Construction and infrastructure projects; mining, oil and gas sites; camps and communities, and agricultural projects are often based in remote locations. They remain in these hard-to-get-to places for the duration of a project and are then decommissioned and moved on.
One of the necessities of these temporary remote locations is the supply of fresh water for drinking, cooking and personal hygiene. The BluBag™ Water Storage and Distribution System can be easily deployed where there is no local water infrastructure available.
The BluBag™ Portable Water Storage and Distribution System (PWSDS) has been developed to provide storage and transport potable water solutions for temporary and remote locations.
The PWSDS is based on the BluBag™ proprietary bladder tank technology. Water is protected from the environment by a unique two-layer construction that features a strong, UV-resistant PVC outer layer and a food-grade, low-cost and replaceable inner layer.
In addition to the bladders, the solutions provides specially designed stands to allow easy access to the bladders and allowing gravity feed dispensing.
The solutions can be fitted to a truck or trailer and large volumes of water can be transported to remote locations.
BluBags™ are available in multiple sizes from 40 to 20,000 litres and come with a full range of accessories including taps, valves, stands and pumps that will suit any application. BluBags™ are compliant with all relevant Australian Standards for storage of water and food packaging.
- Simple to use solution.
- Supplied with standards connections – just unfold, connect and fill.
- Zero maintenance required and no need for cleaning – just replace the inner liner when required.
- Folds away and requires very little storage space, unlike traditional hard-body tanks.
- Reusable – easily restored to full functionality after use.
- Food-grade inner liner keeps water tasting fresh and free from any chemical/plastic flavours for long periods of time.
- Easily transportable and does not require specialised water trucks.
Alternative to water tankers