Marjan Factory Company is considered to be one of the biggest companies to produce and manufacture fiberglass tanks, in various sizes and uses, by the latest manufacturing machines.
The tanks are subject during and after the process of manufacturing and in all of its stages to quality control, in order to avoid any issues or defects during the stages of manufacturing.
- Horizontal tanks(above and below ground)
- Vertical tanks
Manufacturing method:Marjan water tanks are made using the latest global technological techniques in designing one-piece tanks without joints, which gives the tank more strength, durability, and lifetime. Marjan water tanks and formworks are, also, tested, before and after production, using the latest testing methods, they also have a layer of protective foam to protect the tanks underground.
Installation method (underground tanks):
- Leave a 15 cm concrete slab under the tank and 30 cm of clean sand between the concrete pad and the tank.
- Leave at least 40 to 45 cm between the tank and the pit walls.
- Leave 45 between the individual tanks placed side by side or end to end.
The following is a list of natural conditions not suitable for the standard installation of the fiberglass tank:
These requirements and conditions must be taken into consideration and interest. Obtain written permission from a Marjan official, otherwise, your guarantee might become void. If you have any doubts or questions about the installation location, please call MARJAN SALESMAN.
- The soil is unstable, meaning that it has a bearing capacity of less than 900 kg/sq ft or a cohesion value less than 225 kg/sq ft.
- Locations suspected to be completely saturated with water during rainy seasons.
- Swamps or locations close to water bodies and tides.
- Any kind of landfill locations.
- Wet pits (when water is found while digging).
- Active hydroponic composite soil or hydrophilic expanded soil (hydro expanded bentonite)
- Possible floodplains along the banks of streams, rivers, or lakes.
- Storing hot water above 150 Fahrenheit, such as: (water generated by solar heat systems, process cooling water, or geothermal springs).