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CST Industries (UK) Limited

Cotes Park Lane
Cotes Park Industrial Estate
Alfreton
Derbyshire
DE55 4NJ
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1773 522613 • Fax: +44 (0)1773 836578
Email: dgibbons@cstindustries.com • Web: www.cstindustries.com


Certificate No 044c to LPS1276 1.1


Suction Tanks for Sprinkler Systems

Product Description LPCB
Ref. No.
Single supply tank

Bolted cylindrical, mastic sealed, galvanized steel plate tank with a galvanized steel decking cover that is externally coated with PVC.

Maximum capacity 1300m3

044c/01
Superior supply tank

Bolted cylindrical, mastic sealed, galvanized steel plate tank with a galvanized steel decking cover that is externally coated with PVC.

Maximum capacity 1300m3

044c/02g
Single supply tank

Bolted rectangular, mastic sealed galvanized steel panel tank with a galvanized steel decking cover. Suitable for restricted space locations. Designed to most shapes using 90 degree corners and up to 3m in height.

Maximum capacity 1300m3

044c/03
Superior Supply Tank

Bolted rectangular, mastic sealed galvanized steel panel tank with a galvanized steel decking cover. Suitable for restricted space locations. Designed to most shapes using 90 degree corners and up to 3m in height.

Maximum capacity 1300m3

044c/04e
Single supply tank

Bolted cylindrical, rubber liner sealed, galvanized steel plate tank with a galvanized steel decking cover that is externally coated with PVC.

Maximum capacity 1300m3

044c/05
Superior supply tank

Bolted cylindrical, rubber or PVC* liner sealed, galvanized steel plate tank with a galvanized steel decking cover that is externally coated with PVC.

Maximum capacity 1300m3

044c/06e

 

Notes:
* PVC liner is manufactured by Power Plastic and/or Stephens Industries Limited.
  
All tank approvals are strictly subject to tanks being supplied in accordance with LPCB Approved Conditions set out in the ‘Introduction’. For galvanized steel tanks, Type “Superior”, the designation ‘g’ refers to tanks protected by 610g/m2  each side and the designation 'e' refers to equivalent corrosion protection as set out in Item 4 of the Introduction.

 


 

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