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Steel Sectional Tanks Export

The first recorded export application of a Braithwaite steel sectional water tank was a 29m³ elevated tank to the Nigerian Railways, supplied through the Crown Agents for the Colonies. Since that time, Braithwaite’s export achievement has been enviable, developing markets throughout Africa, Middle East, Central & Eastern Europe, Asia, Latin America and the West Indies.

British Antarctic Survey
Supply of steel sectional tank panels and ancillary steel equipment to the Halley V Research Station. Top

Belize Brewery
Awarded contract to supply a pressed steel tank and 35 metre high support tower. Top

Water Works, Gjoa Haven, Canada
Provided a 400m³ steel sectional tank. Top

Ministry of Agriculture, Iraq
Supplied 96 steel sectional water tanks of various capacities. Top

Rosehall Water Treatment Works, Guyana
Design and supply of a 'T' shaped tower supporting four steel sectional tanks together with an 800m³ steel sectional tank supported on a 25 metre high support structure. Top

Tema Export Processing Zone – Ghana
Supplied a 2,500m³ capacity steel sectional tank and 18 metre high steel support tower and ancillary pipework for industrial water supply. Top

Astana Hospital – Kazakhstan
Turnkey project to construct a modern 240 bed hospital. Braithwaite supplied and installed a steel sectional potable water storage tank including the Beltherm 70 insulation system. Top

Great Man-Made River Project – Libya
One of the most ambitious civil engineering projects ever undertaken. Phase 1 involved five sites starting with Sarir and Tazerbo. Braithwaite’s role was to supply large steel sectional drinking water tanks and a 190m³ fire fighting storage tank at each of the five sites. Top

Water Supply Scheme to Rural Areas – Romania
As part of an ongoing project Braithwaite has supplied over 300 sectional steel storage tanks for rural areas to the client Ministry of Public Works. All tanks comply with Romanian technical standards for water quality, seismic, snow and wind loadings. All tanks include Beltherm 70 insulation system. Romania has applied for EU accession scheduled for 2007 and has a priority to improve its drinking water supply. Top

British American Tobacco, Lagos - Nigeria
Braithwaite supplied and installed six steel sectional water tanks for process, domestic and fire fighting applications. The process and domestic water tanks included the Beltherm 70 insulation system. The installation was carried out by Braithwaite Water Resources (Nigeria) Ltd. Top

Rural Drinking Water Supply – Senegal
Braithwaite provided 23 sectional steel tanks of various sizes elevated on towers to provide a rural drinking water supply throughout 18 villages in Senegal. It involved the construction of deep boreholes and limited distribution systems feeding communal standpipes. The scheme was financed by a grant from DFID (formerly ODA). Top

Kenana Sugar Factory – Sudan
Braithwaite’s involvement in this vital industry, based on the White Nile, south of Khartoum, has been an ongoing supply of sectional steel water tanks providing process water to the factory and drinking water to the villages within the Kenana Estate. Failure in water supply could result in the loss of a season’s sugar production. Top

Second Uganda Water Supply Project – Uganda
A total of nine large galvanised sectional steel elevated tanks were provided to this urban water supply scheme for Kampala, Mbarara and Masaka. The tank at Mbarara has a capacity of 2266m³. The project was funded by the World Bank. Top