Raw water tanks are designed to compensate for water losses in a water treatment system. Raw water tanks are used to hold the overflow and displacement water and generally fitted with level control for a mains water top-up. These tanks also compensate for water losses and protect pumps against dry running.
These water tanks are used for the temporary storage of raw water before it is treated when used in a water treatment system or for drinking water treatment. These water storage tanks are generally fitted with the following features, mains water top-up feed ( which will often require an AB air gap to meet CAT5 requirements), top lid for access to instrumentation, and inlet pipes, high-level overflow and low-level drain.
Our tanks are available as vertical cylindrical tanks up to 30,000 litres here.