Flexi Tank Systems | Liquid Storage

Corrugated Reservoirs

Corrugated Reservoirs

Corrugated Reservoirs

Water Reservoirs and Liners

Corrugated Reservoirs are made with Iron frames with an inner liner of PVC or Polyurethane. The height of the Corrugation Reservoir allows for more liquid volume per square meter on the ground in comparison to stand alone Storage Static Tanks which only go 800mm high.

Budget friendly corrugated Iron tanks

By far the most cost effective solution in South Africa.

Cheapest option when compared to the more robust and durable Aluzinc round steel tank and the sectional steel panel tank,  in the water tank industry  the Aluzinc tank and sectional steel panel tanks are known as the Ferrari and Lamborghinis of tank,  and the Corrugated reservoirs are more known as the Volkswagens.  This means that the Corrugated tank is still a very reliable tank, it just does not have the capacity to go more than 500 thousand litters like the other two. ​Corrugated water tanks are constructed using panels of steel shipped to your location at a fraction of their full size and can install in just one day. Along the interior of the tank is a flexible liner to safely store water (or other liquids) and prevent any damage directly to the reservoir interior. Steel water tanks are a cost-effective storage method and are designed for strength. A 10-year manufacturer's warranty is included, depending on the tank model and size, and provided FTS tanks approved service professionals oversee the installation of your corrugated tank.

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Steel water tank

Corrugated Iron water tanks
Using the latest geomembrane technology, we make sure that the liquid stored inside is not contaminated: the tank is lined with a certified potable liner suitable for human and animal consumption.
Having a modular design, The Round Corrugated Tank can be shipped anywhere in the world and erected on-site very easily.
The Round Corrugated Tank can be produced in optional polymer coated colours that can blend into the environment.
The Round Corrugated Tank is designed to withstand wind speeds, thunderstorms and earthquakes.
Multiple Applications for corrugated tanks
The Round Corrugated iron Tank is suitable for a wide range of applications. In the agricultural sector they are ideal for irrigation, stock and poultry use. Additionally, they are widely used in the Industrial and Mining sector, for rural and domestic water storage, grain storage, waste water treatment plants, township development and for storing potable water in security estates. Furthermore, they can be used for certain chemical storage applications depending on the liner type and the chemical being stored. What’s more, their exceptional fireproofing qualities make The corrugated round Tank Extreme is ideal for firewater storage tanks.

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We also provide Liner services

  • Lining of Concrete reservoirs – Reservoir liners
  • Lining of Corrugated reservoirs – Corrugated liners
  • Lining of Mesh reservoirs – Mesh liners
  • Lining of Panel reservoirs – Panel liners
  • Lining of Zinc Tanks – Zinc Tank liners, Panel Tank liner
  • Lining of Earth Dam structures – Earth dam liners
  • PVC Liners
  • Damtarp Liners
  • HDPE Liners
  • Vinyl Liners
  • Pond liners

Advantages of a corrugated water reservoir tank

  • Cost effective Water storage solution.
  • Minimum Site preparation needed.
  • Movable.
  • Available in various sizes
  • Easy to assemble.
  • Can be transported by bakkie or trailer.
  • Can be assembled in remote and inaccessible areas.
  • Can withstand soil movement better than a concrete reservoir

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 Gallagher Corner, Gallagher Avenue, Richards Dr, Halfway House, Midrand, 1685

+ 27 (0) 11 058 8468 || + 27 (0) 60 506 0083

info@flexitanksystems.com

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