Fire Protection Water Storage Systems 


Our professional and family operated staff can walk you through every step required to ensure a water tank that meets your specific requirements.

At Contain Water Systems Inc. we service what we sell and hold a strong dedication to commitment and quality.

Contain's philosophy is simple...we provide quality service, quality products and have an unprecedented approach to obtain the best customer service in the industry.

Our Reward is Relationships...Strong as Steel

Contain Water Systems Inc. Fire Protection Water Storage Tanks are ENGINEERED and manufactured to meet the requirements of NFPA 22 Standard for Water Tanks for Private Fire Protection and numerous other applications including tanks for rainwater harvesting, stormwater management, irrigation, agricultural, industrial, mining, potable drinking water and many other applications.

Contain Water Systems Inc. Water Storage Tanks are manufactured from high strength corrugated, hot-dipped G115 galvanized steel for superior strength and durability.

Contain Water Systems Inc. Water Storage Tanks engineered to withstand the wind and snow loads and seismic forces at specific locations to ensure longevity of the tank. Standard tank designs include 165 MPH wind speeds with 30 PSF snow loads and 20 YEAR WARRANTIES.

Contain Water Systems Inc. "CGS" (Corrugated Galvanized Steel) Water Storage Tanks are tested and engineered to meet or exceed all standard municipal wind, seismic and snow loads required by the Uniform Building Code.

Contain Water Systems Inc. "CGS" Water Storage Tanks are overlapped and hand bolted together on site, creating a double thickness of steel that enhances the durability and strength of the tank.

Contain Water Systems Inc. "CGS" Corrugated Steel Water Storage Tanks are easily field erected and assembled without the need for heavy equipment (depending on the size). We have specialized packaging systems to ensure each tank application can be easily trucked in, tractor carried, or even dropped by helicopter when grading an access road is not possible or desirable.