Potable Water Bladders

Potable water bladder tanks, also known as drinking water bladder tanks or portable water storage tanks, are flexible containers designed to hold and transport potable (safe for drinking) water. These tanks are widely used in various applications where temporary or portable water storage is required, such as emergency response, military operations, outdoor events, construction sites, and remote locations

Non-Potable Water Bladders

Non-potable water bladder tanks, also known as gray water bladder tanks or non-drinking water bladder tanks, are flexible storage containers specifically designed to hold and transport water that is not safe for human consumption. Unlike potable water bladder tanks, which are used to store drinking water, non-potable water bladder tanks are intended for the storage of water that may contain contaminants, pollutants, or other non-potable substances.

Truck Bed Water Bladders

Truck bed water bladder tanks, also known as truck-mounted water bladder tanks or pickup truck water bladder tanks, are specialized flexible water storage containers designed to be placed and secured in the bed of a pickup truck. These tanks allow for the convenient transport and temporary storage of water in various applications, such as firefighting, remote construction sites, agriculture, camping, and other outdoor activities.

Onion Tanks

Onion tanks, also known as self-supporting tanks or collapsible tanks, are specialized portable water storage containers that are designed to be easily transported and rapidly deployed in emergency situations or temporary water storage needs. These tanks are named after their distinctive shape, resembling an onion when filled with water.

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Agro Bladders

Agro bladder tanks, also known as agricultural bladder tanks or farm bladder tanks, are specialized flexible storage containers designed for agricultural applications. These tanks are used to store and transport water, fertilizers, liquid chemicals, or other agricultural inputs in a convenient and efficient manner.

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Water Bladder FAQ’S:

1. What are Water Bladders from Ready Containment?

Water Bladders by Ready Containment are premium flexible storage solutions designed to meet diverse water storage needs, from personal use to industrial applications.

2. Why are Ready Containment Water Bladders considered top-tier?

Ready Containment Water Bladders are crafted using high-quality materials, ensuring durability, reliability, and optimal performance for all your water storage challenges.

3. Can I use Ready Containment Water Bladders for drinking water?

Absolutely! Our Water Bladders are designed with safety in mind, making them perfect for storing potable water without compromising its quality.

4. How do Water Bladders from Ready Containment compare to traditional tanks?

Unlike rigid tanks, Ready Containment’s Water Bladders are lightweight, space-efficient, and easy to transport. They offer a flexible and convenient solution for those seeking efficient water storage.

5. Are there other uses for Ready Containment Water Bladders besides water storage?

While primarily designed for water, some of our Water Bladders can accommodate other non-corrosive liquids. Always consult product specifications or our expert team before storing different fluids.

6. How do I maintain and clean my Ready Containment Water Bladder?

Maintaining your Water Bladder is straightforward. Simply empty, rinse with a mild disinfectant, and let it air dry. For detailed care guidelines, visit our website or contact our dedicated customer service.

7. How do I handle repairs if my Ready Containment tank gets damaged?

Ready Containment often provides repair kits or guidance on fixing minor damages. For significant issues or concerns, it’s recommended to contact their customer support for assistance.

8. Do Ready Containment Water Bladders come with a warranty?

Yes, our commitment to excellence is reflected in our warranty offerings. The terms and duration may vary based on the model, so be sure to check product details or inquire with our team.

9. Can I get a custom-sized Water Bladder from Ready Containment?

Indeed! At Ready Containment, we understand unique needs. Share your specifications with us, and we’ll provide a tailored Water Bladder solution just for you.

10. Why are Ready Containment Water Bladders the preferred choice for emergency preparedness?

In emergencies, you need reliable solutions. Ready Containment Water Bladders are quick to set up, durable, and portable, making them the go-to choice for those preparing for unexpected situations.

What are the benifits of Pillow or Bladder Tanks over Poly Tanks.

Pillow tanks, also known as bladder tanks, can sometimes be more effective at keeping water cleaner than poly tanks for several reasons. It’s important to note that the effectiveness of water storage tanks in maintaining water quality depends on various factors, including the quality of the tank material, maintenance practices, and the specific application. Here are some reasons why pillow tanks may excel in this regard:

  1. Reduced Light Exposure: Pillow tanks are often designed with opaque materials that limit sunlight exposure. Limiting sunlight reduces the growth of algae and other microorganisms that thrive in well-lit environments. In contrast, some poly tanks may be translucent or transparent, allowing more light to penetrate the water, potentially promoting algae growth.
  2. Airtight Seal: Pillow tanks are typically designed with airtight seals, which can prevent external contaminants like dust, dirt, and insects from entering the tank. A sealed tank can help maintain water quality by reducing the introduction of foreign particles.
  3. Minimal Contact with Air: Pillow tanks are designed to minimize the surface area of water exposed to the air. This can help reduce the risk of airborne contaminants, such as pollutants and debris, settling into the water.
  4. Less Water Movement: Pillow tanks have a flexible design that reduces water movement within the tank. This can help prevent the mixing of sediments and particles that might settle at the bottom of the tank, keeping the water cleaner.
  5. Easy Cleaning and Maintenance: Pillow tanks are often easier to clean and maintain than poly tanks. Their design allows for thorough cleaning, which is essential for water quality.