Fire Sprinkler Water Storage Tanks
Fire sprinkler water storage tanks widely used to supply water for the sprinkler system in a residential, commercial building or industrial space. A sprinkler system is designed to use water to put out a fire, which protects lives and property from fire. Due to the dangerous and destructive nature of fire, fire protection systems and their components must meet the local regulations. Fire sprinkler water storage tank is the best option for any fire suppression or sprinkler system.
Fire sprinkler water storage tank is made of Glass-Fused-to-Steel, which combines the strength and flexibility of steel and outstanding corrosion resistance of glass. So Glass-Fused-to-Steel fire sprinkler water storage tanks can provide many advantages over standard epoxy or welded painted storage tanks. Center Enamel's Glass-Fused-to-Steel Tanks conform to the American Water Works Association (AWWA) D103-09and OSHA, also certified by NSF61. Compliance with both drinking / potable water storage standards and fire water protection standards allows the same CEC GFS tank for both applications, as well as creating a “dual use”. Increasing efficiency and lower construction cost.
Flexibility Tank Sizes Design
The fire sprinkler water storage tank can be manufactured in a wide variety of capacities, ranging from 20m³ to 20000m³. Industrial effluent tanks also can be custom designed to fit your particular application, with varying widths, heights, and other requirements. In the areas where space is limited, the industrial effluent storage tanks can be made tall and narrow for a smaller footprint, or they can be made wider where vertical space is constrained. The design options of industrial effluent tanks are practically limitless and can allow for great flexibility in demanding applications.
All fire sprinkler tanks are made of Glass-Fused-to-Steel that offers low maintenance and extended lifespans. our GFS tank engineers make tank engineering calculation on each specific tank structure according to project local environmental conditions, such as snow load, wind speed, seismic zone, etc., to make sure the tank structure's adequate security in long-term service life. Please do not hesitate to contact our team for more information on all fire protection tank options.