In the world of water system treatment, the choice of storage tanks plays a pivotal role in maintaining the integrity and efficiency of the treatment process. Three commonly used materials for these tanks are fiberglass, stainless steel, and polyethylene, each offering unique advantages to meet the specific needs of water treatment systems.
Most common application are:
  • Membrane System Permeate Storage
  • Treated Water Storage – Potable Water
  • Wastewater Storage
  • Sludge Concentration
  • UV Re-circulation Systems
  • City Water Storage
  • Pad Desing/Installation Coordination

Fiberglass Storage Tanks

Known for their exceptional durability and resistance to corrosion, fiberglass tanks are a preferred choice for many water treatment facilities. These tanks are non-reactive, making them suitable for storing a wide range of chemicals used in the treatment process. Additionally, fiberglass tanks are lightweight yet incredibly strong, making them easy to transport and install. Their longevity and low maintenance requirements make them a cost-effective choice for long-term water system treatment solutions.

Stainless Steel Storage Tanks

Stainless steel is revered for its superior strength, corrosion resistance, and hygienic properties, making it an excellent option for storing potable water and chemicals in water treatment plants. These tanks are highly resilient, ensuring that the stored water remains uncontaminated and safe for consumption. Stainless steel’s smooth, non-porous surface is easy to clean, reducing the risk of bacterial growth and ensuring the overall quality of the treated water.

Polyethylene Storage Tanks

Polyethylene tanks are widely used for their versatility and affordability in water system treatment applications. These tanks are lightweight, making them easy to transport and install, and they are resistant to many chemicals commonly used in water treatment. Additionally, polyethylene tanks are UV-resistant and require minimal maintenance, making them a budget-friendly option for small to medium-sized water treatment facilities.

Contact Lyons Filter Company today to assist you with sizing and supply about your water treatment enquires today.