Potable water refers to water that is safe for human consumption, free from harmful contaminants, and meets certain quality standards. In the event of a disaster that disrupts the regular water supply, providing potable water becomes crucial to meet the basic needs of the affected population. Trinity Emergency Services is an expert in providing on-demand potable water delivery. Our inventory of NSF 61 certified pumps allows us to confidently and efficiently deliver quality drinking water when time is of the essence.
Supplying potable water begins with a thorough inspection of the entire potable water system. This includes examining pipes, tanks, pumps, filtration units and other components to identify any signs of damage, blockages, or malfunctioning parts.
Our high-quality fleet of potable water equipment – water tankers, pumps, generators, storage tanks, hoses, fittings, RO units, etc. – will be transported to the affected site.
The equipment is set-up and installed in the designated areas. Water tankers are positioned for easy access and efficient water offloading. Water pumps are installed near water sources, and generators are set up if the site lacks a reliable power supply. Storage tanks, hoses, and fittings are arranged according to the site’s layout and water distribution requirements.
Water Pressure Management
Maintaining proper water pressure within the facility is essential for efficient water distribution. We will utilize pressure management systems, such as pressure regulators, pumps, and pressure tanks to ensure consistent and adequate water pressure throughout the facility.
Once the potable water supply is established, we will conduct 24/7 monitoring and maintenance services to ensure its continued availability and quality. This includes routine inspections, testing for water quality, checking for leaks or damages, and addressing any necessary repairs or maintenance.