Westar Drilling Ltd, supplies and installs concrete cistern pumps and tanks in residential, commercial, and industrial municipalities in Sherwood Park, Edmonton and Alberta areas. Our staff delivers safe cistern tank installation services on time and within budget.
Concrete Cistern Pumps and Tanks
Concrete cistern pumps and tanks are generally used for storing rainwater that can be used for irrigation on farmland, an emergency collection of water, and in some cases, to store drinking water for livestock or pets. For human consumption purposes, secondary treatment is required. These tanks are placed underground in an excavated area.
Types and Sizes
Picking the right size of tank is very important. If the water is stored for more than a month, it becomes stagnant. When choosing a cistern, it's important to bear in mind how frequently you will be using it. Check out our cisterns and their capacities to see which one would best suit your needs. If you're unsure on which to pick, let us know; we would be happy to help you select the right product.
|0750HC||Cisterns||700 gallons; 3,182 liters|
|1020HC||Cisterns||1,020 gallons; 4,600 liters|
|1518HC||Cisterns||1,518 gallons; 6,900 liters|
|2200HC||Cisterns||2,200 gallons; 10,000 liters|
|2700HC||Cisterns||2,700 gallons; 12,300 liters|
|3200HC||Cisterns||3,200 gallons; 14,000 liters|
|3400HC||Cisterns||3,400 gallons; 15,500 liters|
|3700HC||Cisterns||3,700 gallons; 16,800 liters|
Advantages of Concrete Cistern Pumps and Tanks
How Westar Drilling Ltd Installs Concrete Cistern Pumps and Tanks
Westar Drilling Ltd supplies and installs concrete cistern pumps and tanks in an excavated area. The cisterns are connected to your home by pipes and fittings. The water is tested in our factory to ensure that the tank does not leak. We offer services to residential and industrial sectors. Areas of service include Sherwood Park, Edmonton and Alberta. Our team ensures that the cistern tanks are properly installed and maintained to ensure an adequate supply of potable water.
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