Wastewater Treatment Tanks

Conical water & wastewater treatment tanks are at the centre of clean water storage and wastewater management systems. The conical shape has advantages in cleaning, filtering and separating water components. It makes draining easy and complete. These versatile tanks can be used to store clean water and contaminated water safely and efficiently.

The industrial water treatment tanks have walls that are extra thick to cope with specific gravities of 1.5 SG – 2 SG. They are available in Polyethylene (PE) and Polypropylene Plastic (PP) materials for storing different chemicals and can be customised with fittings and flanges. The tanks are corrosive resistant and UV stabilised to withstand many years of outside use.

Our industrial water tanks are designed to withstand the challenge of the various wastewaters it encounters. Each system is built to the specifications required.

  • storage tanks for wastewater,
  • mixing or reaction vessels where wastewater is treated
  • tanks for dewatering and sludge for sludge storage
  • filter presses
  • other-equipment including, ph. adjustment and polymer make up units

The quality of the wastewater varies according to the industry, for example, food and drink manufacturers produce a lot of fats, oils, and greases with water high in COD content, whereas vegetable washings create wastewater that will have a high level of silt and suspended solids in the wastewater.

Wastewater Treatment Tanks


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Components Of A Wastewater Treatment System

Components Of A Wastewater Treatment System

A wastewater treatment system is designed to treat wastewater from factories, agriculture and industry. Each system is built to the specifications required for that particular type of wastewater. The chemical oxygen demand (COD) test is often used to monitor water treatment plant efficiency and is a measure of the quality of the water. Read more...

Why Mixer Baffles Improve Your Mixing Process

Why Mixer Baffles Improve Your Mixing Process


Mixer baffles in a tank is to reduce the swirling in the bulk fluid and promote circulation between the top and bottom of the tank ensuring the full liquid volumes passes through the high turbulence area of the impeller.  This, in turn, stabilises and minimize variation in the agitator power draw, however, one common issue that arises in mixing is an undesirable flow pattern. Read more...