Why Are Septic Tanks Necessary for Rural Areas?
26 Jul

These tanks have found use in many countries both in our country and abroad. They are used in industries to store and Water Tanks preserve the contents, whether in liquid or solid form, coming out of the production lines.
In addition to these, they can also be used in our homes for many purposes. When we look at the general purpose of use of these water tank models, they are tools that allow the storage of a chemical or food content to protect it from external environmental conditions, its transportation if necessary, and the use of the content by evacuating it when needed.

In addition to these, the use of these tanks is very common in villages, that is, in areas where rural life is intense. So much so that they are used for many special purposes, including rainwater storage systems. To give an example in line with these special purposes, they can also be used for storage of milk, cereals, pesticides and irrigation purposes. 

Why Are Septic Tanks Used?

Septic waste is found in many regions, including cities. But in cities, this waste is removed from the region thanks to the sewerage infrastructure. This waste sometimes flows into gardens and fields, as some local governments cannot take this sewage infrastructure to rural areas.
When we look at it in this direction, septic tanks can be used where no sewerage infrastructure is present. Generally, tanks are used to protect the contents, but septic tanks protect the external environment from the contents inside the tank. That is because the septic tank smells very displeasing, and it can be irritating. Therefore, septic tanks are carefully buried underground.

How Are Septic Tanks Buried Underground?

The use of these tanks above ground is a very difficult possibility. That is because people don't want to see the septic tank waste. But there are also septic tanks used as animal manure. These tanks are rarely used above ground. In such a case, they are usually painted in such a color that inside of the tank cannot be seen. It is a matter of great curiosity how these tanks are placed underground. That's why we explain this situation to you.
Septic tanks are divided into two as polyethylene and polyester in terms of materials. We recommend polyester tanks for storing cesspool wastes, but optionally, polyethylene tanks can also be used. Polyethylene tanks can still be buried under the ground, but they are mostly used for rainwater storage. Also, the setup is done when the tank is empty. While carrying out the entrance and exit installations of the tank, attention should be paid not to tighten the couplings on the tank too much.

The burial stages of underground tanks;

• The area where the tank will be buried is excavated slightly wider than the tank dimensions with the help of an excavator.
• Concrete is poured on the floor of the excavated pit, supported by 25 cm thick iron bars. If the tank will stand on a platform instead, attention should be paid that this platform is not porous.
• The tank is carefully lowered into the pit with the help of a crane. It is taken to a standing position.
• A wall is built with a gap of 10 centimeters between the pit edges and materials such as bricks and the tank surface. If a wall is not chosen to be built, Plastic Water Storage Tanks fine sand is poured in such a way that the lid and neck of the tank are exposed.
• It is recommended that vehicle traffic should not pass over where the tank is buried.
After these processes are completed, you can use your septic tank for many years. In order to increase the volume, a connection is established between more than one tank. In this way, it is provided for your later developing, volume increasing needs.

What are the General Features of Water Tanks?

These tanks have many advantages for their users with their designs and general structures. Tanks are produced with three different materials, namely polyethylene, polyester and stainless steel. Since these materials will not affect the structure of the content, they have been carefully selected within the scope of P&D studies.
Tanks have advantages mainly in terms of materials and design. Large tonnage tanks can be produced as polyester tanks and stainless tanks. Polyethylene tanks, on the other hand, are very suitable for food storage and can be produced in very small sizes. The advantages of tanks are too many to count. But there are also common features.

Here are the common features of the tanks;

• They have the advantage of on-site assembly.
• Very large tonnage tanks can be produced.
• The size range is between 50 liters and 100,000 liters.
• Stored content can be easily categorized as they can be produced in any desired color.
• Can be manufactured for special projects.
• They have high UV stabilization.
• Working temperature rates are between -5 and +80 degrees.
• Damaged tanks can be repaired at our facilities.
• All tanks have a two-year warranty.
• They do not rust or corrode.
• As the size increases, ladder support is added to the design of some models.
• They are very easy to clean and maintain.
• All tanks are produced using the latest technology production systems.
• Poor quality materials are not used during the production of the tanks.
• They are long-lasting and durable.
• They are produced in accordance with environmental and health management systems.
 

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