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GRP Sectional Tanks UK

South West Water, Callington – Devon
Replaced an existing concrete reservoir with a 500m³ GRP sectional tank for the storage of potable drinking water. Top


Worcester Royal Infirmary – Worcester
Braithwaite provided several GRP sectional water storage tanks to this prestigious project. Other Group Companies working on this site were Andrew Scott and Rowecord Engineering. Top


Leicester University – Leicester
This is an ongoing project upgrading all existing water storage tanks for WRAS compliance with Braithwaite GRP sectional and One Piece Tanks. The majority of water storage tanks have been replaced on the main campus and offsite student accommodation blocks. Top


Associated Octel – Ellesmere Port
Supply of a 200m³ GRP sectional tank for process water. Top


Cwmbran Phase 11 Shopping Centre – Cwmbran
An LPCB approved GRP sectional tank with a capacity of 100m³ was supplied as a pump suction tank for the sprinkler fire protection system. A partition was used within the tank design to form two compartments. Top


IQRA Primary School – Bradford
A 33,000 litre GRP sectional tank with LPCB approval was provided as a pump suction tank for the sprinkler fire protection system. Top


University of Portsmouth - Portsmouth
The University approached Braithwaite to supply a sea water storage tank for the Institute of Marine Sciences. The unique 1.5m deep GRP panels were selected to minimise internal bracing and installation time on site. Top


United Utilities Operational Services – Pontypool
Braithwaite provided a 600m³ GRP sectional tank for the storage of potable water. The tank is designed to have two compartments and has the 50mm standard integral encapsulated insulation system. Top


Yeovil District Hospital – Somerset
Braithwaite were awarded a Turnkey contract to replace existing storage tanks for compliance with current WRAS regulations. Three GRP Hot Press moulded sectional tanks were installed within a confined plant room. The project involved both mechanical and electrical disciplines. Top


 

 

Callington, Devon

 

Ellesmere Port

 

Portsmouth University

 

Yeovil District Hospital