One of our most popular products is purified water. A wide variety of businesses from many different industries across the nation have a need for water of various grades of purity.
At ReAgent, we sell a few different grades of purified water, from distilled and ultrapure to synthetic seawater and USP water for injection. We sell water in various sizes including 2ml ampoules, litre bottles, 1,000-litre IBCs, and pallets. The questions we’re most frequently asked about the water we supply are about how we supply it in tankers. So without further ado, here are the answers to the questions we’re commonly asked!
What type of water do you supply in tankers?
We are able to supply deionised, distilled, and demineralised water in tankers.
How much water is in a tanker?
We are able to fill up to 28,000 litres. The most common amount is 25,000 litres, but we can also part-load so you get the exact amount you need.
How does it work?
You can send an empty tanker to our facility in Cheshire where we will fill your tanker with the water you need. Alternatively, we can source a tanker for you at an extra cost. Our sales team will arrange the date and time with you for your tanker to be filled.
How much does a tanker of water cost?
The total cost completely depends on how far the tanker has to drive to its delivery destination. We’ll always give you a bespoke price for this so it’s best to contact our friendly sales team to find out how much it would cost for you.
How long does a tanker of water take to fill?
At ReAgent, we have a high-powered water plant that can fill a 25,000-litre tanker in around two-and-a-half hours. With a maximum capacity of over 10,000 litres per hour, we have the ability to fill three 25,000-litre road tankers a day and fulfil large orders quickly and efficiently.
How quickly can we get a tanker?
Depending on our production timings, we could deliver a tanker of water as quickly as the next day – and we have been known to deliver same-day when we can.
You can find out more about different types of purified water in our guides to different chemicals. If you’re looking for a chemical supplier who can deliver tankers of purified water, contact our sales team to discuss your requirements.
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