- AWWA – Potable FDA Water Storage Tanks with AWWA Specifications
- Chemical Storage, High Purity Water Storage
- NFPA 22 – Fire Water Storage, Rain Water, Storm Water
- Stainless Steel and Carbon Steel (Galvanized and High Tech Coated) Bolted Carbon Steel
- Permanent Long Term Storage with Zero Maintenance.
Bolted Steel Tanks built to AWWA & NFPA & NSF Specifications and Standards
Available in a size range of 25,000 to 500,000 gallons.
Most Counties in the US require new construction to include some consideration for fire water storage.
NFPA (National Fire Prevention Association) specifications are used by Fire Marshalls as to create uniformity and a consistent equipment profile.
The main goal is to have a reservoir of water to use in fighting fires, that a fire department system or a fire suppression system is able to utilize.
Usable reservoirs for Fire Departments to access to fight home fires, without these reservoirs many homes would burn.
We are our own first line of defense, as a home owner we need to consider that in the case of a fire, infrastructure may very well fail.
We need our own backup systems in place and ready, water reservoir and our own pumps to fight a fire.
Reservoir materials of construction, Plastic tanks, fiberglass and polyethylene and bolted steel are excellent devices and relativity free of maintenance.
Underground concrete and fiberglass are very serviceable materials but are expensive. Available from 25,000 to 500,000 gallons.
Fire drills should be included in any remote setting, consult and obtain permits from proper authorities..