Water Storage Tanks

Why Modular Tank

  • It can be assembled easily on site and modular parts can pass from the narrowest places
  • As all parts are manufactured in factory conditions, it does not require maintenance for long years. It is clean and hygienic. It is very durable
  • It can be moved somewhere else by being disassembled easily if needed
  • All parts are interchangeable. As all parts are standard, they can be easily provided from the factory and replaced
  • Tanks can be assembled on the ground, high platforms, roofs, towers and current buildings comfortably
  • They can be manufactured or covered with a different material depending on the properties of the liquid stored and the required storage quality
  • It does not require welding or painting on site
  • Assembling can be done in a short time
  • Damaged or broken parts can easily be replaced
  • Tanks have flexible storage capacity that can be increased through additional modules
  • It takes up small space during transport since it’s parts can be placed within or on top of each other
  • They can be produced in large capacities and in various sizes

Optional Materials:

  • Hot-Dip Galvanised Steel Tank
  • Stainless Steel Tank (AISI 304 or AISI 316)
  • Membrane Coated Tank
  • Painted Steel Tank


STAR (YMD) Model Prismatic Modular Water Tanks
  • YMD plate size : 1080 mm x 1080 mm

  • They are assembled from outside 

  • Tank capacites from 1,26 m3 to 1.020 m3


GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) Model Prismatic Modular Water Tanks
  • It is produced of special GRP modules
  • It has high corrosion resistance. Any kind of water can be stored in it.
  • It is convenient to store drinking water.
  • It provides heat insulation.
  • GRP plate sizes are
    • 1.000 mm x 1.000 mm
    • 1.000 mm x 1.500 mm
    • 500 mm x 1.000 mm.
  • Tank capacites from 1 m3 to 432 m3
MAXIMOD (BMD) Model Prismatic Modular Water Tanks

  • Large plate sizes make it possible to manufacture large-volume tanks.
  • BMD plate size : 1325 mm x 1325 mm
  • They are assembled from outside
  • They have low cost due to their large modules
  • Tank capacites from 2,33 m3 to 1.884 m3

VERTICAL MIDIMAX (DBMD) Prismatic Modular Water Tanks

  • It is produced using cutting-edge design technology
  • It is assembled from outside
  • DBMD plate sizes : 1325 mm x 980 mm
  • Tank capacites from 1,31 m3 to 98 m3

INTERNALLY ASSEMBLED (IMD) Model Prismatic Modular Water Tanks
  • It is assembled from inside. It can be assembled flush with the wall.
  • IMD plate size : 1080 mm x 1080 mm
  • Tank capacites from 2,32 m3 to 424 m3
CURVED (BPD) Prismatic Modular Water Tanks
  • It has perfect resistance
  • It is rather used in small capacities
  • It is assembled from outside
  • BPD plate sizes : 890 mm x 890 mm
  • Tank capacites from 0,70 m3 to 95 m3
CYLINDRICAL (BKS) Large Capacity Modular Water Tanks
  • It can be produced in large capacities
  • It has very resistant structure which does not contain any tie or reinforcement
  • Tank capacites from 33,4 m3 to 2.505 m3
CYLINDRICAL (CKS) Bolted (Single Row) Modular Water Tanks
  • It is suitable for medium–level storage applications (up to 300 m3)
  • It is assembled from outside
  • It does not contain any tie or reinforcement
  • Tank capacites from 4 m3 to 305 m3
HORIZONTAL MIDIMAX (YBMD) Prismatic Modular Water Tanks
  • It is produced using cutting-edge design technology
  • It is assembled from outside
  • YDMD plate sizes : 980 mm x 1325 mmTank capacites from 1,75 m3 to 174 m3
Material and Coating Alternatives for Modular Tanks
  • Stainless Steel Tanks

They are generally modular water tanks manufactured by using AISI304 quality stainless sheet. Depending on customer request, they can be manufactured out of AISI316 or equivalent stainless sheet. They are in full compliance with food and drinking water regulation.

  • Hot-Dip Galvanised Steel Tanks

Tank parts manufactured out of deep drawing sheet are completely galvanized. No welding is conducted on it that will damage the galvanize. They are usually used as potable water, irrigation water and fire tank.

  • Painted Steel Tanks

Depending on the usage aim, tanks manufactured out of deep drawing sheet are painted with: epoxy (with solvent), primer+ Epoxy (without solvent)+ poliurethane based paint +industrial paint+ using powder paint
technologies.

In order for the paint to be permanent and durable, the plates are subjected to surface preparation processes in painting facilities which are latest technology product of Meksis. Besides, the TANKS can be produced as "COMPLIANT WITH THE FOOD REGULATION AND HAVING HIGH CORROSION RESISTANCE" by being coated by 'MEKCOAT' ve 'MEKCOVER‘ coating methods.

  • GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) Tanks 

Tanks produced out of glass-reinforced polyester can be manufactured in line with the Food Regulation to be used without any problem for years and as having high corrosion resistance.


Tank Assembly Forms
  • Externally Assembled Modular Tanks 

When tanks are assembled from outside, a minimum assembly gap of 400 mm should be left around the tanks.

  • Internally Assembled Modular Tanks 

When tanks are assembled from inside, there is no need to leave a gap around the tank.

  • Hybrid Assembled Modular Tanks 

Some surfaces of these kinds of tanks can be internally-assembled while some others are externally-assembled. They are very practical and have large usage area.

Tank Base Forms
  • Bottom Seated Modular Tanks 

These tanks are placed on a flat ground. If requested, special 'plastic grid' or "special membranes" can be placed between the tank base and the ground in order to break the contact between the tank and the ground.

  • Modular Tanks Assembled on Feet 

These kinds of tanks are placed on prefabricated feet. There is a gap under the tank where any person can fit in and any kind of interventions can be performed. In these kind of tanks, it is possible to discharge the water and sediment accumulating under the tank completely.