Types of water tanks

Types of tanks are distributed among ground tanks, upper tanks, sheet tank, fiberglass tank, reinforced concrete tank and plastic tanks.

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Ground reservoirs are those that we find in the outer courtyard of the place. The upper ones are those that exist at the top of the house for example. The tin tank is of its name, made of sheet metal, with its exterior and inside coating with a stainless material. The fiberglass tank is made of fiberglass.
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A reinforced concrete tank that depends on its manufacture on reinforced concrete.

Plastic designed to collect water in it like other reservoirs.

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Water tanks such as other freezers need periodic care and cleaning to remove any residue, sediment and dirt found in reservoirs that can cause several health problems.

They may affect the taste and smell of drinking water.

Organic such as algae that are present on the sides of the tank. Sediments are some types of minerals such as calcium that settle at the bottom of a water tank, or some small metal particles that enter the water tank due to some disturbances during water flow or a defect in pipes or plumbing systems.

There are many simple methods used to clean water tanks, such as removing sediment after removing water from the tank and disinfection, and the other way is to clean deposits from the bottom of the tank directly.


Cleaning methods for water tanks

All water sources and valves distributed, especially those that supply water to the reservoir, which is usually near the water meter, must be closed. Work on moving sediment to start disposal and any residue. Continue stirring until the water starts with turbidity to start the sediment by hanging in water with a clean brush or stick. Open the cold water faucet for drainage and preferably choose the faucet closest to the tank.
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Start by scraping sediments or residues from them may be located at the bottom of the tank or on the sides. Working on removing the water from the tank so that we keep about 30 cm in the tank. Open the water valve to supply the tank with a new amount of water to expel the sediment. Close the cold water faucet.
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Use chlorine in cleaning Method 2 By adding chlorine (sodium hypochlorite) Wear protective goggles before you start cleaning. Wear special rubber gloves. Use one large spoonful of 15 ml of chlorine per 200 liters of water. As a quick example, we will add 3 tablespoons, about 45 ml of chlorine-free household bleach, to 6% of chlorine solution to the top of the tank.

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