Algae, silt, and slime will accumulate inside your water tank over time.
Which is why you’ll need regular cleaning to ensure your water stay fresh and safe to drink.
You should have your water tank clean at least once a year.
However, depending on the water condition, you may need to wash it more frequently if your water source is dirty.
Our water tank specialists will do an assessment of your water cleanliness and advise the proper cleaning frequency.
Industrial & commercial water tanks are usually a centralized system that supplies water to other parts of the building.
It comes with different sizes that can hold anywhere between 500 litres to 50,000 litres of water.
This means the cleaning procedures will be different with certain safety standard & regulations in place.
You will need a trained professionals with experience to conduct a proper cleaning.
We adjust the pump, panel & valve to move water into a different compartment of the water tank or to a second water tank (depending on the tank structure)
We then drain all the water from the compartment or tank that needs cleaning
Our trained team will go inside the tank and start the cleaning process
During the cleaning process, any sludge deposits (algae, slit and slime) will be removed
Once the cleaning process is complete, we will redo the pump & valve adjustment to let water to flow into the cleaned tank
Once water flowed in, our team will check for any potential leakage and repair the leakage (if any)
Water tank should be cleaned at least once a year to ensure the water remain safe to drink
Brown water is usually caused by rust either from your tank or from your pipes. Check your water tank for rust and if there isn't any, then it's most probably from your pipes
It is best to engage professionals to clean your water tank as incorrect cleaning may damage your tank
We do not use any toxic chemical to clean your tank to ensure better hygiene and safety level
If you suspect your tank is contaminated, adding chlorine will help to disinfect it. Just ensure you are using proper designated chlorine for water tank (i.e use for swimming pool). Make sure to thoroughly clean the tank after your chlorination
Water with green algae may contain toxins that can cause intestine lining inflammation (gastroenteritis). You may experience fever, headache, diarrhea & vomiting.
Regular water tank cleaning to clear algae deposits will help reduce the risk