Attenuation Tank Lining
Maintain your attenuation tanks with COVAC’s specialised tank lining and repair service. Attenuation tanks have an important role in water management, controlling water flow to prevent flooding and erosion. They also temporarily store the excess rain water, directing it to the main drainage system in a controlled way. This means they need to be kept up to standard to ensure longer lifespan, prevent structural wear and bacteria growth.
COVAC specialises in tank lining, using a range of high-performance coating systems to protect your tank from wear and damage. Benefit from a service tailored to your needs, addressing specific issues with your attenuation tank and providing you with complete peace of mind.
Get in touch to learn about our tank lining and repair services, or request your free quote today.
Why Choose COVAC for Your Water Attenuation Tanks Repair?
If you suspect leakages or general weathering of your water attenuation tank, COVAC can help with a second-to-none repair and relining service. With over 25 years of success in water tank repairs, our fully-trained team provides you with an effective tank repair service.
Offering a comprehensive range of WRAS/DWI approved coatings and repair products, we give you a cost-effective solution. All finished tank linings come with a 10-year guarantee so you can rest assured that you’re getting the best water tank attenuation service.
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For more information or help and advice, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by filling out the form below or calling us. A member of our friendly and experienced team will be happy to help you.
What are the typical problems with attenuation tanks?
The common problems you might encounter include structural degradation, leaks or sediment build up. Structural damage and leaks often come from weathering or general wear and tear and can compromise the efficiency of your tank. It’s essential to inspect and maintain your tank regularly to improve its longevity and ensure optimal performance.
What is the difference between a soakaway and an attenuation tank?
A soakaway absorbs and disperses rainwater into the soil, while an attenuation tank temporarily holds excess rainwater, gradually releasing it to prevent flooding and manage water flow.
Do they need regular maintenance?
Yes, your attenuation tank requires regular maintenance to ensure it remains in good condition. Routine inspections are essential to identify and address potential issues as promptly as possible. This way you can maintain the effectiveness of your tank for longer.
Covac have carried out a professional and extremely excellent treatment of our on site bulk water tank which now will allow this tank to be utilised for a number more years.
Covac are one the best companies i have worksed with and their works are first class.
Covac undertook the task to 'reline' one of our hot water tanks, roughly 5m x 5m x 4.5m. This involved blast cleaning the tank, then applying epoxy lining to the tank.
The Covac team on site were fantastic, they dealt with issues that occurred efficiently & worked through the task quickly & professionally.
Covac always do a great job. Very proffesional attitude, great work and finish to what they do. Wouldn't use anyone else.
Yet again Covac has proved their skill and expertise in meeting problems head on and resolving them within the agreed programme, despite a much larger scope of works! Thanks again to the whole team on site and in the office for making a very difficult task stress free - Highly regarded expert team and 110% recommended to anyone looking for tank refurbishment/relining works.
Pete, East Sussex
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