Tank for drinking water and technical liquids RChV-SV
The tanks RChV-SV are meant for drinking and technical liquids storage with operating temperature up to 40 oC. They are manufactured in underground and land design and equipped with the necessary amount of inlet and outlet connecting pipes (as agreed with the Customer). Pipeline connection is flange or socket joint.
|Operating volume||from 0.3 to 60m3|
|Body material||spirally twisted pipes HDPE PE 100|
The tanks for drinking water and technical liquids RChV-SV of various sizes and purposes are made of constructional polymer materials and meant for non-pressure storage of drinking water, food and technical liquids being a part of iron removal stations (clean water tanks, wash water storage tanks, etc.), for firefighting water systems (fire tanks), rainwater systems (storage tanks), bodies of water treatment facilities, as well as a part of other technological lines and processes.
Cylindrical tank bodies are made of spirally twisted pipes HDPE TU BY 39051606.016-2011 with cavity walls and inner diameter from 0.8 to 2.4 m, length up to 13.8 m and volume up to 60 m3 (maximum dimensions are limited by transportation conditions). In order to increase the total volume of the tank farm, mounting of several tanks, as well as their simultaneous operation are possible.
In accordance with technological requirements and construction documentation, the tanks are equipped with manholes and connecting pipes with flanges for pipeline connection. According to construction documentation, the tanks can be also equipped with division walls, stop valves, gauge tubes, fasteners for different sensors.
Tanks and vessels are manufactured in horizontal or vertical design for land or underground mounting.
Land tanks are usually mounted on concrete foundation in buildings with minimum design temperature of + 5 oC (see guidelines for mounting).
Underground tanks of horizontal design are mounted on the prepared foundation. The body is fixed to the foundation by a rope or a cord. Depending on hydrogeological conditions, the foundation construction is calculated for stiffness and ascent (see guidelines for mounting).