Potable Water Storage Tanks

Elevated and ground storage tanks for potable water are designed to provide a sufficient quantity of water for peak demand and fire flow, and to maintain relatively constant pressure in the distribution system. On a daily basis, the level of water in these tanks does not fluctuate dramatically, resulting in stagnation, temperature gradients, and disinfection by-product formation.

An AquaBlend Potable Water Mixing System provides mixing of water storage tanks, ensuring high quality water is provided to end-users by homogenizing tank contents and minimizing the amount of residual disinfectant needed.

“[The city previously] had to take their water tower offline in the winter to prevent it from freezing… The AquaBlend system will now ensure availability of water year-around.” Greg L. – Engineer for Montana WWTP


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Energy Efficiency
  • Low power usage
  • Greater energy efficiency than mechanical mixers
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Straightforward Operation
  • No motors or electrical components in the tank that require maintenance
  • Zero in-tank maintenance
  • Minimal maintenance of out-of-tank components (compressors, receivers, and air control valves) in controlled environments
Process Optimization
  • Homogenization of tank contents
  • Disinfection depletion slowdown
  • Reduction of tank flushing and batch chlorination dosing
  • Reduction of DBP formation, and taste/odor issues
  • Elimination of thermal stratification
  • Freezing/ice damage prevention
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Unparalleled Flexibility
  • Bottom-up mixing in tanks of any size
  • Increase of water supply quality and volume