Articles for: Polyethylene Tanks

Why Weight Determines Value and Strength in Poly Tanks

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In a previous article, we saw how the raw materials of a tank often differ in quality despite being named the same general material, for example, different grades of steel and poly mixes. This is one identifiable factor in higher and lesser quality tanks. What determines the value and strength of poly tank though? This ...

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Partially or Fully Burying Poly Water Tanks

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Burying a water tank is sometimes desirable to reduce their height, or placing them completely underground if you don’t have much surface space. Poly water tanks are the ideal solution, since steel tanks obviously can’t be buried since they will rust and corrode. This article will reveal what you need to know if yo ...

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How to Link Multiple Water Tanks to Increase Rainwater Harvesting Capacity

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Before you invest in a new water tank to store rainwater, perform some careful planning and consider a system setup of linking two or more water tanks together. A multiple water tank setup for rainwater harvesting provides many benefits including: Multiple tanks can be more cost-effective Reduction of lost water in tan ...

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Multiple Poly Tanks for Large Water Storage Requirements in Farming

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Many are familiar with the use and installation of individual water storage tanks, but the setup of multiple storage tanks in a rainwater harvesting system often isn’t considered. The use of multiple water tanks in larger scale water storage endeavours is neither difficult nor uncommon. This article looks at some ben ...

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Testing Poly Tank Sun Protection: Rotathene SUPA UV Polyethylene

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What is SUPA UV? Rotathene® provides a much higher level of protection against the Sun than the required industry standard for poly tanks. It is referred to as “SUPA UV” for this reason. Traditionally a UV8 level of stabilisation has been considered the minimum required for good long term protection in Aus ...

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