In a more and more high-tech farming community, CITERNEO self-standing flexible tanks are known for many years now as a technical, reliable, convenient and customizable storage solution. The successive changes brought by CITERNEO to its storage solutions for years made them the only tanks allowing storage volumes huger than 1000 m3.
Set up in less than a day, it is there for decades
Quickly and easily installable, CITERNEO flexible tanks have a remarkable lifespan.
With the all new technologies EXOM and EXOM +, CITERNEO products last at least 25 years. This is also this unmatched technical fabric quality that allows CITERNEO to propose bladders of a volume of 2000 m3, a unique performance in the world.
With equipment specially designed to perfectly fit their characteristics, such as the Securflow 80 overflow, or the Securtex 3 anti-vortex, the CITERNEO tanks for Agriculture guarantee you at least 25 years of storage!
Short, medium and long-term savings
Economical to buy, simple to install, CITERNEO pockets and pouches allow you to save money each year.
Unlike open pits, for example, CITERNEO self-supporting flexible tanks provide a useful storage volume. The risk of an increased storage volume and dilution of the content due to rain is nonexistent.
Time / fuel / workforce savings are the result of this unique preservation of the liquid contained by CITERNEO flexible tanks.
- Drinking water storage
- Water storage (water, rainwater...)
- Flexible tanks for fire-fighting
- Effluents storage (manure, agricultural effluents, digestate ...)
- Storage of liquid fertilizer
Support is the name of the game
Farming is radically changing and needs to deal with many challenges, while resources are declining. To support these changes, we propose viable, economic and sustainable solutions. Agricultural resources generate value and the management of liquids by our flexible tanks is an essential part of these new developments.
Le saviez-vous ?
Aujourd'hui, la surface agricole utile française est d'environ 27 millions d'hectares.
L'agriculture est une pratique ancestrale qui se transmet de générations en générations depuis plus de 10 000 ans. Les techniques évoluent, les types de cultures se multiplient, les récoltes augmentent...
Mais une chose ne change pas : le savoir-faire d'un agriculteur qui connait ses terres et les travaille chaque jour. Levée, taillage, montaison, epiaison, autant de mots que de techniques bien précises qui permettent d'ammener à marturation un grain de blé.