Fire Water Tanks
Fire water tanks are designed to provide emergency water supply for fires by holding the water at high pressure to prevent the release of steam. Fire water tanks are usually made of steel and have a pressure relief valve installed at ground level or higher up in the tank depending on local code requirements. There are also other features available on some fire water tanks such as anti-siphon valves which help prevent back siphoning of the stored water after it has been released from its storage vessel via a relief valve.
The benefits of a fire water tank are:
-They provide you with a great solution to water storage that can be used in emergency situations.
-Fire water tanks are extremely durable and will last for years.
-It is easy to transport and store them anywhere you want.
They are used in a variety of applications, including fire protection. The most common applications are for emergency and standby power, water storage tanks for municipal water systems, and cooling towers for industrial facilities. You get the best of both worlds with a fire water tank—the convenience of running water inside and outside your home, and the peace of mind that comes from knowing your family will be safe if there's a fire.