Water Tank

Super Tower Industries

Scope of Work
  • Skilled and experienced technicians for water tank installation and repair.
  • Replacement of damaged panels or components as needed.
  • Expertise in working with different tank materials like GRP/FRP, stainless steel, pressed steel, glass fused to steel, etc.
  • Proper dismantling and installation of panels, ensuring secure connections.
  • Use of high-quality bolts, nuts, gaskets, and other necessary hardware.
  • Adherence to safety protocols during repairs and maintenance.
  • Testing for leaks and conducting necessary repairs.
  • Flushing and cleaning of the tank to ensure cleanliness and proper functioning.
  • Removal of debris and contaminants from the tank.
  • Compliance with regulatory requirements and submission of necessary documentation.
Super Tower Industries

Scope of Work
  • Regular servicing and inspection of water tanks to identify potential issues.
  • Cleaning and sterilization of the tank to maintain hygiene and prevent bacterial growth.
  • Water sampling and testing to ensure water quality meets regulatory standards.
  • Comprehensive maintenance plans tailored to specific tank models.
  • Assessment of gas levels (CO and O2) for safety compliance.
  • Engagement of safety assessors for risk assessment and necessary permits.
  • Availability of confined space-certified personnel for confined space entry, if required.
  • Provision of air blowers or other equipment necessary for repair and maintenance tasks.
  • Efficient shutdown and draining of the tank during repair works.
  • Timely communication and reporting to regulatory authorities as per guidelines.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Corrosion: While GRP tanks are resistant to corrosion, metallic components such as bolts and fittings can still corrode over time, leading to leaks and structural weakness.
Structural Reinforcement: Reinforce the structural integrity of the GRP tank by ensuring proper installation, adequate support, and adherence to manufacturer guidelines. Additionally, consider reinforcing vulnerable areas prone to impact or stress, such as corners and seams.
Rust formation on the surface of steel tanks is a visible sign of corrosion. If left unchecked, rust can penetrate the tank's surface and compromise its integrity.
Remove rust from the surface of the tank using appropriate methods such as wire brushing, sandblasting, or chemical treatment. Once rust is removed, apply rust-inhibiting coatings to prevent its recurrence.