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Steel water tanks have served the valuable purpose of using our drinking water for over 150 years. But times have changed, and water tanks made of concrete have become popular due to their accessibility and cheap construction materials. However, concrete, hard and durable cannot last forever.
Underground tanks typically have a long life of twenty years, but their maintenance and outside factors such as corrosion all play a role in their wear and tear. This means that concrete water tanks are also susceptible to cracks and defects.
So what do you do when you apply a brake to your tank?

Here are the essential tips you need to fix existing cracks and how to prevent further damage using concrete water tank liners.
Thoroughly dry and clean your tank.
Order a liner for your concrete tank. Custom linings help prevent water stored inside from contamination. It also helps to extend the service life of your tank by closing erosion and leaking. These heavy-duty flexible tank liners can fit into any shape and size, so measure the circumference of the tank to ensure that you are ordering the right fit.
Step into your empty tank and use a chisel and remove the loose pieces of material surrounding the crack. You want to exclude the surface as much as possible. Then, remove debris from your work site.
Next, buy a concrete binding agent and brush it with the crack. It dries fast so work quickly. Allow it to dry until it appears to be a consistent consistency. Now, in a separate bucket or container, add one part hydraulic cement with three parts water. Use an electric drill with a paddle attachment to properly mix the material. The cement should have a leaky texture.
Using a trowel, lubricate this concrete mixture at the crack. Remove any excess cement before drying. Then, leave the finished product to dry. This should take about an hour.
Finally, you need to install a new liner. This step is important to consider for all tanks that require the use of solid water tank liners for storing water for human consumption. But know that according to the Environmental Protection Agency, tanks holding less than 110 gallons do not follow the said rules.
Use an adhesive to coat the tank walls. This will cause the liner to stick properly.
Whether you are doing this project alone or a team backing you up, always start in the middle of the tank and unfollow the liner, so it covers the entire perimeter of the tank. Push the material into the walls, and you're done.
And as such, you are protected from harmful elements like corrosion and daily wear and tear. Installing solid water tank liners ensures that your tanks are safe from leaks for the next decade and will provide you with peace of mind.

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