FP McCann’s modular, storm and wastewater management system provides a multifunctional, durable solution for the detention, retention, infiltration, harvesting and treatment of water, comprising of a combination of standardised precast concrete elements, which are designed to solve your storm and wastewater management needs.
Benefits of the Modular Tank System
- Manufactured locally
- Bespoke inlets and outlets
- An adoptable system which can cater for the 1 in 30 and 1 in a 100-year storm event
- FP McCann uses state-of-the-art tooling to manufacture products of the highest quality
- A fully modular system encompassing inherent health and safety benefits
Maintenance and cleaning benefits
- The Modular Tank System excels where most other systems fail, incorporating features that provide maximum system performance and life cycles. As with all stormwater systems, inspection and maintenance of the Modular Tank System is vital for satisfactory performance and extended life cycle of the stormwater management system
- A self-cleaning and easily maintainable system which includes silt collection areas
- Designed to create safe walking channels during the maintenance, cleaning and inspection process
- Easily inspected visually, offering reduced inspection costs
- The system provides clear lines of sight to aid health and safety during maintenance and cleaning
- Complies with BS EN 1992
- Grated inlets may also be incorporated to accommodate surface stormwater flows directly into the Modular Tank System, reducing the requirements for conventional site drainage components. Any grated inlets may also include pre-treatment devices for pollutant removal
- Standard units reduce design cost
- No requirement for an in-situ structural topping to roof slab – offering reduced fill depths and cost savings
- A fully accessible system with the option of including step rungs or ladders
- A fully modular system that brings with inherent health and safety benefits
- The design and performance meet CESWI 7th edition
- Standard internal heights from the underside of roof slab to the channel invert of 1500, 1800, 2100 and 2400mm. All available with either 1 in 4 or 1 in 20 benching gradients
- The system fully meets CE Marking requirements
- The system and installation is approved by WRc
- Complies with Sewers for Adoption 7th edition and Sewers for Scotland 3rd Edition 2015
- Precast elements manufactured using concrete with a DC4 design chemical class in accordance with BRE SD1
- Up to 2.5m overburden with a 10kN/m2 surcharge
- 100-year design life
- The assumed water table at roof slab level
- Suitable for use within wastewater and stormwater drainage systems
- Potential savings on temporary works
- Reduced disruption and potential savings due to the speed of installation
- No need to wait 28 days before backfilling. Backfilling can follow on after installation
- No requirement for an in-situ concrete topping to the roof slab
- On-site in-situ benching not required
- No requirement for in-situ joint-stitching
The Modular Tank System provides cost-effective solutions for site applications where stormwater needs to be detained and allowed to discharge at a controlled rate.
Modular Tank retention systems are ideal for applications where the goal is to retain rainwater or stormwater for some type of harvest and reuse applications.
Eliminate the issues created with discharging stormwater off-site by using a Modular Tank System to infiltrate stormwater into the soil for natural treatment and to replenish local aquifers.
Water harvesting is the collection, storage, cleaning and recycling of stormwater to replace or reduce the consumption of municipal potable water.
Stormwater treatment options such as pre-treatment, post-treatment and oil-water separators are available as stand-alone systems, as well as integration with the Modular Tank System.