Guarantee tepid water with Aqua Emergency Tank Showers

About Aqua Tank Showers

Aqua Tank Showers guarantee over 15 minutes of tepid water without the need for a mains water supply. Our full range includes models suitable for any environment, whether hazardous or non-hazardous area, remote locations or extreme temperatures (-55°C to +50°C / -67°F to +122°F).

Our units are manufactured in house in the UK, using only the highest quality, locally-sourced materials. We designed our safety showers to be completely corrosion-resistant, which ensures that these life-saving assets will stand the test of time. These products also meet (and exceed) EN and ANSI standards.

Tank Shower Range

Aqua tank showers are available in three sizes: 350L, 1500L and 2500L; with the latter guaranteeing over 30 minutes of tepid water (far exceeding ANSI standards). They are also highly customisable, meaning that any additional features (such as alarms, sirens and eye wash stations) can be added to suit your individual requirements.

Tank Showers for Extreme Climates

We supply emergency safety showers worldwide, and as such we have developed solutions to suit any country or climate. For extremely hot locations such as the Middle East, we provide our tank showers with an accompanying water chiller. This is essential to curb the risk of scalding water or legionella growth. Conversely, our Arctic Tank Shower is supplied with a number of internal fittings, making it suitable for temperatures as low as -55°C (-67°F).

Easy Maintenance for your Tank Showers

Inspection Ladders for Tank Shower
Inspection Ladders can be installed to the left, right or rear of your emergency Tank Shower

Our newly-introduced inspection ladders make maintaining your tank shower safer and easier than ever before. With anti-slip rubber feet and caged platform, you can have peace of mind when working at height.

Constructed from Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP), these ladders are corrosion resistant and extremely heavy-duty; outperforming traditional materials such as wood or steel. The ladders are manufactured in the UK to the BS EN 131 standard, which you can read about here.

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