Firefighting Tanks

Many new developments and premises require a firefighting water tank to be installed, to be filled with water that is readily available to be used to extinguish a fire in emergency situations. They are used in almost all types of applications, including schools, industrial buildings, petrol and service stations, temporary housing and hotels. The specification requirements for firefighting tanks differ from country to country around the world, in relation to design, materials, installation above ground or below ground and firefighting water suction connections. With experience of supplying firefighting water tanks to UK developments, you’re in the right place to find the product information you need.

The Carat XXL underground tank is commonly used as a firefighting water tank. In spite of its large capacity, the Carat XXL has all the advantages of a plastic tank: its comparatively low weight reduced both logistics and installation costs. Because the tank makes maximum use of the 2.5m wide loading space, a 52,000 litre tank can be transported without the need for an abnormal load vehicle. Lifting straps are included with the delivery for ease of offloading. For additional information about sizes, dimensions and storage volumes, click the link to view products in the above menu.

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