Temporary/Emergency Potable Water Supply

Temporary/Emergency Potable Water Supply

Temporary potable water supply service

Introducing Linebacker: (Back-up water line service)

Whether it is a water main break, municipal boil water order, well water maintenance project, water quality issue, or a natural disaster “linebacker” will keep your facility up and running during a water emergency. 

If it is time to make provisions for a back-up water supply... you have come to the right place!

The first problem we encounter when we receive a call for emergency water service is how to introduce the water into the facility. Plumbing systems, by design, are closed systems and most of the time, do not have a convenient access point to connect a temporary water supply. Therefore it is critical to prepare ahead and install a temporary water supply connection.  This will allow us to introduce potable water into your facility during a water emergency. 

Three Things to consider when making contingency plans for back-up water service

  1. How long can your operation survive without water.
  2. What are the critical control points in your operation. (Boilers, Cooling towers, process water)
  3. What is the average daily usage for your facility?

The heart and soul of the “Linebacker" system is the constant pressure pumping and disinfection system contained inside one of our mobile water supply trailers. The trailers are 32’ long, 8’ wide and 13’ high, are insulated, climate controlled, and equipped with an on board generator.  Each system consists of (2) 1500 gallon stainless steel potable water tanks with fully automated multi stage pump (45gpm@ 70psi) and ultra violet light sterilization.  Water tank level is recorded at 3 hour intervals and data can be obtained online using any web enabled mobile device.

As with any emergency... it's experience that makes the difference.  How can we help?

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