Drinking water tanks are pillow-shaped and equipped with two or more nipples, depending on the size of the tank. The middle nipple on top is intended for venting air, whereas other nipples are for filling and emptying of the tank.
The tanks are made of polyester reinforced, PVC fabric. The inside of the tank is white and the PVC is tested and certified for drinking water storage. The tanks are very resistant and can be used in temperatures ranging from -30°C to +70°C.
Drinking water tanks are produced in blue colour. They are equipped with four handles for initial positioning. The usage of the tanks is simple and quick, thus they are especially suitable for interventions during natural disasters and for usage in dry areas where the need for drinking water is greater.