Water Tanks & Pumps
Rainwater Tanks arenít just huge, round and unsightly anymore. They come in many shapes and sizes as well as an extensive range of colours to Match all surrounding paint schemes. Pump connections pressurise the water for uses around the house such as sprinklers, hoses, irrigation etc and for internal uses such as toilets & washers. When planning to install a tank, Roofing and Guttering must be clean or be replaced and appropriate screens should be implemented to stop debris and insects entering the rainwater tank. We recommend an efficient and clean catchment system is in place to get the most out of your rainwater tank.
Connecting a pump to your rainwater tank will maximise its uses around the home. There are various sizes of pumps that effectively transfer water, small pumps deigned for hosing cars/garden, medium sized pumps capable of running small irrigation systems with good pressure and large capacity pumps capable of running the entire house and or large irrigation system.
* Having no pump (limits it applications) relies on gravity to make use of the rainwater in watering cans or drip irrigation.
* Pressure pumps; ranging from small to large capacity pumps providing high flow rates and pressure to facilitate an irrigation system or household applications.
* Submersible pumps can be placed inside tanks as a quieter alternative to stand alone units.