Water Storage TanksWater in Australia is something that a lot of us take for granted. In the city it’s as easy as turning on the tap and out comes the water, but for our rural population the humble water storage tank is the life blood of existence. Most Australians would be aware that we live in the driest populated continent in the world, but until recently rainwater storage tanks haven’t been a common site in the urban back yard. Water storage tanks are able to store substances that are used for all sorts of purposes. They are highly utilized in the industrial processes, such as water, sewage, petroleum and chemicals. Water storage Tanks are used in a variety of industries, such as the agricultural, oil/gas, water and waste water treatment. They are also used to store everything from molasses to chemical waste. Check with manufacture before you use the storage tank for anything other water as you may void your warranty. Water storage tanks differ in size and capacity, ranging from small tanks holding one hundred litres to water storage tanks greater than 50,000 litres. Common manufactures of water storage tanks include National Poly, Tankmasta, Supatank, Precision Poly and Poly Rainwater Tanks. Storage tanks are mainly used to store water and are now widely used in the urban markets, the inner city markets and also outback and rural areas. Water storage tanks are now becoming a standard inclusion on all new homes being built and many companies and organizations are now buying water storage tanks for their commercial uses too. Water storage tanks can vary in shape and size, from the standard round storage tank to the new slim line storage tanks, also available are rectangle under deck water storage tanks and under house bladder style storage tanks. All these styles of tank storage systems can hold anywhere from a couple of hundred litres of water to tens of thousands of litres. Various materials are used for constructing water storage tanks include plastic, polyethylene, polypropylene, fiberglass, concrete, steel and stainless steel. Things to consider when thinking of installing a water storage tank: 1. Location of the water storage tank (indoors, outdoors, above ground or underground). 2. Volume of water the water storage tank will need to hold for your needs. 3. What the stored water will be used for, gardens, washing, flushing toilets etc. 4. Temperature of area where water will be stored, concern for freezing. 5. Whether you need pressurized supply for delivering the water. 6. How much roof area you can collect water from. 7. Wind and Earthquake design considerations allow water tanks to survive seismic and high wind events. Ask about our special range of water storage water tanks at rainwatertanksdirect.com.au
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