel, while the zinc component acts sacrificially to protect the exposed edges from damage.
Tailored to your needs, our water storage solutions are built with robust construction, ensuring exceptional durability and reliability. With a superior finish, these tanks offer long-lasting performance for various applications, including fire fighting, raw water storage, process water, domestic water, and potable as well as rainwater usage.
When constructing fire fighting tanks, the highest construction standard is maintained. Whenever feasible, a positive head or suction lift is employed, and horizontal centrifugal pumps are installed with a positive suction head, adhering to the following guidelines:
- The level of the pump center line should be no more than 2m above the low water level of the suction tank.
- A minimum of two-thirds of the effective capacity of the suction tank should be situated above the pump center line.
Industrial : Industries such as food, beverage, pharmaceuticals, automobile, engineering, textiles, electronics, and OEMs, among others, require a continuous water supply for a variety of purposes. These include applications like fire protection, industrial processes, domestic usage, drinking water, demineralized water, and various other applications.
Commercial & Agricultural : In today’s world, a consistent water supply is indispensable for our daily existence. It is not just essential for human survival but also plays a vital role in agriculture and commercial activities. The reliance on water extends beyond our basic needs, becoming crucial for sustaining both the agricultural sector and various commercial enterprises.
Prior to reintroducing water into the water grid or reusing it in industrial processes, wastewater treatment is crucial. Given the rising costs of water, its limited availability, and the increasingly strict regulations regarding contamination, this has become a critical concern for clients in various sectors globally. These sectors include municipal water treatment, mining, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, pulp and paper, animal processing, manufacturing, automobile, and related industries.