Onion Water Tank
The Flexible Onion Water Tank is a quick storage option for commercial buildings, emergency storage areas and other industrial locations. Built with an easy-fill, open top design, these tanks are a reliable way to temporarily hold liquids on your site. Onion Tanks are especially useful in emergency water storage, leak containment and quick fill applications.
Self-Supporting Tanks are designed with a self-rising foam collar that will allow the tank to form as it fills with liquid. With no additional support required, these tanks have allowed sites to store as little or as much liquid as required for their site. When not in use, tanks are designed to lay fat for compact storage and/or transportation.
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Onion Tank Design
The design of an onion tank may vary slightly depending on your storage requirements and the intended storage area for your tanks. In general, most onion tanks are made with the following features:
- High or Low Sides
- Thick Material Floor
- Open Top
- Female Flange Fittings
(several adapters also available)
- NSF 61 and FDA Approved Fabrics
- Standard Sizing up to 20,000 gallons
(Custom Sizes Available on Request)
This design helps to create a self-supporting tank structure that can easily handle being filled and emptied of water multiple times.
Onion Tank Applications
The onion tank is an extremely flexible product that has been used in multiple applications to successfully store various types of water. Often used in emergency response situations, these tanks are the perfect way to keep water on hand for collection and storage in your location. Some of the many different applications these tanks have been used in include the following:
- Flexible Drinking Water Storage
- Fire Fighting Water Supply
- Remote Location Water Storage
- Emergency Response Under Vehicles
This water tank has been implemented in several water containment requirements including use in emergency relief efforts, fire fighting efforts, military operations, pool cleaning, and temporary water storage requirements.