For what type of effluent
With capacities ranging from 1 m3 to 2000 m3, our flexible self-supporting tanks can be used for temporary or longer-term storage.
Advantages of the flexible tank for industrial effluents
Our solutions for storing industrial effluents
Our references for effluent installations
Discover some specific flexible storage projects for industrial effluents
Standards & certifications
Can I store greasy effluent in a flexible tank?
Cédric Danet, Technico-Commercial
Some effluents such as whey or dairy water may naturally be greasier than other effluents stored in our tanks. It is therefore important to seek the opinion of the design office on the storage of this type of liquid, as this grease may cause deterioration of the tank over time by attacking the technical fabric.
To maximize the service life of your flexible tank, we also recommend installing hatches on the top of the tank to vacuum and remove the part in contact with the fabric.
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For detailed technical information on the advantages and use of the tank, the different equipment, and the installation recommendations, we invite you to download our Installation Guide specific to the storage of industrial effluents and wastewater.
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