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Water Purification 101 Edition #005 BY G. Vincent. Wooden Water Tanks, Drinking Water and Fire Water Storage, Field Fabricated and Installed
Wooden water tanks atop a building produces hydrostatic pressure at the rate of 1 psig for each 2.34 feet of vertical elevation. A 16 story building 234 feet tall, produces 100 psi of water pressure at grade.
Indoor plumbing began replacing well-drawn water in the 1840s, and when a post-Civil War housing boom led to higher buildings, water towers became necessary to keep up the pressure. Approximately 10,000 currently dot the city skyline.
Wooden tanks look good but over time they degrade and begin to leak. Repairs to wooden tanks can be easily effected by inserting plastic poly-tanks into the existing wooden tank.
Plastic tanks repair wooden tanks, by inserting a polytank into wood tank, you can retain the look of wood with the long life and zero maintenance of a plastic tank made of polyethylene...
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