Rainwater Harvesting Tank Sizes
Rainwater tanks provide the water storage element for rainwater harvesting systems. Rainwater Solutions provide both domestic and commercial Rainwater Harvesting Tanks in many sizes and capacities. Above and below ground, potable rainwater tanks, non-potable rainwater tanks, static, vertical and squat tanks.
Collection tanks allow rain water to be used at your convenience for many purposes, including garden irrigation while you’re away on holiday, washing your car, filling kid’s paddling pools and household tasks such as washing and toilet flushing – the list is endless!
Our rainwater tanks are available in two formats: above ground and below ground:
Above-Ground Rainwater Tanks
Vertical Potable Water Tanks
Vertical Rainwater Water Tanks (non-potable)
Static Water Tanks
Very Low Capacity Tanks: 500L
Medium Capacity Tanks: 5000L
Squat Water Tanks
Additional 150L to 4,000L Water Tanks
Low Capacity Tanks: 1,350L Non-Potable Tank
Underground Rainwater Tanks
Underground tanks are available in 2 formats: large capacity, horizontal and cylindrical and shallower rectangular water tanks. The advantage of shallow rectangular tanks is less excavation. If you’re in an area where the water table is high, this type of tank will be far easier to install and are normally smaller capacity than the round tanks. F-Line Flat Underground Tanks are available in 1500L, 3000L, 5000L and 7500L sizes with accessories.
Using a fine mesh filter within a rainwater diverter will give you finely filtered rainwater. Combined with one of our rainwater harvesting tanks, you’ll have the perfect solution for sustainable water efficiency with ultimately convenient installation and maintenance.
With an annual average 85,000 litres of rain water falling on each roof in the UK, collecting and storing rainwater for recycling reduces costs and helps the environment too! You’ll enjoy lower water meter bills and won’t have to worry about watering restrictions in your area during the summer months. Hose pipe and sprinkler bans are a big concern for any keen gardener, but rainwater collection takes that worry away.