Single-walled and double-walled underground tanks

Depending on your local boundary conditions and legal regulations, you can store your media safely in our underground tanks made of PE-HD and PP.

Double-walled collecting pit without drain for water-polluting media

An important step towards the underground storage of media has been taken with the monitored underground tank. Underground tanks have to be installed in accordance with water conservation and building laws.
An intermediate space incorporated into the tank wall is constantly monitored for leaks.
A leakage indicator immediately raises the alarm if the tank should get damaged. Our tank can be used in water protection areas without problems.

PE-HD als Basis für Erdbehälter mit Vakuum-Sicherheits-Kontrolle (VSK)

PE-HD as the basis for underground tanks (VSC)

This system represents a new development with decisive advantages in the wound PE-HD pipe segment:

  • high chemical resistance
  • absolute security against biogenic corrosion
  • absolute leak-tightness in the system
  • long lifetime

PE-HD als Basis für Erdbehälter mit Vakuum-Sicherheits-Kontrolle (VSK)
  • self-cleaning properties thanks to low wall roughness
  • simple connection to PE-HD sewer pipes and manholes
  • low weight allows simple installation
  • special solutions can be implemented simply


PE-HD underground tank, double-walled version


PE-HD underground tank, double-walled version

Diameter: 1,200 mm
Length: 1,900 mm
Volume: 2 m²
Medium: rinsing water

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Technical data:

Underground tanks
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Highly safe storage of acids and alkalis through PE-HD technology

- Trouble-free storage, for example of 98% sulphuric acid (H2SO4), nitric acid (HNO3), sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl), acetic acid (CH3COOH), hydrochloric acid (HCl) and other aggressive acids.

- Trouble-free storage of caustic soda, caustic potash and other alkalis.

- See here for a list of further chemicals that you can store without problems in our tanks: media list