Enduramaxx Water Bowsers

Enduramaxx Water Bowsers are available as towable and skid water bowsers are WRAS approved (black, boat blue or natural coloured tanks) for the storage and transport of drinking water. These provide cost-effective on-site solutions where no mains water connections are available and can be used for livestock watering.

Road Tow Water Bowsers

Water Bowsers for road tow have been built to meet the highway regulations and equipped with lights and indicators with an electrical connection. Our 1125 litre road-towable units have an advantage over our site tow units as they can be pre-filled and towed to events or festivals where clean water and/or drinking water is required. Our water tanks are all fully DWI approved and meet the specific requirements of Regulation 31.

Site Tow Water Bowsers

Site Tow Water Bowsers are specifically designed for site use and come with a galvanised frame for many years of use. Our 2000 litre towable water bowsers are available with a pump mounting plate which enables the fitting of different pumps and another add-on for watering of large gardens, hanging baskets, orchards, vegetable plots and more. These single axle dust suppression bowsers are popular on construction sites.

Pressure Washer Bowsers

Ideal for agricultural, industrial, and commercial uses with a choice of Honda petrol or Yammer diesel engines, hot or cold-water units, we keep a wide selection of pump options and tank sizes in stock to ensure that we have the washer to match your requirements. Bowser pressure washers are ideal applications including the construction rental industry, bowser hire, plant & machinery, landscaping, and facilities management industries.

These site tow, skid-mounted and highway jet washer bowsers have been designed to meet the rigorous demands of construction and council use. The rotationally moulded tank gives long periods of uninterrupted clean water for where water supplies are limited.

Drinking Water Bowsers

Our range of water bowsers for emergency water and potable water for welfare units are listed under the Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI).

Regulation 31 ensures that water suppliers, when producing and distributing drinking water, only use products and substances that do not cause any detrimental effects on the safety or quality of the drinking water.

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