Fire Fighting Water Storage Tanks
Emergency Water Tanks for Home or Business Use
Fire protection water storage tanks provide fire fighters, residents and businesses with water in locations where the demand for water can exceed the available municipal water supply. This is especially true for suburban or rural areas served by wells, with limited delivery, or locations prone to wild fires.
Fire fighting water storage tanks have multiple options that can supply fire hoses during an emergency. Corrugated steel water tanks with hydrant outlets are an economical option for commercial, industrial, or municipal fire fighting water storage. Open top onion tanks and folding frame tanks are portable water storage tanks that fire fighters can easily transport, set up, and fill at remote locations.
Portable Water Tanks for Fire Fighting
Portable water tanks are collapsible, and built tough for reliability and reuse. These portable water storage tanks are excellent water tanks for fire suppression in remote locations, forests, or rural areas that may suffer wild fires. Since these units have an open top, fire hoses can be placed directly into the top of the water tank for fast filling. From here, these open top tanks can be used with pumps and other firefighting equipment. Because of their quick-fill design, water trucks have time to refill the portable water tanks while firefighting efforts are still underway.
Portable Water Tank Advantages
Collapsible Pillow Tanks for Fire Water Storage
Popular for emergency fire water storage, Collapsible Pillow Tanks are known for being both practical and economical. Our collapsible tanks are constructed from a flexible fabric material, can fit in the hardest to reach spaces, and when filled, will stay low in profile. They also fold flat for storage. Their versatility and easy installation have made them perfect for industrial, commercial, and residential areas. This option for emergency fire fighting water supply storage in sizes ranging from 25 to 210,000 gallons.
Water Sprayer Trailers for Fire Fighting
Fire control Water Trailers are an easy way to put out small grass or brush fires, or even dampen your property or home. Equipped with both a fire hose attachment and a rear spray bar, these tanks are often used in rural or remote locations, as they can reach locations not accessible by larger equipment. Each comes with a Honda engine and pump, along with multiple filling options. These fire fighting water trailers are available with tank storage capacities ranging from 500 to 1,600 gallons.
All of these water storage tanks are affordable fire protection options.Whether you're a fire department that needs to store water for firefighting in remote locations, a farm owner who wants a quick way to put out small fires, a homeowner wanting to protect his property, or a business that needs to meet NFPA and AWWA fire protection standards, our fire fighting water tanks can help meet your water storage needs.
Corrugated Steel Tanks for Fire Water Storage
Corrugated Steel Tanks are a durable and cost-effective option for fire water storage. These Fire Protection Water Storage Tanks are designed, constructed, and installed according to "Water Tanks for Private Fire Protection" National Fire Protection Association NFPA standard No. 22 standards. Corrugated water tanks can be used for Dual-Purpose Water Storage, which increases efficiency and decreases overall operation costs. A stand pipe is installed so that the mandated usable volume for fire protection is maintained, while the amount above the stand pipe allows for use as process water, irrigation, to flush toilets, or wash vehicles. Some areas may limit water usage. All fire department connections, pipes, and hydrant outlets must meet fire marshal approval.
Corrugated Steel Tank Advantages
Fire Sprinkler System Water Tanks
In addition to these fire fighting water tanks, we also a selection of welded steel tanks for the storage of water for fire sprinkler or fire protection systems:
Steel Tanks Designed for Fire Protection, have long lifespans and are securely set in place. Comply with fire codes for industrial, commercial and institutional buildings.