SayFix’s Exclusive 8-Step Water Tank Cleaning

SayFix’s Exclusive 8-Step Water Tank Cleaning

SayFix’s Exclusive 8-Step Water Tank Cleaning

SayFix’s Exclusive 8-Step Water Tank Cleaning

SayFix’s deep water tank cleanup process is automated, scientific and highly efficient. Majority of the work is done by making use of machines to remove impurities. This exclusive 8-step procedure revolves around an absolutely professional, scientific and hygienic approach, right from the start to the end.
Here’s how each step is performed with utmost care:

Step 1 – Manhole Cleaning

During the first step, cleaning focus is on the entrance point of the tank where most of the dirt is deposited and where insects thrive.

Step 2 – Mechanized Dewatering

The second step involves the usage of a de-watering pump to flush out excess water. In the process, care is taken not to waste water and hence the water level is kept low before the start of the session.

Step 3 – Sludge Removal

In this stage, a sludge removal pump is used to thoroughly clear away sludge, mud and sand from the surface of the tank.

Step 4 – High Pressure Water Cleaning

The use of German High Pressure Cleaning Machines in this stage acts like a water jet, releasing water at a very high pressure and thereby cleansing the tank thoroughly, leaving it with absolutely no traces of algae or dirt.

Step 5 – Vacuum Cleaning

This fifth stage includes the process of a thorough vacuum suction of residual dirty water and this is disposed away at a safe place for hygiene reasons.

Step 6 – Sterilization

A non-toxic, anti-bacterial spray is used in this stage to completely eliminate a wide range of microorganisms and viruses.

Step 7 – UV Radiation

In the seventh stage, a UV radiation treatment is performed to ensure the bacteria present in the air are destroyed and the tank is 100% bacteria free.

Step 8 – Surface Cleaning

Attention is given to the exteriors and surrounding areas (5 meter radius) of the tank during this stage in order to keep the tank dust-free and to avoid any dirty water from outside seeping inside.

This exclusive cleaning process is common for both underground and overhead drinking water storage tanks. One of the biggest highlights here is that, the personnel employed to carry-out this procedure are highly experienced, thoroughly trained and adhere to strict guidelines. Besides, they also make use of a special gear kit with sterilized boots and caps during the operation, ensuring no contamination whatsoever.

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