When you need a wastewater treatment system to comply with governmental mandates and prevent pollutants from entering the water supply, you need a cost-effective, reliable solution that fits perfectly with the size and shape constraints of your design. That’s often impossible with off-the-shelf solutions.
At T&C, we thrive on designing and manufacturing water control systems that work perfectly in any size and shape. Our designers work with contractors and engineers to develop seamless tanks and solutions that meet the exact needs of the end user, without blowing up your budget or timetable.
Our passive systems are offered two ways:
Our passive systems work as effective, budget-sensitive mechanisms for storing, sampling and handling even the worst chemicals, in tanks that are designed and manufactured to reliably withstand whatever is collected in them. T&C tanks collect and intercept chemical-bearing wastewater above and below ground, and use diluting liquids, water and/or neutralizing agents such as limestone chips, chemicals or gases.
Passive systems are available in a variety of sizes of round, flat-bottom tanks. Our smaller footprint tank is available as an under-sink unit. Optional pH monitoring, recording and alarm systems and leak detection systems are available for your passive treatment system.
All of our superior quality, non-corrosive tanks and fittings are designed to treat polluted wastes. They are the most commonly installed, lowest cost waste-treatment solution for laboratory, medical and industrial uses.
Our active treatment (chemical feed/mixing systems) are offered three ways:
These systems offer more sophisticated processes and more precise control of the effluents being discharged. Active treatment systems mix, control and monitor the pH of chemical-bearing wastewater.
An active treatment system typically includes a sampling tank and one or more chemical feed tanks. These systems routinely include polypropylene pumps, pipes, fittings and valves, along with alarms and recorders. Modified versions of our standard round, flat-bottom tanks are available for above- and below-ground use. Optional pH monitoring, recording and alarm systems and leak detection systems are available.
By using multiple tanks, our shunt systems allow for continuous operation during maintenance. They’re ideal for facilities, such as hospitals, research facilities and production/manufacturing plants, that need to remain online at all times.
The T&C shunt tank system consists of two or more standard round, flat-bottom tanks; a three-chambered tank is also available. Polypropylene valves, fittings and pipes allow one tank to be shut off for servicing or cleaning as wastewater seamlessly flows to and through the other tank(s). Your system remains online at all times.
Optional pH monitoring, recording and alarm systems and leak detection systems are also available for your shunt tank system.
Double-wall tank systems provide superior protection from chemicals, because the inner tank dilutes the effluents while the outer tank contains them. Your system may require this level of protection for compliance with federal, state and local regulations. The design doubles your protection against chemical leakage.
Double-walled, round, flat-bottom tanks are available for above- or below-ground installations. The fitting connections are welded to both tank walls for your added protection. Optional pH monitoring, recording and alarm systems and leak detection systems are also available for your double-wall tank system.
Our neutralization and dilution tanks and equipment resist the worst, most harmful acids, caustics and solvents, making them ideal for scientific, medical and industrial installations.
T&C tanks have been installed in laboratories in educational institutions, from middle schools through universities to research institutes, and in health-care settings such as hospitals and medical and dental facilities. Industrial uses include pharmaceutical and food processing plants, chemical plants and printing plants. Our tanks stand up to battery acid, metal plating waste, photographic chemicals and worse.