"This is the <em>Aquarium</em>, consisting of a glass tank or fountain, usually of an oblong shape, with straight sides, and of a larger or smaller size, but yet of sufficient dimensions to admit of a floor of sand and stones, with a few water-plants, so that fishes of various kinds may freely move in the water above and below these objects." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Fountain aquarium

"This is the Aquarium, consisting of a glass tank or fountain, usually of an oblong shape,…

A cross section of a General Electric company 115,000 - 135,000 volt electrolytic arrester tank.

Arrester Tank

A cross section of a General Electric company 115,000 - 135,000 volt electrolytic arrester tank.

The chlorination process in gold extraction employs large vats or revolving barrels, the material inside of which is moistened with water and treated with chlorine gas to form a solution of Gold Chloride. This is then run off, and the gold precipitated , usually by means of Ferrous Sulphate or charcoal.

Chlorination Barrel

The chlorination process in gold extraction employs large vats or revolving barrels, the material inside…

The chlorination process in gold extraction employs large vats or revolving barrels, the material inside of which is moistened with water and treated with chlorine gas to form a solution of Gold Chloride. This is then run off, and the gold precipitated , usually by means of Ferrous Sulphate or charcoal.

Chlorination Barrel (End Section)

The chlorination process in gold extraction employs large vats or revolving barrels, the material inside…

"A sectional elevation of incorporating mill, showing one runner and ploughs (p, p); C, curb of bed; M, machinery in tank, underground; D, drenching apparatus; l, lever-board, or shutter; t, tank; f, f, floor line." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Gunpowder Mill

"A sectional elevation of incorporating mill, showing one runner and ploughs (p, p); C, curb of bed;…

"A sectional elevation of incorporating mill, showing one runner and ploughs (p, p); C, curb of bed; M, machinery in tank, underground; D, drenching apparatus; l, lever-board, or shutter; t, tank; f, f, floor line." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Gunpowder Mill

"A sectional elevation of incorporating mill, showing one runner and ploughs (p, p); C, curb of bed;…

"Breaking-down Machine. H, hopper; B, endless band; R, rollers; M, boxes to receive meal." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Gunpowder Mill

"Breaking-down Machine. H, hopper; B, endless band; R, rollers; M, boxes to receive meal." — Encyclopedia…

An appliance for heating water above its ambient temperature, generally for domestic use

Water Heater

An appliance for heating water above its ambient temperature, generally for domestic use

A plan of the Mark I Tank with the interior moving mechanical parts labeled. The tank was used during World War I by the British Army.

Mark I Tank Plan

A plan of the Mark I Tank with the interior moving mechanical parts labeled. The tank was used during…

A side view of the Mark IV Tank showing the interior mechanical components. The tank went into production in May 1917.

Mark IV Tank Plan

A side view of the Mark IV Tank showing the interior mechanical components. The tank went into production…

The top interior view of the Mark IV Tank showing the belt drive and other mechanical parts to move the tank.

Mark IV Tank Top View Plan

The top interior view of the Mark IV Tank showing the belt drive and other mechanical parts to move…

A plan illustrating the interior side view of Medium Mark A tank. The plan shows a detailed schematic to operate the tank.

Medium Mark A Tank Plan

A plan illustrating the interior side view of Medium Mark A tank. The plan shows a detailed schematic…

A plan illustrating the interior mechanical view of Mark V Tank.

Medium Mark V Tank Plan

A plan illustrating the interior mechanical view of Mark V Tank.

A diagram of a septic tank.

Septic tank

A diagram of a septic tank.

A cross-section of a ship.

Section of a ship

A cross-section of a ship.

A large basin or cistern for storing water.

Tank

A large basin or cistern for storing water.

"Siemen's Continuous Tank Furnace." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Tank Furnace

"Siemen's Continuous Tank Furnace." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"Siemen's Continuous Tank Furnace." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Tank Furnace

"Siemen's Continuous Tank Furnace." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

A flush tank is a tank which holds water for flushing one or more plumbing fixtures.

Flush Tank

A flush tank is a tank which holds water for flushing one or more plumbing fixtures.

Water tanks are liquid storage containers, these tanks are usually storing water for human consumption. A water tank produces for the storage of drinking water, irrigation agriculture, fire suppression, agricultural farming and livestock, chemical manufacturing, food preparation as well as many other solutions.

Water Tank

Water tanks are liquid storage containers, these tanks are usually storing water for human consumption.…

An illustration of a water tower.

Water Tower

An illustration of a water tower.