When it comes to storing hot water, it is important to choose a material that is durable, safe, and long-lasting. This is why our stainless steel water tanks are becoming an increasingly popular choice for homes and businesses alike. In this article, we will discuss the technology and techniques used to manufacture these tanks and why they are a superior option.

TIG & Plasma Welding

TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding and plasma welding are two advanced welding techniques that are used to join stainless steel sheets and create water tanks. TIG welding uses a tungsten electrode to produce a high-quality, precise weld, while plasma welding uses a plasma arc to create a faster and more efficient weld. These techniques ensure that the tank is welded together in a way that is strong, durable, and leak-proof, making it a safe and reliable option for hot water storage.

Robotic Welding

Robotic welding is another advanced technique that is used to manufacture our stainless steel water tanks. This technique uses a robot to perform the welding process, resulting in a consistent and accurate weld every time. This method is particularly beneficial when manufacturing, as it reduces the likelihood of human error and ensures a consistent quality of welds.

AISI 316L Stainless Steel Material

The material used to manufacture our stainless steel water tanks is AISI 316L stainless steel. This is a type of stainless steel that is particularly suited to hot water storage because it is highly resistant to corrosion and is safe for food and potable water. It is also a strong and durable material that can withstand high temperatures, making it ideal for hot water storage.

Pickling & Passivating

After the water tank has been welded together, it undergoes a process called pickling and passivating. This is a two-step process that removes any impurities from the surface of the stainless steel and improves its resistance to corrosion. The first step, pickling, removes impurities and prepares the surface for the passivating step, which applies a protective coating to the surface of the stainless steel, further enhancing its resistance to corrosion.

Our stainless steel water tanks are manufactured using a range of advanced techniques and materials that ensure they are safe, durable, and long-lasting. The use of TIG and plasma welding, robotic welding, AISI 316L stainless steel, and pickling and passivating ensures that these tanks are of the highest quality and offer a safe and reliable solution for hot water storage.