SAFETY EVERY TIME, EVERYWHERE.

WHEN YOUR EMERGENCY PLAN CALLS FOR WATER SUPPLY, THERE IS NO BETTER DESIGN THAN A SYSTEM CONCEIVED BY GRANBY COMPOSITES

Underground fibreglass tanks for fire protection water are gaining in popularity as a result of increased regulations and insurance industry requirements. But our first concern is that it provides you maximum safety in case of a potential fire threat.

Granby Composites’ fire protection fibreglass tanks are tailored to specific needs, whether it’s in a rural, urban or remote areas. Our underground fibreglass tanks are backed by solid technical expertise, gained in designing and engineering water storage tanks over the years.

Moreover, all our tanks are manufactured to meet the NFPA standards. The fibreglass is a corrosion free material, implying that they are immune to rust. Underground tanks are installed just below the frost line whereby freezing of groundwater is avoided. In addition Granby Composites is proud to offer fast, simple and affordable installation services.

In a nutshell, Granby Composites’ tanks are the long-term solution you’re looking for when it comes to water storage in fire protection systems.

Benefits

RELIABLE AND SECURE:

  • Meets NFPA requirement
  • Maintaining water ± 41 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Provides rapid and effective response for firefighters

ECONOMICAL AND MAINTENANCE FREE

  • Affordable Installation
  • No need for a cathodic protection system
  • No seals to replace

PRACTICAL IN ALL CONDITIONS

  • 30 times lighter than concrete
  • Quick and easy to install
  • Designed for flooded or dry excavation (wet or dry installation)

ROBUST AND DURABLE

  • No degradation
  • No rust or corrosion
  • Designed to support the weight of heavy traffic when installed to design specifications

VARIABLE CAPACITY

  • Range of sizes from 2 000 to 40 000 gallons (7 500-150 000 liters)
  • Simple installation of multiple tanks where high volume of water is required
  • Ability to store several hundred thousand gallons of water
Method

INSTALL YOUR TANKS IN 5 FAST AND EASY STEPS.

  1. Excavate
  2. Install  fibreglass tank(s) beneath the frost line
  3. Install dry hydrant
  4. Backfill
  5. Fill the tank

That's it! You now have economical access to an emergency reservoir of water for your firefighting needs.

Applications

  • Non-pressurized dry hydrant
  • Sprinklers
Applications
  • Non-pressurized dry hydrant
  • Sprinklers
Brochures

WHEN YOUR EMERGENCY PLAN CALLS FOR WATER SUPPLY, THERE IS NO BETTER DESIGN THAN A SYSTEM CONCEIVED BY GRANBY COMPOSITES

Download our brochure for dry hydrant "water supply system" for Fire Protection

 

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