Fire Water Tanks

Fire Water Tanks

Tank Liners Sydney by Raven Engineering Group is a leading provider of fire water tank supply, installation, inspection, and maintenance services across Australia. With a team of experienced experts, Tank Liners Sydney by Raven Engineering Group ensures that fire water tanks remain compliant, operational, and ready for use during emergencies throughout their lifespan.

Tank Liners Sydney by Raven Engineering Group also offers a wide range of fire water panel tanks, including stainless steel and hot-dipped galvanised steel tanks, to meet the needs of commercial and industrial customers. These tanks are designed to integrate seamlessly with existing suppression systems, providing reliable and efficient fire protection.

The Ultimate in Bushfire Protection

Commercial operators in rural Australia are especially vulnerable to bushfires, which can happen at any time of year. To protect their assets, employees, and livestock, it is crucial for these businesses to have a reliable and adequate supply of fire water on hand.

Keeping Compliant

This is not only a good idea, but it is also the law. Fire water systems are critical for protecting people and property in the event of a fire, so it is important to make sure that they are in good working order at all times.

Tank Liners Sydney by Raven Engineering Group recommends inspecting fire water tanks at least yearly, while cleaning, replacing liners, and conducting other major repair works every ten years or as required. This is a good general guideline, but it is important to note that the specific inspection and maintenance requirements for fire water systems will vary depending on the type of system, the size of the building, and the local regulations.

Maximising Site Protection

Commercial sites requiring fire water tanks are usually already densely designed, but considering a few additions to their installation alone can maximize a site’s safety for everyone. Here are some ideas:

Steel Panel Fire Tanks: The Better Choice

Fire tanks are specifically designed to withstand the extreme heat and flames of bushfires and other fires. They also need to be reliable in dangerous commercial environments where explosions can happen. This makes the materials and design of fire tanks the most important and carefully tested aspects of the entire system.

Australian industry is moving away from poly tanks and using galvanized steel tanks instead. Galvanized steel tanks are more durable, fire-resistant, and explosion-resistant than poly tanks. They also have a longer lifespan and require less maintenance.