AR Water Tank Cleaners in Delhi NCR, India

AR Water Tank Cleaners in Delhi NCR, India is a top player in the category Water Tank Cleaning Services in Delhi. A water tank is a large, insulated container that holds water and the sewerage system that brings it up to the water supply tank on top of the building. This includes the water used by the washing machine, and any other other kitchen, laundry, or dishwasher water that’s used. For most people the AR water tank cleaners in Azadpur, Delhi is the first thing you notice when you look up from ground level, as the large white exterior of the house is in fact a giant water tank that supplies your water and sewerage needs. A water tank can carry a variety of harmful chemicals that accumulate and can cause problems, if not removed. The process of cleaning a water tank takes a lot of time and effort.

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AR Water Tank Cleaners

AR Water Tank Cleaners in Azadpur, Delhi is a top player in the category Water Tank Cleaning Services in the Delhi. This well-known establishment acts as a one-stop destination servicing customers both local and from other parts of Delhi. Over the course of its journey, this business has established a firm foothold in it’s industry. The belief that customer satisfaction is as important as their products and services, have helped this establishment garner a vast base of customers, which continues to grow by the day. This business employs individuals that are dedicated towards their respective roles and put in a lot of effort to achieve the common vision and larger goals of the company. In the near future, this business aims to expand its line of products and services and cater to a larger client base.

Water Tank Cleaning

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Industrial Water Tank Cleaning

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Underground / Overhead Tank Cleaning

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Tank Clean Concept

In the first stage of our Unique Drinking Water Tank Cleaning Concept- TANK CLEAN, we use German High Pressure Cleaning Machines, which produces a jet of water at a very high pressure, for cleaning the walls, flooring and ceiling of the tank thoroughly. But before this we thoroughly clean the exterior portion of the drinking water tank including the manhole, this ensures that the dirt outside the tank does not go in again after the cleaning is completed. The pressure of this machine is so effective that there is not even a slightest trace of any algae, moss or dirt clinging to the walls, flooring or ceiling of the tank.

In the second stage of cleaning, we spray the tank using the same high-pressure machine with our specially developed anti-bacterial sterilizing agents. These agents have a proven broad-spectrum anti-bacterial action and are effective against a very wide range of microorganisms including RNA virus. This agent is thoroughly tested and proven to be non-toxic to Primary Skin, Mucus Membrane, Oral and Gastrointestinal tract at recommended dosage of use.

After allowing the anti-bacterial agents to impart its full effect on the disease causing bacteria in the tank, it is then ready to make totally clean and dry using a special Industrial Vacuum Pump.

In the third and last stage of sterilization of the tank from inside, we use our unique specially designed Ultra Violet Radiator, which kills any further floating or suspended bacteria that might have remained in the tank.

Tank Cleaning Process

Stage-1

This first stage consists of emptying water from the tank. A submersible pump is used to drain the tank of excess of water.    
Stage-2

A sophisticated suction process is used to drain the excess sludge out of tank at a safe place away from tank. HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING: The tank is then cleaned using high pressure jet machine. The rotary jet is used to clean walls and ceilings, whereas plain jet is used to clean the corners of the tank. The rotary jet acts as scrubber and can clean the most stubborn depositions.
Stage-3

The tank is then cleaned using high pressure jet machine. The rotary jet is used to clean walls and ceilings, whereas plain jet is used to clean the corners of the tank. The rotary jet acts as scrubber and can clean the most stubborn depositions.
Stage-4

The additional sludge and impurities are then removed by using a industrial vacuum cleaner and are again disposed at a safer place away from the water tank.
Stage-5

After above steps of cleaning, the tank is treated with an antibacterial spray to make it completely bacteria free and safe for use. The TANCLEAN antibacterial agent is totally safe and 100% biodegradable. It does not form any residue with your tank.
Stage-6

The water storage tank is then treated with ultra-violet (UV) radiator to make it bacteria free and safe for storing your drinking water. This full procedure makes the tank 100 % Bacteria free and makes it perfectly fit for storing clean drinking water. The above process is common for both the Underground and Overhead drinking water storage tanks and can be used for all types of tanks like Concrete Tanks, Fabricated Steel tanks, Plastic (Sintex Type) Tanks etc. Our professional system also includes maintaining of computerized records of all the tanks, which have been cleaned, and scheduling of next cleaning operations etc. thus removing the total responsibility off the residents of any particular building to make their life totally healthy and tension free. The total process and the unique combination of the special anti-bacterial agents and UV radiation used in the process of cleaning the drinking water tanks is totally a novel feature of this cleaning process developed, tried and tested by us for the first time in India. We feel that if this process is used by all the residents of multistoried buildings they would never have any health related problems arising out of water borne diseases (provided the water supplied by the authorities is of potable quality).