Rainwater Harvesting And Storage Tanks

Enduramaxx Rainwater Harvesting Tanks are designed for both domestic and commercial applications. Rainwater harvesting tanks, known as vertical storage tanks or water storage tanks, provide the water storage element for Rainwater Harvesting Systems. Available in 40 sizes, from 150 litres to 90,000 litres, there’s a size in our plastic water tanks range to allow you to store rainwater and use it at your convenience.

These rainwater tanks are made from one-piece, rotationally moulded medium density polyethene, meaning there are minimal installation and assembly costs compared to traditional, sectional metal tanks. Tanks are available as above-ground rainwater tanks or underground rainwater harvesting tanks.

Enduramaxx rainwater harvesting filters prevent moss and leaves from going into your rainwater harvesting tank, whilst softening the water as it passes through the filter. Available as a basket filter or self-cleaning filter, there is a filter to suit every roof size whether it is a domestic house, an agricultural barn or a commercial factory.

Popular Sizes – 1,000 Litre | 1,500 Litre | 2,000 Litre | 5,000 Litre | 10,000 Litre | 15,000 Litre | 20,000 Litre | 25,000 Litre | 30,000 LItre

These are the six most common uses for Enduramaxx Rainwater Harvesting tanks in the United Kingdom.

Outside The Home

1) Garden Watering

Some homes use hundreds of litres of drinkable water each year watering their garden through the hosepipe, watering cans, or automated sprinkler systems. We are becoming more dependent on garden watering systems to irrigate lawns, crops and flower beds through our changing weather patterns. Underground water tanks fitted with a pump and filter can provide water supplies for dry spring and summer months.

2) Car Washing

A hosepipe will use around 10 litres per minute while washing the car while a domestic bucket may hold 15 litres of water. Washing the car can easily use up to 100 litres of water. A 800 litre slimline home and garden water rain water harvesting tank or water butt can be used to hold water.

3) Filling Ponds & Other Garden Features

Ponds are better topped up with rainwater from it being softer than mains water and being chlorine-free which can adversely affect wildlife.

Inside The Home

4) Flushing Toilets

The most common use of rainwater is for toilet flushing. Toilets can use up to 13 litres per flush with modern ones using as little as 4 litres. Rainwater for toilet flushing requires good filtration to remove particles that can discolour water or block valves. Depending on the usage the average person in the UK could flush over 30 litres down the toilet every day, which can soon mount up in households.

5) Clothes Washing

Harvested rainwater is also excellent for washing clothes in hard water areas. Naturally, soft rainwater will use less detergent and prevents the build-up of limescale prolonging the life of the washing machine. This will require good mechanical filtration of less than 0.5mm (500 microns). A 1500 litre water tank can be used for a wide range of applications.

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