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Container experts bet on secure water storage solution

Mobile Mini UK, a provider of portable accommodation and secure storage containers, has introduced an upgraded water bowser solution, as the company identified the need to improve the methods of safe storage of water sources.

The portable Mini Aqua Pods are encased in steel and designed with safety in mind, according to a statement.

They are made in conjunction with built-in installations, which makes them safer and more durable than traditional exposed plastic water containers.

Mobile Mini UKMobile Mini UK believes this solution is ideal for those locations that do not have access to feed water.

At the same time, due to their small size (1350 x 1350 x 1750), they can be placed in different locations, as long as there is an electric power supply.

Each pod is completely closed, which makes it more resistant to accidental damage, vandalism or performance-related breakdown, and can store 1,000 liters of water.

In addition, they have insulated doors, walls, ceilings and pipework, protection from intense sunlight and antifreeze heaters to avoid frost in extreme weather conditions.

Chris Tyrer, head of product and technical at Mobile Mini UK, said that “so far, 15 units have been added to our fleet, shared across London, East Midlands and North West branches. This will allow select clients to trial Aqua Pods as a solution, feedback to us their thoughts and play an integral role in any required modifications before a full UK launch takes place later this year.”

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