Water Tanks for Rainwater Harvesting
We have small tanks, large tanks, permanent tanks, temporary tanks, lightweight tanks, tanks that are installed underground, and tanks that can be rolled up for storage. The Corrugated Steel Rainwater Tanks come in a range of sizes and are all built with the durability to withstand the harsh Australian climate. The Rainwater Storage Bladder Tanks are the best way to save on space, hide your water storage, and optimise your stored water quality. The Poly Rainwater Tanks are the cost-effective choice for a myriad of applications. The Underground Rainwater Tanks are excellent for limited space applications and efficient rainwater storage.
With all of the different types of Water Tanks Waterplex has to offer, you are bound to find the right type made from the right material in the right size for the right job. Available in a wide assortment of measurements, these tanks can hold between a range of about 250 litres to a total of 272,000 litres. We recommend exploring each option we have available to determine exactly what type of rainwater tank you need to match your requirements.
Waterplex Steel Water Tanks
Engineered with the kind of durability that is needed to withstand the harsh environments of Australia, the line of Waterplex Steel Tanks offers some of the toughest water storage solutions that you can trust. They are engineered from high-quality Bluescope® Aquaplate® steel that features an inner food-grade polymer lining over the surface of the steel that effectively protects the quality of the water. Available in a wide variety of sizes, these tanks can hold between 250 litres of water to 272,000 litres of water. Choose from our selection of slimline, square, rectangular, modular slimline, all-in-one, round, panel, and garden bed, each one available in a variety of shapes, so you'll be sure to find one that fits your property.
Waterplex Storage Bladder Tanks
The Reo Sac and Eco Sac are Waterplex’s solution to storing liquids in areas that have limited space or limited access. Since they can be rolled up to a fraction of their full capacity, they are the more lightweight alternative that allow you to effectively maximise the amount of water they can hold in a small area. The Eco Sac features a frame so that the tank can store up to 20% more water per square metre while the frame ensures that the tank doesn’t move or touch the building structure. The Reo Sac is the domestic reinforced water bladder tank that gets the job done while preserving the quality of your water. Both options are excellent choices for those who want to put their water storage capabilities into good and trustworthy hands.
Plastic Poly Water Tanks
The Waterplex Poly Tanks are the versatile, low-budget, and reliable option for those seeking a dependable water storage solution for their property. They can be used for a variety of applications, whether it’s commercial, industrial, or domestic. These rainwater tanks, which are engineered from durable and strong UV stabilised polyethylene plastic, are available in liquid carrying capacities ranging from 720 litres to 46,400 litres. They come in different styles, such as slimline, round, and under deck, in a variety of heights, widths, and depths, so you will be sure to find the right sized tank for your property. The Poly Tanks are manufactured to comply with the Australian standard for manufacturing plastic water tanks (AS/NZS 4766 Polyethylene storage tanks for water and chemicals).
Underground Water Tanks
Underground Water Tanks are the ideal solution for properties that don’t have a lot of space above ground. These tanks take up all of that space below the surface, putting it to good use. They stay out of site, so they don’t affect the overall look of the property. Easy to install, there are two types of underground tanks: the Donut, which can hold up to 3,000 litres of liquid, and the Bagel, which can hold up to 5,000 litres of liquid. Both of them are can be used as rainwater storage for irrigation or reticulation back into the home in line with the local, state, or federal requirements or guidelines as well as for the detention and retention of water to meet local council requirements.