Municipal Water Storage
|Water towers range from 165 to 220 feet high, limiting pressure to 95 PSI and restricting the service area radius.||The LVM Technology stores water at higher pressures; thus it can serve a wider radius and deliver higher pressures. Pressure-reducing valves would be used to tie into existing water pipes close to the LVM Tank.|
|Elevating the towers increases construction costs and maintenance.||The high-pressure LVM tanks can be placed on the ground at a lower cost to construct and to maintain.|
The LVM Technology Solution for High-Rise Water Distribution
High rise buildings rely on booster pumps and storage tanks on various floors to deliver water to upper floors, reducing rental space. The constant pressure of the LVM Technology solution can handle the requirements from the basement.