Collapsible Frame Tank (also called a Folding Frame Tank / Fire Fighting frame tank) is a type of Collapsible Flexi tank mainly used for bulk water storage in fire fighting, spill recovery, or disaster relief sites. This tank is a favorite use of firefighters and first responders who are looking to keep a large supply in remote areas or at those sites where space is very limited.
Frame tanks are very common use for Aquaponics. Manufactured with a quick erect foldable open-top robust construction these tanks are very easy to set up and tear down. Premium quality of highly strong, elastic, heat & UV resistant, heavy-duty food-grade reinforced PVC fabric along with a wide range of special government-approved material coated liners ensure any weather situation usage of Collapsible Modular Tanks along with less transportation and labor cost.
Moreover, to its modular design, a set of frames can be used in different sizes anywhere even virtually or on the landscape. This trait of this tank makes it versatile, ideal, and very economical usage for Drinking water/Fuels/Hydrocarbons/Waste products storage tanks for sites and people under natural calamities like tsunamis, earthquakes, etc.
Fabric specification: PVC, PES/PES, dtex high tenacity polyamide for oil and large water storage
Available accessories specification: Swivel pole connector, Galvanized foot, Pole and cap, outlet plug, horizontal cross poles, leg poles, Allen key, repair key, ground sheet, packing case, nipple, etc.
32 mm hexagonaldiawith galvanized steel framework dimension 1.75m x 1.15m x 1.00m.
|Tank Reference||Capacity (litres)||Number of Sides||Ground Ø Required (m)|
|Material Properties||Unit||Test Method||Typical Values|
|Yarn||–||–||100% PES 110 d/tex
12 x 12 threads/cm
|Total weight||g/m2||DIN EN ISO 2286-2||1100|
|Tensile strength||N/5cm||EN ISO 1421-1||Warp 4000
|Tear strength||N||DIN 53 363||Warp 600
|Coating adhesion||N/5cm||EN ISO 2411||12|
|Temperature resistance||°C||DIN EN 1876-2||-30 to +70|
|Special properties||–||–||Suitable for contact with potable water and food|