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Key Features

  • Save money on water bills by using your own water source
  • 100% UV protection against the sun to protect drinking water against algae build-up or dirt
  • Maximum capacities for the space you have available at home for maximum water accumulation
  • Unique profiled 0.8mm zincalume steel with firmness of shape and mechanical strength
  • Corrosion is greatly reduced by the polymer coating between the tank wall and the water stored
  • Aesthetically pleasing and modern look for architectural designs
  • Install as a complete rainwater harvesting system to improve water quality with almost no maintenance
  • Cost-effective, quick and easy installation as a DIY project at home
  • Lifespan of 20 years or longer

Product Description

Why Choose A Steel Rainwater Tank?

The modern steel rainwater harvesting tank has some unique outstanding features with some major benefits over tanks built with alternative materials:

  • The strength of steel tanks ensures that they will not deteriorate over time under the harsh South African sun, as it may with other materials. Additional corrosion protection from a long life polymer coating on the inside of the tank walls and base prevents the growth of algae and bacteria.
  • It can easily hold the large forces generated by tons of water without stretching or bulging.
  • Many customers agree that a steel tank option is much more aesthetically pleasing than the polyethylene tank options and this is why it is the choice of tank for many architects when designing a water harvesting system.
  • The difference between steel and poly/plastic rainwater tanks are that a steel rainwater tank is 100% UV-proof, ensuring that steel rainwater tanks will not degrade in sunlight. Plastic or polyethylene rainwater tanks are affected by ultraviolet light and can break down over time, losing both strength and their colour.

Did you know?

  • One square metre of roof will provide one litre of water for every millimetre of rain.
  • 1000 Litres of water stored is equal to one tonne in weight.
  • Normal garden hosing can use up to 1000 litres per hour of stored rainwater.
  • You can reduce your household dependence on main water systems by 70% with the collection of rainwater from rooftops. Rainwater is pure and inexpensive and it does not contain harmful contaminants or chemicals. Then why pay for something that is naturally for free…