We all know India is a diverse country and the diversity is not just limited to people, food, traditions, languages etc. but also to unique climate. India experiences all kind of weather from extreme heat to extreme cold. With India currently experiencing another harsh wave of cold weather, many regions are facing disruptions and discomfort. As per Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation’s Environmental Statistics report, in the last decade, on an average, over 800 people have died every year due to exposure to the cold.
While north India struggles with biting winds and plummeting temperatures, one element often goes unnoticed – our water storage.
Unfortunately, traditional tanks simply aren't equipped to handle the harsh realities of sub-zero temperatures. Metal tanks are prone to rust and cracking, while even plastic tanks can become brittle and susceptible to breakage in intense cold. The result? Frozen water, disrupted routines, and the potential for health risks due to limited access to safe water.
Imagine waking up to a frozen tap, unable to brush your teeth or prepare a warm drink. In rural areas, this scenario can have serious implications, especially for families with young children or elderly members. Limited access to safe water can lead to hygiene issues and increase the risk of waterborne diseases.
The problem isn't isolated. Studies estimate that over 20% of water stored in tanks freezes during severe cold waves in certain regions. This not only creates inconvenience but also highlights the urgent need for more resilient water storage solutions.
Thankfully, Sintex has stepped up to the challenge. In the extreme weather conditions, the resilience of our water tanks becomes crucial, and that's where Sintex TruPUF shines.
Sintex TruPUF is not your average water tank. Crafted from a unique multi-layered Poly Urethane Foam (PUF), it boasts superior strength and gives protection against temperature variation compared to traditional tanks. The 50 mm insulation inside Sintex TruPUF water tank, an industry first, ensures water temperature remains unaltered irrespective of conditions outside. This innovative material resists cracking and deformation, even under extreme temperatures, ensuring your precious water supply remains safe and accessible.
Remember struggling with frozen pipes and unusable water during previous cold spells? Sintex TruPUF eliminates those worries. Its enhanced thermal insulation prevents water from freezing, even in sub-zero temperatures. This means a consistent and reliable water flow, no matter how low the mercury dips
Sintex TruPUF's strength extends beyond cold waves. It also offers exceptional heat resistance, protecting your water from becoming uncomfortably warm during scorching summers. This versatility makes it the ideal choice for year-round performance, regardless of the weather's extremes. The Sintex TruPUF tanks have been tested across India in extreme weather and have proven to be extremely durable. As per the tests conducted, the water temperature alters only 1 degree Celsius in 24 hours from the temperature at which water was stored keeping water usable at all times irrespective of conditions outside.
Sintex TruPUF is not just tough; it's also smart. The multi-layered design includes an innovative UV shield, safeguarding your water from harmful sunlight and preventing algae, fungus and bacterial growth. Unlike metal water tanks or inferior quality plastic tanks which allow breeding of microbes, Sintex TruPUF ensures safer, healthier water for your family, all year round. Additionally, Sintex TruPUF tanks come with bolted lid (self-locking with hexa bolts) which safeguards water stored from unexpected conditions like windy weather, rains etc.
In these times of unpredictable weather, choosing the right water tank is not just a convenience, it's a necessity. With its proven performance and unmatched durability, Sintex TruPUF offers peace of mind knowing your water is protected and safe for family, even when the elements are at their harshest.
So, as India battles the current cold wave and prepares for future weather variations, consider making the switch to Sintex TruPUF. It's the water tank that stands strong, ensuring a reliable and healthy water supply, come rain, shine, or even a deep freeze.
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Safe water is not just a luxury, it's a basic human right. Yet, access to safe water remains a critical challenge for millions in India. According to Water.org, a non-profit organisation, 91 million people in India (6% of the population) lack access to safe water. The lack of clean water has severe consequences for health, hygiene, and overall well-being. This startling statistic underscores the gravity of the situation and the urgent need for effective solutions.
The reasons behind this water crisis are multifaceted. Rapid urbanization, climate change, and pollution are some of the major factors contributing to water scarcity and contamination. Traditional water sources like wells and rivers are often unreliable and vulnerable to pollution, making them unsafe for consumption.
The lack of safe water has severe consequences for health, hygiene, and overall well-being. In India, over 70% of waterborne diseases are attributed to unsafe drinking water, posing a significant threat to public health.
India bears the brunt of the global waterborne disease burden. According to Composite Water Management Index (CWMI) report 2018 of NITI Aayog, about two lakh people die every year in India due to inadequate access to safe water. Waterborne diseases like cholera, typhoid, and diarrhoea are rampant in areas with poor water quality, leading to high mortality rates, especially among children. Women and girls bear the brunt of water scarcity, spending hours each day collecting water, often from distant sources, which impacts their education and livelihood opportunities.
While ensuring safe water at the source is crucial, safe storage plays an equally important role in preventing waterborne diseases. Traditional storage methods like earthen pots and open tanks are vulnerable to contamination from insects, dust, and microorganisms.
This is where Sintex Pure water tanks emerge as a game-changer, offering a safe and reliable solution for storing water. These innovative tanks equipped with cutting-edge Active Silver Technology, these tanks effectively inhibit the growth of microbes, bacteria and pathogens, keeping stored water fresh and safe for extended periods. The 4P protection offered by Sintex Pure Water Tanks.
While Sintex Pure water tanks play a crucial role in addressing the immediate challenge of water storage, ensuring long-term water security requires a comprehensive approach. This includes:
In conclusion, access to safe water is not just a matter of convenience; it's a matter of life and dignity. Sintex Pure water tanks offer a practical and effective solution for storing and keeping the stored water safe thus safeguarding the health and well-being of individuals and communities. However, it's important to remember that water security is a complex issue that requires a multi-pronged approach. By combining technological advancements like Sintex Pure tanks with robust water management strategies and community engagement, we can work towards a future where every Indian has access to the clean water they deserve.
Let's all join hands to ensure that no one is deprived of this basic human right. Together, we can create a water-secure future for India. Addiitonally, do watch our latest video on while we step into the New Year with a promise closer to the heart, a promise to safeguard the health and hygiene of you and your loved ones.
Sintex is more than a choice; it's a commitment to safeguard the smiles, laughter, and warmth shared with family. As we move forward, let this be our promise – to prioritize health and well-being. No grand wishes, just the commitment to a happier tomorrow. Because in every drop, there's care, love, and a resolution fulfilled.
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