RainBank Rainwater Systems, a Seattle based company, is the distributor for Contain Steel Water Tanks. Contain tanks carry a 20 year warranty, unmatched by competitors. Because we are a Contain Tank distributor, we have eliminated the middleman (dealer) and pass the coast savings on to the customer.
We sell and install quality corrugated steel water tanks throughout the Pacific Northwest. With over 15 years of commercial and residential sales and installations of fire suppression tanks and Rainwater collection tanks, RainBank Rainwater Systems and Contain Steel Water Tanks have the experience to get the job done right – and on time.
When you purchase a steel water tank from RainBank, you get:
- Highest quality products
- Contain Water Systems tanks are backed by a 20-year warranty, which is significantly longer than anything else found on the market.
- Tanks are engineered to meet seismic code compliance.
- Tanks come with a standard engineering package and all models have the option to be wet sealed and stamped upon request.
- Tanks come with a geotextile pre-liner and flexible membrane liner for potable and non-potable applications with tank liners secured to the walls with engineered brackets.
- Tank sizes range from 6 feet to 48 feet in diameter, with capacity up to 428,602 gallons.
- Tanks are field erected by certified installers.
Click here to read more about how Contain Tanks and RainBank can eliminate the middleman for your next project and contact us using the convenient form below:
Engineered NFPA 22 Fire Protection water Storage Tanks by Contain Water Systems Inc. and RainBank Rainwater Systems of Seattle.
Standard wall mount NFPA Anti Vortex Assembly Flanges compression fit to the tank side wall. This design feeds through the tank wall to the exterior of the tank providing fire department direct connection.
Custom stainless steel floor flange Anti Vortex Assemblies manufactured by Contain Water Systems Inc., allow you to keep the cosmetics of your tank sleek and clean. Attached to a 4″ or 6″ suction pipe in the concrete foundation, the suction water flows directly to the hydrant outside the tank with a fire connection.
Through the liner access panel allows for safe and easy access in and out of the water tank, eliminating confined space entry for tank inspections and maintenance. This is the only through the liner access panel in the market. That, and a 20 year warranty make Contain Water Systems Inc. the best choice in Fire protection tanks.
ContainWater Systems Inc. and RainBank Rainwater Systems take pride in finding solutions to hard problems.
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Surging population in the Seattle and Puget Sound areas, along with changing regulations fuels increased infrastructure demands on municipal water sources. Costs to repair, upgrade, and expand these centralized systems in order to meet these demands will become more of a challenge. The question to be answered is: Why is rainwater collection for you? Originally posted under the title 3 Reasons Why Everyone Benefits from Rainwater Collection, this post will give you insight as to why rainwater collection is for you…
Rainwater can be collected as a supplementary source or as an alternative to a centralized source. Whether collected rainwater is used for irrigation or potable use, the water savings can be significant for the individual and the community. Over 70 percent of household usage is for irrigation of landscaping, toilet flushing and laundry facility. Depending on collection area and rainfall, whole house demands can be met.
Reduces stormwater runoff:
Stormwater is a concern environmentally as well as economically. The average 2,500 square foot roof in Seattle will yield over 56,000 gallons annually to runoff unless captured and used or infiltrated. Captured rainwater can be used, and then infiltrated passively, rather than carrying contaminants to our lakes, streams, and bodies of water.
Any water from a decentralized water system is not processed through a municipal water district where all water is processed to drinking water standards – no matter what its end use will be – such as use in landscaping. Even though a homeowner buys their water for pennies on the gallon, treating water costs a lot of money to process. Most of the costs are absorbed through large users such as manufacturing and farming, however less water being treated at the water districts equals less energy needed for processing and conveyance.
Contact us using the form below to ask how YOU can benefit from rainwater collection at your home or business.