Our goal is to get people thinking about their water, and allow utility officials to understand the choices they have when it comes to inspecting and cleaning potable water storage tanks and towers.
Potable Water Tank Inspection
We offer three types of water tank inspections.
1). No-Entry remote camera inspections. Our custom made underwater cameras allow you to see what is going on inside your water system. The underwater camera allows you to see if you have corrosion under the water line with no disruption to your water service. The camera can go to the floor of the tank allowing the inspector to check for sediment and record what he discovers.
2). Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV). Our ROV inspection is recommended of water storage tanks and towers over one million gallons. In addition to the basic camera inspections the ROV can travel to the rear of the larger facilities to get a better look at tank conditions including corrosion and sediment levels.
Video Ray – Remotely Operated Vehicle
ROV being lifted up a water tower
3). Diver Inspection. Our potable water dive crew offers our highest level of inspection. This is recommended when accurate sediment levels need to be measured or specific area is needed to be checked. Potable water dives are also a great way to make minor leak or repairs to target float cables.
Potable Water Tank Cleaning
If the inspection confirms sediment on the floor of the tank our dive crew can make quick work out of cleaning it.
Sediment provides an environment for bacteria, protozoa and viruses to thrive, and it depletes chlorine reserves. Removing the sediment reduces the need for continual increases of chlorine, and enables you to deliver the cleanest, healthiest water possible to your customers.
We provide an after-cleaning video to let you see that there is no sediment left in your tank when we are finished cleaning it. We clean your tank while it is in-service, saving you time and money.
Additional savings can be realized when your chlorine usage drops because you are no longer trying to fight the microbes that were removed during the cleaning process.
For more information on water tank and tower cleaning visit: https://www.watertankinspection.com/tank-cleaning
For more information on inspecting Texas water tanks see: www.texaswatertankinspection.com
For a list of potable water tank inspection requirements see our article on DIY Water Tank Inspections .
In Texas the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s (TCEQ) Rules and Regulations for Public Water Systems requires documentation of annual ground, elevated, and pressure storage tank maintenance inspections.
For a TCEQ Tank Inspection LOG Click HERE.
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