Steel Slimline Rainwater Tank Installation
When installing your steel slimline water tanks onto your property, there are a few rules that you must keep in mind in order to capture as much rainwater as possible. Remember tot try and place the tank in a central location to get as many downpipes connected to it as possible. Check the roof area feeding each downpipe and try to optimise the roof as it is capturing water for your tank (more downpipes do not necessarily mean the largest catchment area). Be sure to install a high-quality stainless steel mesh inlet, a first flush rainwater diverter or rain head to remove any debris the water delivers from your roof, and a quality pump. If you are using your rainwater for drinking water, install an in-line water filter between the rainwater tank and your taps.
Steel Slimline Rainwater Tank Specifications
The steel slimline tanks are supplied with the following standard fittings: 400mm inlet leaf strainer, 25mm outlet, brass ball valve, and 90mm PVC overflow. These tanks are both durable and dependable, offering a reliable way to safely store your water on your property. Every tank is individually water tested before it is delivered onto the slab at your home. The tanks vary in height, width, length, and depth and can hold between 350 litres to 5,530 litres of water.