This is our 1200 gallon pillow tank.  Here, its just been unfolded, ready to be filled.

This is our 1200 gallon pillow tank. Here, its just been unfolded, ready to be filled. (Mike South)


The Monolithic Pillow Tank

Pillow Tanks

Monolithic has been building products, such as pillow tanks, for more than 20 years. To date, we’ve built these tanks for ourselves but not for the public.

Now we’re introducing two sizes, although custom sizes can be built to order. We build our tanks using high quality architectural fabric that is available for all sizes and applications.

These tanks can hold anything from potable water to various caustic materials. They provide an additional means for firefighters to carry water. And they can be used to hold waste, such as frac sand, from drilling operations.

1200 Gallon Tank

When empty, our big pillow tank weighs 150 pounds and holds 1200 gallons of liquid when full. We can equip the tank with any size bulkhead adapters that you would like. The tanks pictured here have 1¼ NPT adapters on the top and bottom.

The tanks are easy to fold and can be stored in small spaces.

450 Gallon Truck Tank

This pillow tank was designed to fit in the back of a standard pickup. With a capacity of 450 gallons, it can easily carry large amounts of water.

Please note: Care is needed. Monolithic Pillow Tanks can hold much more that normal pickups can handle. For instance, a half-ton truck can only hold about 120 gallons before it’s overweight.

The tanks are easy to move, store and fill. We use the truck tank to water trees on our property; it works perfectly. Once the job is done, it’s simple to pull the tank out of the truck, roll it up and put it away.

At our house, we also use the tank to hold rain water for our garden. It works very well and is easy to store.

UTV Water Tank

It’s the ultimate portable water tank. This tank fits neatly in the back of most UTVs. The tank pictured here holds 65 gallons of water. When full, the UTV rides very well and makes moving water very easy. It’s gravity fed and empties in perfect time.

If you want more color and size options, please contact us, and we will do our best to meet your needs: mail@monolithic.com or 972-483-7423.

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Now that the pillow tank is full of water, it can be used for a multitude of purposes.

Now that the pillow tank is full of water, it can be used for a multitude of purposes.

These tanks are very durable!  There is no issue with water loss or over filling.

These tanks are very durable! There is no issue with water loss or over filling. (Mike South)

Our truck tank, shown here, can hold up to 450 gallons of water.  Very light and easy for one man to lift and move the tank while empty.  Once situated in the truck, it can be filled.  Once emptied, simply pull the tank out, fold it, and store it.

Our truck tank, shown here, can hold up to 450 gallons of water. Very light and easy for one man to lift and move the tank while empty. Once situated in the truck, it can be filled. Once emptied, simply pull the tank out, fold it, and store it. (Mike South)

All of our connectors are standard pipe thread, and they can come in any sizes.  Pictured here, a 3/4" NPT threaded adapter is fit with a water hose for filling the tank.

All of our connectors are standard pipe thread, and they can come in any sizes. Pictured here, a 3/4" NPT threaded adapter is fit with a water hose for filling the tank. (Mike South)

Filled with water, these tanks are very stable.  Pictured here in our 1 ton truck, you can put a lot of water.  Note:  Pay attention to how much weight your truck can carry, these tanks can hold a lot of water weight.

Filled with water, these tanks are very stable. Pictured here in our 1 ton truck, you can put a lot of water. Note: Pay attention to how much weight your truck can carry, these tanks can hold a lot of water weight. (Mike South)

Here, I used our pillow tank to capture rain water which was later used in our garden.  This makes an excellent reservoir.

Here, I used our pillow tank to capture rain water which was later used in our garden. This makes an excellent reservoir. (Mike South)

We used a simple gutter system to capture our rain water.

We used a simple gutter system to capture our rain water. (Mike South)

After a  small amount of rain, we had captured a fair amount of water.

After a small amount of rain, we had captured a fair amount of water. (Mike South)

Carrying these tanks are very easy.  They are light and tough.  Here, I am holing the 65 gallon UTV tank.

Carrying these tanks are very easy. They are light and tough. Here, I am holing the 65 gallon UTV tank. (Mike South)

The UTV tank fits comfortably in the back of most UTVs.  The tank pictured here holds 65 gallons of water.  When full, the UTV rides very well, and makes moving water very easy.

The UTV tank fits comfortably in the back of most UTVs. The tank pictured here holds 65 gallons of water. When full, the UTV rides very well, and makes moving water very easy. (Mike South)

Tank filled looks good, and has a nice even load.

Tank filled looks good, and has a nice even load. (Mike South)

Water is then used for watering, spraying, etc.  Pictured here, we are watering trees, and the tank works perfectly.  When you are done, and the tank is empty, simply fold it up and stick it on the shelf.

Water is then used for watering, spraying, etc. Pictured here, we are watering trees, and the tank works perfectly. When you are done, and the tank is empty, simply fold it up and stick it on the shelf. (Mike South)