A dedicated R&D for quality improvements makes us a leader in Stainless steel tank manufacturing market.
5S came out as an effective working guideline from few Japanese words that describe the steps of a workplace organization process. Below is the meaning of these Japanese five worlds which are changing the working culture towards the effective and productive path.
Storage of water has been one of the concerns since the beginning of the civilizations, various versions of storage units both in small scale to large scale for communities were evident. Usage of copper containers, earthen pots, bamboo containers, stone tanks, cement tanks were familiar but most of them had an issue w.r.t water storage. Chances of breakage and durability was a major concern for earthen pots, bamboo containers/tanks will degrade and allows algae to from making it unfit to use until it is cleaned, stone and cement container have similar problem of formation of algae, but they are also very heavy to move and replace. The quality of water will also differ from one storage method to other. To overcome the difficulties of storage, transportation and distribution of water, Stainless Steel (SS) was used and it’s been in market since 3 to 4 decades.
Need for Stainless Steel?
1. Water Quality: Most of the materials we discussed have influence of base material of tank being leached into the water which is a major disadvantage
- Traces of copper and plastics can easily be observed (clinically) changing the parameters of water that is being stored.
- Water from earthen, cement and stone pots will influence the taste, color and odor.
- Formation of algae will be evident when we use these tanks.
Usage of Stainless-Steel tanks will not influence any parameters of water, the life of water stored is longer compared to other tanks, leaching of Iron, Chromium, Nickel or other constituents of SS will be negligible when water is stationed for more than 48 Hours, which makes SS an inactive material and explores more applicability’s.
2. Manufacturability and Scaling:
- Stainless Steel material can be used to scale from a small water bottle to Millions of liters of tanks.
- Beltecno uses superior SS grade for manufacturing Tanks,
- Modular approach allows user to fit for any application and are available in various capacities with zero installation hassles. Whereas the flexibility for scaling and manufacturing would really be tough for other materials, availability of SS sheets, rods, angles makes the manufacturing very simple and modular. Any shape or design can be manufactured.
3. Life: Stainless Steel material is corrosion resistant which means it lasts long even when it is subjected to water and other harsh climatic conditions, henceforth the value for money always be an asset. These tanks need minimal maintenance of cleaning. Whereas other materials need to replaced very often or they have high and expensive maintenance cycles.
4. Cost: Extended life cycles with very minimal maintenance will always be less expensive when we estimate it for complete life of the tank rather than momentary. Due to less recurring costs and maintenance it seems that SS tanks are always cost effective. High installation costs are also not involved in the design making it very simple and affordable for any environment.
Most of the market segments are slowly moving towards use of Stainless-Steel tanks for process and storage, due to various advantages compared to other methods including wonderful corrosion resistance property, modular, easy installation and maintenance, cost effective, passive material, long usage cycle and easily scalable. Beltecno’s efforts to provide the best, smart and affordable solution is commendable.
- How does Beltecno’s tank is different from others?
We are specialized in making only SS tanks from last 50 years having 12 factories and 13 global offices, our R&D teams keep on doing innovations in SS tanks. We are serving two types of tanks in Indian market 1) Panel type ss tanks 2) Cylindrical type storage tanks
Sustainable devolvement is a key factor for development of any country, if we talk about global, SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) also been added to the UN’s 2030 sustainable development agenda.
What is SDG – 6
In United Nation’s Agenda list for sustainable development 2030, SDG -6 (Sustainable Development Goal) means “Clean Water and Sanitation” where subcategories are Water production, Water treatment, Water distribution or supply and Water use.
In our last few blogs, it can be realized that groundwater pollution and water crises have already hit the nation, and to overcome this situation so many global companies are coming forward to help India to fight with this problem together. Beltecno corporation a major tank manufacturing company from Japan too joined this mission and so far have supplied different types of Stainless steel panel tanks for various applications across the globe.
When we see a stream, we are tempted to drink the crystal clear water, but after we quench our thirst we will start thinking if the water we drank was safe ? well we need to trust and drink.
Same way many places have very good groundwater sources, they look crystal clear, but we do not know if it is safe to drink, leaving these questions many people usually opt for packaged drinking water, due to commercialization and the power of social media we see a lot of mind changing advertisements which carry powerful message and make us carry a plastic pouch or a bottle when we commute to store water or to consume.
This is in practice since few decades, which has made us think that this is the only possible method, but we should also start analyzing if the method chosen is right or does it have any negative impact?
Summers are almost reached and this year as per IMD (India Meteorological Department) it’s a probability of 37% that north India can experience the maximum temperatures North India means the four major states Punjab, UP, Haryana, Rajasthan & Delhi NCR (National Capital Region) will be more effected.
Large numbers of households in cities around the developing countries don't have access to at least one of the foremost basic of human needs – a secure and reliable supply of drinkable water.