Resources

Below are a variety of resources that will help you learn more about the benefits of using ChlorTainer.

Training Videos

ChlorTainer is happy to present a video series to introduce our clients to the Training and Maintenance of the ChlorTainer Ton Vessel.

Gallery

Photo Gallery of both indoor and outdoor sites with ChlorTainer Secondary Containment.

Articles

Read articles from a variety of publications that have reported case studies about how ChlorTainer satisfied our customers’ wide array of needs. These articles focus on a range of topics from safety concerns to preference for the use of chlorine gas for disinfection. Clients from regions across the globe have chosen ChlorTainer. These articles will give you and an insider’s look from their experiences!

Press

Press featuring ChlorTainer.

Evaluations

Read third-party technical evaluations of ChlorTainer’s Secondary Containment Vessels. These evaluations were designed to determine whether or not a leak within the ChlorTainer, would be contained. These evaluations also examine the external safety valves on the vessel in order to completely ensure our customers of ChlorTainer’s safety, integrity, and effectiveness.

Facility Design Suggestions

Here you will see the dimensions of our various ChlorTainer models and potential layouts to consider when determining how ChlorTainer can fit your needs. Customized layouts can be designed when evaluating ChlorTainer for your site.

Try Before You Buy

Learn more about our Try Before You Buy program for our 150 ChlorTainers. Be able to test ChlorTainer for 6 months and pay only for the on-site consultation fee and freight. The vessel ships complete and has a simple bolt-down design that is easy to install. Keep the system, and pay the remainder of the price. If you decide to return the vessel, simply pay for the return freight. Absolutely no obligation to buy.

10 States Standards

10 States Standards now recognizes ChlorTainer as a mitigation device.

AWIA Risk Requirements

America’s Water Infrastructure Act requires community water systems to file a “risk and resilience” assessment with the EPA.