150 Gallon Water Tank
FAQ: Do Non-Potable Bladder Tanks Come with Fittings?
Question: Hello. I am looking for a 150 gallon water tank, preferably a bladder tank. I need to store non-potable water that I will be using for washing and flushing toilets. Do you have a bladder tank in this size? What kind of fitting options do they have?
Answer: In general, a collapsible tank can be made in any capacity between 1 and 210,000 gallons. This can provide you with several options for gray water storage, including a tank with a capacity of 150 gallons. These tanks can be made from several fabrics including:
- Polymer Alloy
- E PVC Coated Materials
In addition, if you have any kind of space restrictions or additional storage requirements, please feel free to let us know. As a highly flexible unit, this tank can be used to store water for drinking, rainwater collection and multiple gray water requirements. In addition to the flexible tank, we also offer several water storage tanks that can be used to store water in your location.
Collapsible Water Tank Fittings
The collapsible water tank is usually equipped with a couple of standard fittings that will include the following:
- Ball Valves (3/4" through 2")
- Adapters (threaded, storz, cam lock)
- Pressure Relief Vents
If you require additional fittings, please let us know. We can add almost any fitting to a collapsible tank and are more than happy to work with you to see if we can meet your storage requirements. Additional fittings have included:
- Repair Kits
- Pressure Relief Valves
- Larger Ball Valves (4" through 6")
For adapters, please make sure you specify the type of adapter you are requiring for your location.
Advantages to Water Bladder Tanks
Using a 150 gallon water tank, especially for the utilities that you have mentioned, may offer you several advantages including the following:
- Easy to Use and Setup to a Location
- Several Fittings Available
- Safe for Several Types of Gray Water
- Reliable Storage Option
- High or Low Visibility Required
- Used for Multiple Locations
These tanks have often been hooked up to utilities, sprinklers, downspouts, and other equipment requiring water connection. Fittings will often allow the tank to be hooked up to piping, networks, and other draining areas to fully connect to the collapsible storage unit.