We specialise in commercial and industrial tanks engineered and designed for modular, on-site bolted construction.
At times, off-the -shelf engineering and products are available for economy and rapid deployment here and overseas. Off-the-shelf and Custom Designs and Specifications both utilise sectional, modular plates or sheets mostly in steel.
Capacities – to 40ML (40,000m3) based on configurations of diameter from 4 meters to 116 meters, with heights ranging to beyond 40 meters.
Suitable – for a wide spectrum of water, liquids and some fuels (API codes available). Tank are protected with various coatings or flexible membrane linings for longevity and lower maintenance.
Coatings – Glass Fused Tanks to Steel and Epoxy, modified system – both are “factory coated” and furnace fused or oven baked within meaning of ANSI-AWWA Design Code D103-97
Galvanised or Painted – (wet sprayed or powder coated) in a wide range of colours.
Roof Covers – optional selection of roofs, including designs of low-level Deck style, Dome of the geodesic type “Geodome”TM, low profile Dome elevations and Bio-Gas/Anaerobic Digestion Membrane Cover Roofs.
Materials of Construction – for tanks – Aluminium, Stainless & High Tensile Steel
Codes & Standards – Tank are manufactured in Australia and overseas so we can offer experience and compliance to a range of ASA – Australian AS or ANZS standards and global standards & codes. Such as ANSI – AWWA, ASCE, API, BS and EN
Often buyers seek commercial and industrial tanks complying with one or more of these codes. We also offer proprietary, in-house design codes usually in combination with one or more of the above.
Specifiers and Owner’s regularly seek conformance with, typically AS 1170 and parts there-of. Or ANZS but tanks can not be designed in isolation to either without reference to more tank-specific design formulae. Our collective team can make that happen for stakeholders.
Sectional, bolted together modules for the wall and floor in these tanks and are available in a range of materials, finishes and sizes. Typically for Potable Water, Cooling and Fire Service applications.
The square or rectangle configuration is not as cost effective as the cylindrical, however they suit installations in and on buildings, especially for Fire Service storage.