In-Ground Rain-Water Recuperation Tanks
Made from recyclable food quality polyethylene
Thick wallsVery resistance to deformation
4 and 2 ring handles for easy lifting and unloading
Big manhole, measuring 800 x 600: facilitates mounting filter and siphon
The cheminee measures about 250 mm high, with filling & overflow connections with joints & caps measuring ø 100 mm.
Also has 2 exit/enter places measuring ø 100 mm.
The double-insulated cover is green in color and lockable.
Top of Tank - 2 rings for lifting
Bottom of Tank - Stability Feet & ø 50 mm connection point for adding additional tanks in-line.
Also can be used as an holding tank.
| Cap litres || Width mm || Length mm ||Height mm / kg || Reference # || Price |
|2000 ||1260 ||2150 ||1590/112 ||08200 ||€850 |
|3000 ||1460 ||2450 ||1785/158 ||08201 ||€1100|
|4000 ||1690 ||2450 ||2010/208 ||08202 ||€1375 |
|5000 ||1910 ||2450 ||2230/258 ||08203 ||€1750 |
|7500 ||2200 ||2790 ||2500/390 ||08204 ||€2450 |
|10000 ||2420 ||2840 ||2590/480 ||08013 ||€3100 |
Plastic or Cement?
What is the best solution?
Unlike concrete tanks, plastic tanks, by their minimal weight, can be carried without requiring the help of machines and thereby avoid damage to your garden and septic system. This is particularly important if you are installing a rain-water recuperation tank in exsiting homes.
Another advantage of the plastic tank, is simplified cleaning.
Interior walls of concrete tanks are rough and impurities can easily lodge there
Also with a concrete tank, you run a risk by when washing the tank, that particles of cement or impurites missed by the filters pollute the rainwater and at worst, damage the pump.
In addition, limestone in the concrete can make the rainwater "impure".
Prices can change without notice. | Photos and diagrams non-contracatuels.
Shipping and handling not included.
Uses of Rain-Water
Filling of toilets & washing machines,
Watering of parks, gardens and sports grounds,
Cleaning of roadway systems (pavements, sidewalks, market areas),
Cleaning of vehicles,
Filling of ponds,
Filling of fire protection water reserves.