Easy Stainless Steel water Tanks are made from premium food grade stainless steel and have a service life will in excess of 40 years and are designed to withstand the harshest of climatic conditions. The reputation of Stainless Steel is a strong, durable and hygienic material is unsurpassed – in fact it is mandatory for food and pharmaceutical processing plants, hospitals and other sterile areas. You will have peace of mind when it comes to the quality of your water.
However, to fully enjoy the benefits of your Stainless steel tank, it is important a few basic rules are followed while installation
- The tank must be installed on a flat and even surface with a strong support.
- Water outlet and discharge point should use SS 304 pipe fitting and other non-ferrous and non-poisonous product (ABS, PVC & Poly pipe). Mild Steel and GI Fittings should not be used.
- Stop-cock should be placed at the end of the outlet for emergency case.
- Any extra water inlet / outlet should be requested before fabrication. No alteration or addition of water outlet provided after purchase.
- All the water pipes connected to the tank openings must be firmly installed.
- Discharge point should have pipe and valve in order to discharge any dirty water or sediment from the tank. Recommended to discharge regularly.
- The location for tank installation must be far away from chemical materials or liquids.
- Do not use underground contaminated water or chemical for storage. If the TDS value is less than 200PPM 304 grade stainless steel tank would give you a long trouble free performance. For TDS levels more than 200ppm 316 Grade stainless steel tanks would be more suitable.
However, installing a water softener for TDS more than 200PPM would be a prudent stem rather than choosing 316 Grade over a 304 grade.
- Ensure all pipes connected to the tank are well supported and properly aligned.
Ideal for well ventilated surrounding (e.g. Outside building structures or open space).
Water pumps (if required) should be connected from distance of not less than 3 meter from tank. Piping for such pump connections to tank is recommended to be in "ladder" patterns to disperse adverse effects of violent vibrations caused by pressure generated by pump.