Polluted water from industrial, municipal, agricultural and other sources is ideally held in wastewater treatment tanks for various decontamination processes. Industrial water treatment tanks are typically used for pH balancing, chlorination, sludge, raw waste, flocculation, sequencing reactors, anaerobic digestion and aerobic digestion.
Such tanks are essential for large municipalities and small cities. Limited public funds demand tanks with extended lifespans. Municipal wastewater treatment plants process human waste, along with wastewater from garbage disposals, sinks, showers and tubs, washing machines and drains.
Municipal applications of water treatment include aeration tanks, receiving tanks, gas tanks, batch reactor tanks, anaerobic digestion tanks, aerobic digestion tanks, holding tanks, sludge tanks, effluent tanks and clarifier tanks.
Sewage treatment eliminates contaminants from sewage and wastewater. Treatment utilizes biological processing involving aerated ponds, sand filters and activated sludge, along with settlement. Once the water is treated, it may be returned to the environment with a negative ecological impact.
Water treatment utilities, producing potable water for human consumption, incorporate numerous tanks in the water treatment process for holding raw water, storing chemical coagulants, flocculation basins, sedimentation basins, and for finished water.
Since 1970, Modutank Inc. has offered oil/water separation and source tanks, as well as secondary containment systems for most applications. Composed of modular steel components and fitted with various liner materials, our tanks feature rapid bolt-together assembly with hand tools. Separation tanks can be installed free-standing on level, compacted surfaces or permanently anchor-bolted to concrete footings. Modularity assures a wide range of sizes and capacities. Furthermore, our flat panel tanks can be configured in square, rectangular or special shapes for irregular sites. Many ancillaries are available.