frequently asked questions
GRP water storage tanks can be used for a wide range of applications including domestic, commercial, industrial and agricultural industries.
Base and access requirements differ slightly for the various tank designs. For information about the clearance required around the tank for installation and maintenance click here.
Potable water storage tanks are suitable for the safe storage of drinking water. Non-potable or grey water tanks are used for water storage that has not been passed for human consumption, but may still be used for many other purposes, depending on its quality.
A Format 30 water storage tank will be complete with a heavy-duty panel cover, screened overflow and breather, having roof and sidewall panels insulated with encapsulated CRC-Free polyurethane foam.
The type of water tank you may need is dependent on what you are looking to use the tank for.
One Piece water storage tanks are ideal for cost effective water storage solutions. Sizes range from 10 litres to 4500 litres. One piece tanks can be used for both indoor and outdoor storage purposes.
Sectional water storage tanks are ideal for where space restrictions are an issue, and for storing large volumes of water.
We do not give water tank capacities but as a guideline please use our water tank calculator.
Nominal capacity: is the volume of the tank when it is filled to the top.
Actual capacity: is the volume of the tank when filled to maximum working level.
Please visit our downloads section in order to view our Operations and Maintenance manual.
CPR (Construction Products Regulations 305/2011) covers products that are covered by Harmonised European Standards for example waste water treatment systems. CE marking & certification does not apply to products that are not covered by Harmonised European Standards. GRP cold water storage tanks are not covered by such a standard however we do manufacture our tanks in accordance to BS6700, ISO9001-2015 & they carry WRAS approval.