There are high safety requirements for the storage of water-polluting liquids
According to the provisions of the Water Resources Act (Section 19 WHG), water-polluting liquids may only be used in suitable and approved containers, e.g. stored in a Haase flat-bottom tank. A particular advantage of these tanks made of glass fiber reinforced plastic: They can be assembled on site, so difficult access conditions are not a problem.
USER OF THE HAASE FLAT-BOTTOM TANK
- Wastewater treatment plants
- Utility companies
- Road maintenance
- Baths operations
- Company gas stations
- Recycling company
- Data centers
- Hotels / Kitchens
- Agricultural holdings
- and many more: Users from industry, craft and municipalities
- Diesel fuel
- Urea / AdBlue
- Lubricating oils
- Firefighting foam
- Salt brine
- Food waste
- Swimming pool water
- Numerous acids and bases
Further media on request and according to media? list of the German Institute for Building Technology (DIBt), Berlin
OF THE HAASE FLAT-BOTTOM TANK
Automatic tightness monitoring in the double-walled flat-bottom tank from Haase – a drip pan is not required.
The large number of diameter-height combinations available makes it possible to use the right tank size for almost every system. The tank offers the greatest possible flexibility with regard to the number, dimensions and arrangement of the connections and fittings.
Glass fiber reinforced plastic (GRP) is dimensionally stable, corrosion-free, chemically durable and temperature-stable.
The Haase flat-bottom tank is supplied in system parts and is only installed at the installation site. An approx. 80 cm wide door is sufficient, for example, to insert a tank with a volume of 40 m³.
A nationwide network of qualified specialist partners ensures short delivery and assembly times.
Approved for earthquake zones
According to approval, Haase flat-bottom tanks may be installed in earthquake zones.
The flat-bottom tank from Haase is constructed with double walls. This means that there is a second tank in the outer tank. The outer and inner tanks are each completely sealed. The control room is located between the walls and is automatically monitored around the clock by a vacuum leak detector.
Double-walled flat-bottom tanks from Haase therefore do not require a sump. Even in water protection areas, it is allowed to put these tanks "just like that" in the room.
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT FOR THE FLAT-BOTTOM TANK
- Leak detector
- Overfill protection
- Level measurement
- Connections made of GRP, PVC, KG or metal
- Foot valves
- Pipelines between the tanks
- Tank insulation
- Container heater
- Flushing rings
- Sloping floor
- Filling cabinets
THE RIGHT TANK SIZE FOR YOUR NEEDS
No installation room is like the other: one is wide and low, the other is narrow and high. One customer needs more storage space, the other less. Haase offers 10 different diameters from 1.03 m to 4.00 m and 9 standard heights between 1.05 m and 3.30 m: This way, every installation room can be optimally used.
FLAT-BOTTOM TANKS MADE OF GRP
The Haase flat-bottom tanks are characterized by their high chemical and mechanical strength. Because of the material GRP, they are particularly durable, age and weather resistant as well as odor and diffusion tight. Thanks to the low weight, moving the tank is also not a problem.
You can find more information on our GRP material and the various manufacturing processes on the following page.
THE FLAT-BOTTOM TANK IN PRACTICE:
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Do you have any questions, would you like a specific offer or a free and non-binding on-site appointment? Then send us a message using our contact form or call your contact person Mr. Sebastian Eggert directly at +49 35 952 – 355 19.