Mudular Tank is a modern absorption tank that provides solutions to architects, engineers, and especially to property owners who ultimately also go to the government, because this system is very simple, efficient and economical when applied to channel rainwater into the ground or to reservoirs that require water. the rain.
Sigma Tank is a domestic product under license from Elmich Singapore, commonly known as Versi Tank.
The way to ‘catch’ rainwater is by using a modern infiltration well in the form of a modular tank which can be used as an infiltration tank (absorption tank) using geotextiles and as a ground water tank (water tank in the ground) using geotextiles and geomembrane.
The modular tank is “planted” under the open area, so that rainwater flowing on the surface of the open area can be absorbed into the tank. To increase the water capacity, you can add an inlet pipe that is channeled into the tank. The water stored in the tank will be absorbed back into the soil naturally, so that the layers of soil around the tank will be filled with water again as additional groundwater reserves.
QnA About Modular Tank
What are the benefits of a modular tank?
- Scalability: The modular design allows for easy expansion or reduction based on storage needs.
- Portability: Since they can be disassembled, they can be transported more easily than traditional tanks.
- Quick Installation: As the components are pre-fabricated, the installation process can be quicker than building a tank from scratch.
In which industries are modular tanks used?
They can be found in various industries like water storage, chemical storage, petroleum storage, and even in military applications where rapid deployment and disassembly might be necessary.
Do modular tanks require maintenance?
Like any storage solution, regular inspections and maintenance are necessary to ensure the longevity and safety of the tank. The specifics of this will depend on the material of the tank and what is being stored inside.
Can I customize a modular tank?
Yes, we offer customization options to fit specific needs or storage limitations.
Are modular tanks cost-effective?
While the initial cost may sometimes be higher due to the modularity aspect, the flexibility, reduced installation time, and potential for scalability can make them cost-effective in the long run for many applications.