Welcome to our sprinkler tank FAQ. We are Nationwide Water Solutions Limited and we are sprinkler tank experts. In fact, we live and breathe fire safety. That can sometimes mean we use industry-speak. If you are looking for a no-fuss guide to sprinkler tank information in the UK, our FAQ section below will help.

We use plan language to offer you answers to the most common sprinkler tank questions. You will find this useful if you are considering investing in fire safety. We also recommend Sprinkler Tank FAQ for the UK if you already have a sprinkler tank but have questions about maintenance.

 

Sprinkler Tank FAQ

Can a sprinkler tank store water exclusively for an automatic sprinkler system?

Yes.

 

Does a sprinkler tank need to meet regulations?

Yes. Our website will tell you more. If you can’t see what you are looking for, contact us.

 

Can a sprinkler tank be designed to fit a space?

Yes. In fact, most sprinkler tanks are fabricated to meet specifications guided by their location.

 

Can I choose what type of material a sprinkler tank is made from?

Yes. Sprinkler tanks can be made from a variety of materials, including galvanised steel and concrete. However, the type you choose could be dictate the the size and location of the sprinkler tank.

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Do you install sprinkler tanks across the UK?

Yes, we do.

 

Do you offer free site inspections?

Of course.

 

Can you re-line a sprinkler tank?

Yes. If an inspection report deems a sprinkler tank suitable for repair, we can fix it.

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Should I have my sprinkler tank inspected by an independent person?

Yes. We recommend external inspections are carried out annually

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How can I contact you?

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We hope this no-fuss sprinkler tank FAQ has answered some of your questions. Because not all questions are straightforward, you may want to ask us something else. Please feel free to contact us using the link above.

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