Water tank lining systems are used to refurbish and prolong the life of your tank. Many untreated water tanks become corroded and produces scale formation which weakens the structure of the vessel, this creates conditions for bacteria such as Legionella and other micro aquatic organisms to form, our lining systems inhibits such contamination.
We provide a rapid installation service that causes minimal disruption to your patients and staff, if required we can return your tank to service in as little as four hours.
Our lining systems are WRAS, FDA &/or NSF approved materials are potable water and food contact approved and will provide a smooth finish which is easy to clean and will support your future inspections.
Where it is required to have tanks lined as a part of a general refurbishment program we have a tank lining system that is quick to install, is long lasting, provides ease of cleaning and prevention procedures against Legionnaires Disease.
Our tank lining systems are WRAS, FDA &/or NSF approved materials are potable water use.
The tanks are finished in a light, normally blue, colour for ease of cleaning and to aid your annual inspections.
Existing tanks are brought back into optimal use and extend tank expectancy by 20+ years.
- A cost effective repair solution to leaking and corroded water tanks.
- Compatible with existing bitumen lining.
- Easy clean, smooth finish.
- Ideal for tanks in difficult to reach areas.
- Long term protection.
- Ideal for hospitals, nursing homes and care homes.
- Supply and fitting of new tank lids.
- Minimal disruption.
- Quick completion.
- WRAS, FDA &/or NSF approved materials available.
- A cost effective alternative to replacement.
Should it be required we are also offer the supply of fibreglass fitted lids to existing water tanks to bring tanks with defective lids up to current legislation. The lids are fitted with both insect screens and air vents.
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