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The Completed System. Versatility, Simplicity, Cost Effectiveness. The Beginning of the System. CZ Double Skin, Steel Tank. Fabrication Process (1). PFC External Reinforcement Ring. Mounting Brackets For Canopy Supports. Goal Post (Canopy Support) 1 of 3 options For Canopy Support.

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The completed system

The Completed System

Versatility, Simplicity, Cost Effectiveness

The beginning of the system

The Beginning of the System

CZ Double Skin, Steel Tank

Fabrication process 1

Fabrication Process (1)

PFC External

Reinforcement Ring

Mounting Brackets

For Canopy Supports

Goal Post (Canopy Support) 1 of 3 options For Canopy Support

Fabrication process 2

Fabrication Process (2)

Coming together of the supporting elements

Integral Cradle Support and Restraint

Electrical Isolation for Cathodic Protection

Fabrication process 3

Fabrication Process (3)

Slave Cradle Support

Concrete Reinforcing Bars and Mesh

Completed Tank Fabrication

Options available

Options Available

  • - Canopy Support Options

  • - Top Trough Assembly

  • - Chamber Assembly and Fit Out

  • - UPP First

    • CZ are pleased to provide the client with any options above or bespoke design.

    • For maximum system benefit – do as much shop fit out as the layout will allow including pipe chamber, seals, tank top fittings, piping

    Trough system the outside scene

    Trough System - The Outside Scene

    Trough system the inside scene 1

    Trough System - The Inside Scene (1)

    Trough system the inside scene 2

    Trough System - The Inside Scene (2)

    Trough system sealed access

    Trough System - Sealed Access

    Polyethylene Cover with Pump Cut-Outs

    Fusion Welded Seals

    Trough system

    Trough System

    • Major Benefits

      • Reduces on-site work, resulting in substantially reduced site costs

      • High degree of fabrication integrity

      • Fully tested at works prior to despatch

      • Substantial reduction in site works time

    Chamber assembly and fit out

    Chamber Assembly and Fit Out

    Typical Steel Fitting Arrangement

    UPP Connections with Fusion Seals

    Upp first

    UPP First

    The totally retractable pipe system. The arrangement above shows possible layouts. Housing pipe and suctions can be pre-fitted at works where layout permits. This is a viable alternative where a trough is not preferred.

    The completed system

    On The Way

    The completed system

    Over ‘she’ goes,

    Crane lift on site

    The completed system

    Levelling by jacking method

    Gently does it,

    Lowering into excavation

    Positioned in minutes



    The island framework and accessories* are installed over the tank.

    • pump frame

    • manway covers

    • filling connections


    Advantages and disadvantages


    Reduction of the work duration

    The critical path on the site is more secure

    Less specialists are required on site

    Easy maintenance

    Economical and financial gain

    Compact underground equipments


    Let us know if you find one!!!!

    Advantages and Disadvantages

    Typical planning 1

    Typical Planning (1)

    Page 1

    Typical planning 2

    Typical Planning (2)

    Page 2

    Typical planning 3

    Typical Planning (3)

    Page 3

    The completed system

    Plan View

    The completed system

    Plan View

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