The difference between fire water tank and domestic water tank

Dec 01, 2022

There are the following differences between fire water tanks and domestic water tanks:

    1. The installation location of the water tank is different: most of the stainless steel fire water tanks are installed in campuses, parks, buildings, etc., and the stainless steel domestic water tanks are mainly used to provide domestic water and are suitable for many places.

    2. the water quality is different: There are two types of stainless steel fire water tanks: circulating water tanks and non-circulating water tanks. The former is not connected to the water pipe network, and the water inside cannot be used for drinking. The effect is that fire brigades can provide rescue water when a hydrant is not working properly. The latter store water of the same quality as domestic water tanks and are mainly used to supply clean drinking water to the public during large-scale disasters such as earthquakes and rural water mains.

    3. the main functions are different: the fire water tank is mainly used to eliminate serious social problems, such as life disasters. In short, the fire water tank is the one that saves the life and the other one that protects the health of the life.

    4. The capacity of the water tank is different: the stainless steel water tank is installed in the basement and the frequency conversion pressure pump is installed to achieve the will of water supply. Distinguishing fire from life is very simple. It can see the size of the water tank and the living water tank, usually more than 30 cubic meters, and the fire water tank can be hundreds of cubic meters.

    In conclusion, there are still big differences between stainless steel fire water tanks and household water tanks. Under normal circumstances, if the tank cannot be used satisfactorily in the event of a large-scale water outage, the water stored in the fire water tank can be used appropriately. It should be noted that when the water supply system returns to normal, the water in the fire water tank should be replenished in time to avoid serious fire casualties.