Water treatment systems are imperative for ensuring that the quality and safety of water used for drinking, irrigation, recreation, and industrial uses is never compromised. These treatment systems will remove contaminants so that it’s able to be used for a variety of purposes. Entire towns and cities rely on these processes to supply residents and businesses with what they need.
For example, 70% of the water in the Marcellus Shale gas country in Pennsylvania is recycled, which means it’s critical these water treatment systems work as they should.
But it’s not enough that these systems simply work; they need to work effectively. With all of the different types of water treatment tanks available, it can be difficult to know which kind of water treatment container will reliably serve your city or organization’s needs best while, ideally, saving you time and money in the process. That’s where modular water tanks come in. Below, we’ll take a look at just a few of the advantages of using modular tanks as part of a water treatment system.
- They’re portable
Other types of treatment tanks can be cumbersome, making them impossible to deliver or move. But with modular models, you won’t have to stress about getting them where they need to go. These pieces can easily be transported to your location and can potentially be moved for quick or emergency setup. In the oil and gas world, these portable wastewater treatment tanks have become the industry standard.
- They require minimal installation effort
Some tanks will require an entire crew and many days to set up. This can cost you a lot of time and money, neither of which many organizations have to spare. This can also be extremely problematic in more remote areas, where work crews are hard to come by. But modular tanks are quick and easy to install, meaning that your project won’t be subject to costly delays. Even with only a couple of workers and basic tools, these tanks won’t be difficult to install.
- They’re versatile
We specialize in making custom solutions for your storage needs. That’s largely because modular options offer a wider range of sizes and capabilities. Whether you need a smaller square tank or our biggest rectangular-shaped storage system, we’ve got you covered. We can even create special shapes for unique locations and requirements. These tanks can also be free-standing or permanently anchored. Essentially, any kind of tank you need, we can make it happen.
If you’d like to find out more on how our modular tanks can help you perform necessary water treatment tasks more effectively, contact ModuTank today.