Collapsible Frame Tank

Folding Frame Water Storage Tank

frame tankQuestion: I am looking for a folding frame tank I can use for emergency water storage. I saw at the bottom of the page that these tanks have been used by firefighters, but I did not see how big these
tanks could be. What are the sizing requirements for this tank? How have
firefighters used this tank?

Answer: The Frame Water Tank is a favorite for firefighters and customers looking for easy emergency water storage. One of the best advantages in using these tanks
is their ability to be made in multiple storage capacities. Tanks have been made as large as 5,000 gallons to store water for fire relief efforts or emergency storage.

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Standard Specifications for the Frame Tank

  • Capacities: 500 to 5,000 gallons
  • Frame Options: Steel or Aluminum Frames
  • Single Folded or Double Folded Options
  • Fittings: Standard is cam lock or storz
  • Tank Material: Typically heavy-duty vinyl liner, but can be made from different fabrics if specified by your site specifications.
    • Standard Tanks feature 22 oz. on the side and 28 oz. on the floor
    • Interior Liner can be NSF 61 approved

Use by Firefighters

The frame tank has been used frequently as a water dump tank for firefighters in remote areas or woods. This portable water tank allows water trucks to dump their water supply into the frame tank, then return to get more water. While the truck is retrieving additional water supplies, firefighting efforts can continue in the remote area.

Folding frame tanks are extremely flexible and have been known to have the following qualities:

  • Folds up for Transportation
  • Fast Setup Times
  • Double or Single Folded
  • Easy Connection to Hoses
  • Multi-Purpose Use
  • Custom Design Options Available

In addition to its use in firefighting relief efforts, the frame water tank may also be used for rainwater collection, water storage, and more. Some common uses will include:

  • Emergency Water Storage in Relief Efforts
  • HAZMAT or Oil Spill Cleanup Efforts
  • Aquaculture Farming
  • Secondary Containment for Tanks

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