General Material Specifications: Common types of water tank based on their usage are,
Concrete M40 is a high-strength concrete mix with a characteristic compressive strength of 40 megapascals (MPa), commonly used in construction projects requiring robust and durable concrete structures.
Steel Fe500 refers to a high-strength grade of structural steel with a minimum yield strength of 500 megapascals (MPa), commonly utilized in construction for its durability and load-bearing capabilities.
12.7 mm Low Relaxation Prestressed Concrete Steel Strands (LRPC) Class II. Stands are used in Custom Factory Assembled Tanks and Custom On-site Assembled Tanks only for post tensioning the walls as per the design requirements and jointing the wall panels.
Special EPOXYs are used for jointing the Panels
Inner Water Proof Coating done using a mixture of Nitto Bond, Cement and Polymers. On outer surface a damp proof coating is done.