Fire Protection

Fire suppression storage tanks create a dedicated location for a specific volume of water that can be used by fire departments to supplement or act as the main source of water in fire suppression.

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Waste Water

A holding tank, also called a waste water holding tank or black (water) tank, is a container for storing sewage during the multiple phases of the processing.

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Liquid Storage

Climate, Inc. manufactures liquid storage carbon steel bolted tanks with several finishes of glass fused to steel, epoxy, powder coated, and galvanized

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Agricultural

Agricultural use is associated with livestock watering, feedlots, dairy operations, cooling of facilities for the animals, and animal products such as milk, dairy sanitation and wash down of facilities, animal waste-disposal systems, and dry bulk storage.

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Chemical Storage

A chemical tank is of necessity and designed for a specific chemical, as all chemicals have variable corrosion potentials there are no, one size fits all. The chemical and application parameters will dictate the design of the tank.

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Storm Water Detention

A stormwater detention tanks is a structure designed to manage excess stormwater runoff on a developed site, often in an urban setting. These tanks are considerably less expensive and easier to maintain year over year than a conventional detention pond.

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Rainwater Storage

Rainwater harvesting’s economic feasibility can also be calculated by its synergistic values; specific components: tank, pre-filter, calming inlet, floating extractor, siphon overflow

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Bulk Storage

Climate carbon steel bolted tanks are suited to tough environments where dependability is a vital characteristic. They can withstand the extremes of the environment in any urban, rural, or remote locations

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