Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to tanks. Sometimes a well designed, smaller tank in your restaurant can improve productivity and keep your diners happy. We’ll look at a few different options you might consider for your kitchen.
These freestanding vertical plastic tanks, are ideal for multiple indoor liquid storage applications, including storing water. Tanks are available in a range of colors, from the standard white to green, gray, black and blue. While it is not possible for water to expire, it can become contaminated (chemically or biologically), and when you are in the restaurant business, you obviously want to make sure that your water is safe for consumption. The UV-resistant, food-grade plastic material that this tank is made from is available in the color blue, which is ideal because it limits light exposure and biological growth, be it bacteria or algae. If you minimize the chances of even one customer getting sick from consuming water that you provide, that is one more customer you keep. More customers mean more revenue.
Stackable Totes are freestanding plastic storage tanks that can meet your potable drinking water containment needs. This tank provides the capacity to efficiently store water in your restaurant and can be easily double stacked, and is ideal in the case of an emergency situation. With stackable totes you can have more than one barrel of water on hand, which is great in the temporary loss of access to a main water source (typically, a public water system). This means you’re set to keep your business running during a disruptive situation. Stackable totes are also great space-saving containers, which can improve the quality of work provided by your employees. How, you wonder? By creating a much smaller footprint, opening up your kitchen space to more equipment that could improve the quality of service you provide. Smart storage with stackable totes means increase functionality, which equals increased productivity.
Despite its hauling and outdoor uses, horizontal leg tanks can also provide storage for your fresh drinking water in your restaurant. Water cost can be significant for restaurants and this tank minimizes waste by allowing for full drainage of the water contained within. Getting the very last drop of water is simple with a sump bottom horizontal leg tank.
Go To Tanks is ready to help fulfill your kitchen water storage needs with these high quality, reliable tanks.
If you’re collecting a larger quantity of liquid for storage, you may find that drums are not the best containers for the job. Drums are typically much smaller and their cylindrical shapes make it a burden to transport and store liquids. The questions then becomes: where am I going to fit it all? What containers can I find that can allow me to have maximum storage efficiency? Thankfully, stackable tote tanks offer an effective solution to compartmentalize your collection and get them out of the way. We’ll highlight the different shapes and sizes and how they might be useful for your next job.
What are Stackable Tote Tanks?
These are multi-fluid, mobile, plastic, stand-alone containment tanks, that can be used in both indoor and outdoor stationary or transportable applications, and can transport liquids for non-DOT approved moves.
Why Use Stackable Tote Tanks?
These tanks are available in 35, 70, 120, 180, 240 gallon sizes, with gallon indicators on one side of these containers for easy and accurate measurements, 7″ vented lid assembly and lanyard, and 4 lift ears for lifting each tote. They are manufactured from FDA-approved high-density food grade polyethylene with U.V stabilizers, and are durable and can withstand extreme service environments and harsh weather conditions, and will not leak or corrode.
Stackable tote tanks can be used for the storage of fresh potable drinking water, grey water storage, soaps/ detergents, automotive fluids, used bulk oil storage, liquid compatible chemicals, liquid fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides. Your chemical compatibility needs are important, and these tanks are ideal for fluids with a gravity of 1.5 or less. In general, stackable tote tanks share these common features, with the exception of few particular characteristics.
35 Gallon Stackable Tote
Limited to stacking 5 high or a maximum of 140 gal on top of the bottom tote.
32″L X 32″W X 15″H
Has the same footprint as the 70 and 120 gallon totes.
70 Gallon Stackable Tote
32″L X 32″W X 25″H
Can be stacked up to 3 high and has the same footprint as the 35 and 120 gallon totes
120 Gallon Stackable Tote
32″L X 32″W X 38″H
Can be stacked 2 high and has the same footprint as the 35 and 70 gallon totes
180 & 240 Gallon Stackable Tote
Flat spots are available to install accessory fittings on all sides
Front of tote features 2 inserts for placard placement
Go To Tanks has a variety of stackable tote tanks to make your liquid storage much easier.