Fire Tank Lining

Fire Tank Lining

Industrial fire tank applications require exceptionally reliable and durable lining products to complete fire suppression systems.

Commercial fire tanks are usually located on a building’s rooftop, designed to let gravity support a higher pressure flow when utilised. These types of tanks require superior lining solutions to maintain their storage dependability between uses.

Applying a high-quality, Australian-made fire tank liner to your new or existing fire tank or void space ensures your assets remain corrosion-resistant for as long as possible.

Fire Tank Liners and Extreme Heat Exposure

Tank Inspections Sydney’s by Raven Engineering Group tank liner products are designed to last throughout both regular weather conditions and extreme climates. But how are they compromised during a fire?

Fire tank liner material unsubmerged inside the tank will eventually melt. However, the melted material will float in the water, allowing the tank to maintain most of its water volume until exhausted.

Unlike poly tanks, fire tank liners are better protected by the galvanised structure when exposed to radiant heat. The tank acts as a heated ‘basin’ which minimises excessive damage to the liner.

Repairs & Replacements

Fire sprinkler systems support is vital, with hundreds of fire-related incidents occurring within Australian workplaces every year. Fire tank liners must be capable of supplementing water storage assets during long periods of non-use to be ready when or if disaster eventually strikes.

Tank Inspections Sydney by Raven Engineering Group both repair and install damaged, old and new liners to commercial and industrial fire tank systems nationwide. Depending on the extent of the deterioration, we fix or replace:

Void Liners - Utilising Space for Fire Water Reserves

Many commercial buildings have unused basement space and other voids within their structure that could be transformed into firewater storage.

Tank Inspections Sydney by Raven Engineering Group supplies and installs custom-made void liners, converting large wasted spaces on your site into fire water tanks. Heavy-duty lining materials can fill both obstructed and unobstructed spaces to form a new, discrete water tank regardless of beam, pylon or piping arrangements within a building.

In addition to being a cost-efficient solution to maintaining larger fire water volumes, void spaces are usually hidden making the tanks conveniently aesthetic to suit all types of properties.

The Benefits