Water Tank Cleaning
Contaminated water is the most common cause of illness to mankind. Around 60% of diseases caused to humans are water-borne with children below 5 years more susceptible. One of the most usual ways water getting contaminated is through water storage tanks - the cleaning of which is either neglected or inappropriate means like the services of a local plumber or sweeper are engaged.
Though Water Purifiers form an integral part in every home, they are not maintained in effective working condition due to regular maintenance and cleaning of filters. A clean water source enhances the life of the components of water purifiers, making them more effective. In addition to drinking, water is used for other household chores like cooking, washing & bathing. If the input water is not clean, we can still be exposed to water borne diseases.
Large quantities of clean water will be required to clean and treat storage tanks and tankers before they can be used to store water.
Some Tips To Clean The Water Tank The tank must be cleaned to ensure that water stored in the tank does not become contaminated by dirt or traces of the substance the tank previously held. This can be achieved by following the three steps below:
1. MECHANIZED DEWATERING
In the First stage of Mechanized Dewatering of the Clear Water Solutions process the Manhole and surroundings are cleaned off dirt, mud and algae after which the water below the foot-valve level is pumped out using special de-watering equipment’s.
2. SLUDGE REMOVAL
In the Second Stage of Sludge Removal the sludge which has settled on the floor of the tank is sucked out using our special sludge pumping equipment’s.
3. HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING
In the Third Stage of High Pressure Cleaning the Walls & ceilings of the tanks are thoroughly cleaned using special high pressure jet cleaners which rid of the walls off calcinations, algae and all contaminants which cling on the internal surface of the tank helping the microbiological contamination to grow.
4. VACUUM CLEANING
In the Fourth stage of the sludge removal process an Industrial Vacuum Cleaner is used to remove the resultant contaminants, making the tank absolutely speck-free.
5. ANTI-BACTERIAL SPRAY
In the Fifth very important Stage of Anti-bacterial treatment the walls & ceilings are made totally sterile from bacterial attack using specially developed Clear Water Antibacterial agents.
6. UV RADIATION
And finally in the Sixth Stage of the Clear Water process final sterilisation and disinfection is done using UV Radiation by a specially developed UV Radiator which is used to kill any suspended or floating bacteria remaining in the tank.