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  • 3000L Slimline Water Tank | Clark Tanks
    Tank 3 000 Litres Our 3000L Slimline Tank SL3000 is perfect for the side of your house fence or tight spaces Available in a range of attractive colours to complement your home Tank Specifications Model SL3000 Capacity 3000 litres Region Availability QLD NSW VIC Height mm 2 000 2 000 2 000 Width mm 785 785 785 Length mm 2 570 2 570 2 570 Accessories Included Valve Strainer Clark Tank Features Moulded one piece design Manufactured from food grade UV treated polyethylene to meet Australian Standard 4020 our tank material will not rust or corrode has no fibres and will not taint the taste of water Clark Tanks is proudly Australian owned and operated Water Tank Colours Clark Water Tanks are available in 14 tank grade colours to match your preferred taste Get a Free Quote Enter your name Phone number Email address Region NSW North NSW South Qld North Qld VIC Postcode How can we help you Testimonials Excellent service and prompt delivery also the delivery serviceman was very helpful Great price Thanks Clark Tanks James Egan Darlington Vic Great contact with the sales team and truck driver was excellent Kelly Pulham Shepparton Vic Great and will be ordering another soon Clark tanks were extremely helpful in a needy time and helped me when our old concrete tank cracked Delivered the new tank in 2 days well done guys Also the driver was extremely helpful nothing was a problem Damien Baker Yea Vic Great service and quality tanks with great price Thanks for accommodating with delivery Anatharajan Nadarajan Beaufort Vic Details and the order were easy to arrange along with delivery to property Bob Martin Boneo Vic Great to deal with and great service I would recommend Clark Tanks to any one Thank you for your quick quotations

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  • 5000L Slimline Water Tank (SL5000) | Clark Tanks
    5 000 Litres Our 5000L Slimline Tank SL5000 is a larger sized slimline tank perfect for the side of your house fence or tight spaces Available in a range of attractive colours to complement your home Tank Specifications Model SL5000 Capacity 5000 litres Region Availability QLD NSW VIC Height mm Model Not Available 2 100 Model Not Available Width mm 1 050 Length mm 3 300 Accessories Included Valve Strainer Clark Tank Features Moulded one piece design Manufactured from food grade UV treated polyethylene to meet Australian Standard 4020 our tank material will not rust or corrode has no fibres and will not taint the taste of water Clark Tanks is proudly Australian owned and operated Water Tank Colours Clark Water Tanks are available in 14 tank grade colours to match your preferred taste Get a Free Quote Enter your name Phone number Email address Region NSW North NSW South Qld North Qld VIC Postcode How can we help you Testimonials Excellent service and prompt delivery also the delivery serviceman was very helpful Great price Thanks Clark Tanks James Egan Darlington Vic Great contact with the sales team and truck driver was excellent Kelly Pulham Shepparton Vic Great and will be ordering another soon Clark tanks were extremely helpful in a needy time and helped me when our old concrete tank cracked Delivered the new tank in 2 days well done guys Also the driver was extremely helpful nothing was a problem Damien Baker Yea Vic Great service and quality tanks with great price Thanks for accommodating with delivery Anatharajan Nadarajan Beaufort Vic Details and the order were easy to arrange along with delivery to property Bob Martin Boneo Vic Great to deal with and great service I would recommend Clark Tanks to any one Thank you for your quick

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  • Li-Lo Underground Rainwater Tank Instructions | Clark Tanks
    Sale General Information BASIX Building Sustainability Stock Water Tank Projects Why Poly Water Tanks What s a Better Water Tank Which Water Tank Supplier About Us Testimonials Clark Tanks World Class Design Build Value Contact Us Clark Tanks in Queensland Clark Tanks in Victoria Clark Tanks in NSW Get a Quote Home Rainwater Tanks Underground Water Tanks Li Lo Underground Rainwater Tank Instructions Li Lo Underground Rainwater Tank Manual Instructions for Li Lo Water Tank Models 1600 L 3000 L 5000 L The points described in these instructions must be observed under all circumstances All warranty rights are invalidated in the event of non observance Separate installation instructions are enclosed in the transportation packaging for all additional articles purchased from GARANTIA Download Li Lo Installation Manual PDF 1 1 MB Missing instructions must be requested from us immediately The tank must be checked for any damage prior to insertion into the trench under all circumstances Installation must be carried out by a specialist company 1 GENERAL NOTES 1 1 Safety 1 2 Labelling Tagging obligation 2 INSTALLATION CONDITIONS 2 1 Pedestrian weight resistant 2 2 Light traffic load resistant 2 3 General 3 TECHNICAL DATA 3 1 GARANTIA Li Lo Rainwater Underground Tank 3 2 GARANTIA Teleskopic Dome Shaft 3 3 GARANTIA PE Cover 3 4 GARANTIA Car Modul 4 TANK STRUCTURE 5 INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY 5 1 Construction site 5 2 Trench 5 3 Insertion and filling 5 4 Routing connections 6 ASSEMBLING GARANTIA TELESCOPIC DOME SHAFT 6 1 Assembly of Telescopic dome shaft 6 2 Assembly of PE Cover 6 3 Assembly of Car Modul with cast iron cover Class B 6 4 Assembling the telescopic dome shaft as adapter 7 INSPECTION AND SERVICING Li Lo Tank Manual 1 General Notes 2 Installation Conditions 3 Technical Data 4

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  • Guide for Safely Installing Round Poly Water Tanks: Site Preparation, Tank Delivery and Pipework
    and Maintenance Before your tank is delivered you will need to work out your system to ensure you have adequate piping from your gutters to where your rainwater tank will be that you have appropriate stormwater drainage and a solid foundation Incorrect bases or bases that erode away over time will cause your water tank to become uneven over time Rainwater tanks are generally tested under normal atmospheric on a flat base If your base becomes sloped or unstable then this can cause your tank to warp or fail Slab bases for Clark Tanks poly tanks should be on level ground with 100mm thick of compacted crusher dust free from soft spots or 100mm reinforced concrete should be at least 200mm greater than the diameter of the tank i e 100mm greater all around the tank for tanks greater than 36 000 litres must be at least 150mm bigger than the base diameter of tank at least 150mm thick with 2 layers of F82 mesh 75mm apart and thickening of 200mm wide and 200mm deep with Y16 reo bar at the bottom of the thickening around the edge of the slab 32 MPa concrete mix should have a retainment around base to prevent erosion Tank Delivery When having a poly water tank delivered unless you a crane arranged then you will generally need a sufficient number of people to assist with unloading your tank As a guide for the number of able men required to lift a poly tank include the driver based upon Clark Tanks tank sizes 1 000L to 13 600L 2 men 22 700L 3 men 23 600L to 31 800L 4 men 36 300 to 46 800L 5 men Cranes often require good access to the site and suitable ground for the legs of the crane to stabilise the truck To ensure you have no surprises it is important to discuss your site delivery in advance before your tank is delivered Once your poly water tank is delivered it is essential that 2 5cm of water is put into the tank If water is not available ensure that the tank is tied down to secure it from being blown away and damaged Tank Fittings and Pipework To be functional your rainwater tank will need several holes cut into it At a minimum you will require three holes Tank Inlet where rainwater flows into your tank often a hole in the top of your tank where you place a strainer with a tight seal to keep out mosquitoes and debris Tank Outlet located at the bottom of your tank you fit a ball valve which connected to a flexible rubber hose which absorbs any shock and movement that is in turn connected to your pipework Tank Overflow at the top of your tank where PVC piping is connected to allow excess rainwater to flow out of your tank away from your tank base and into stormwater drainage Important Ensure all plumbing from your tank s outlets are

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  • How to Avoid Problems with Your Poly Water Tank: Examples of Poor Tank Installation and Misuse
    tank caving in so don t do it Lack of man power water tanks can be quite heavy and so it is important you have enough people power to help unload and move your tank into place Clark Tanks recommend customers have adequate manpower onsite to assist 9 092L 13 638L 1 person required onsite at time of delivery 2 total 22 730L 2 people required onsite at time of delivery 3 total 23 640L 31 823L 3 people required onsite at time of delivery 4 total 36 369L 46 824L 4 people required onsite at time of delivery 5 total Failure to secure tank it is essential upon delivery of your tank that you immediately fill it with 2 5cm of water to properly secure it from being blown over and damaged Moving a tank that isn t empty when moving your tank it is important that you ensure it is empty Moving a tank with water isn t just heavy but can exert enormous pressure on the base and walls Poor Tank Base or Foundations Uneven and soft surfaces for example rocky and uneven ground with little preparation can undermine the base or cause sharp objects to damage or even protrude your tank keep in mind that 1000 litres of water weighs a tonne Poor deck bases timber sleepers bricks or corrugated iron are unstable and should not be used under any circumstances These are unstable and may stress the tank causing it to fail deck bases formed from timber sleepers bricks or corrugated iron are unstable and can cause additional stresses resulting in tank failure Incorrect slab thickness or material poly tanks need to be placed on compacted crusher dust or reinforced concrete that is 100mm in thickness 150mm thick if greater than 36 000L Incorrect slab diameter all bases should be at least 200mm greater than the diameter of the tank 100mm space all around the tank No base retainer over time the tank base can be eroded causing the foundation to become sloped or unstable To prevent this happening an adequate retainment should be considered for the base Poor Tank Installation Solid tank foundations just covered they are crucial to maintaining the structural integrity of your tank Lack support for connecting pipes pipes leading from your tank overflow and outlet should be fully support without relying upon your tank s structure Unsupported pipework causes excessive strain on fittings and tank wall No flexible joiner from tank outlet to pipework a short 300mm flexible rubber hose from your tank outlet valve to plastic pipework will help absorb any shocks and movement preventing broken fittings Tank overflow pipes need to lead water away from tank or your tank s foundations can be undermined It is important to note that Clark Tanks poly tanks are manufactured in Australia to be some of the strongest on the market They are made to exceed the Australian Standard for poly tanks AS NZS 4766 Polyethylene storage tanks for water and chemicals

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  • Rainwater Tank Fittings and Accessories: Additional Extras to Consider for Your Water Tank
    will flow into it where will excess rainwater flow once your tank is full and then how you will access the rainwater in your tank At a minimum you will require three holes in your water tank as follows Tank Inlet where rainwater flows into your tank often a hole in the top of your tank where you place a strainer with a tight seal to keep out mosquitoes and debris Tank Outlet located at the bottom of your tank where a ball valve is fitted connected to a flexible rubber hose that can absorb any shock and movement preventing excess strain on fitting and tank wall Tank Overflow at the top of your tank where PVC piping is connected to allow excess rainwater to flow out of your tank away from your tank base and into stormwater drainage Important these points can be entry points for animals and insects into your tank and so require adequate screening Tank Strainers and Screening Food approved strainers should be placed at the top of your tank where rainwater flows in and they stop leaves insects frogs mosquitoes and the like from entering your tank Overflow screening should also be had Leaf strainer covers can also be purchased stopping sunlight entering your water tank which keeps your water algae free Rain heads leaf eaters can also be purchased to deflect leaves and debris away as the rainwater comes down your gutter into downpipes that lead to your water tank Gutter guards can also be purchased to further prevent leaves from clogging and or making their way into pipes leading to your rainwater tank Tank Pumps and Pump Covers You will need a water pump to access your rainwater around your house and property In addition you should purchase a pump cover specially designed for your pump to ensure it receives maximum protection from the weather Electric pumps are by far the most popular Rainwater to Mains Water Switch Have you thought about what would happen if the rainwater in your tank ran dry while being connected to your toilet laundry or shower The solution is installing a rainwater to mains water switch This allows rainwater to be used as your primary water supply but your mains water supply gets used once your rainwater runs low An automatic switching device is recommended which can actually help reduce your mains water usage by 40 Downpipe Water Diverters First Flush First flush water diverters help to prevent the initial run off of roof rainwater entering your water tank This first flush of rainwater often contains debris and leaves amongst other things and having a water diverter prevents such from entering into your tank water Tank Self Cleaning System When harvesting rainwater in your water tank you want to ensure that it remains clean fresh and safe Organic particles from leaves and the like often find their way into your tank and turns into a sludge at the bottom of your tank Everything three years it is

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  • Rainwater Tanks in Victoria: Government and Council Requirements
    a rainwater tank your tank should have every access point except the inlet and overflow sealed to prevent the risk of children adults and animals drowning or contaminating the water tank inlets and overflows should have screens to keep out foreign matter and to stop mosquitoes and other insects getting into the tank Local Councils in Victoria Before buying your rainwater tank you should check out health building and council regulations in your local area In addition to appropriately screening your tank many Victorian councils require Plumbing in rainwater tanks to be conducted by a licensed plumber check whether your plumber in licensed in Victoria plumbers should be licensed and not simply registered A plumbing compliance certificate to be issued by the licensed plumber who performs the work Overflow pipe to storm water drain so rainwater that overflows is appropriate run off your property Placement of tanks to be screened from view on the street or surrounding properties or if such isn t possible your tank should not be unsightly be located more than 500mm within your property s boundary avoid loss of trees and significant vegetation removal of trees and earthworks may also require a planning permit Victorian Plumbing Compliance The Victorian Building Authority VBA states that any plumbing work with a total value greater than 750 including labour materials appliances and or fixtures regardless of who they were purchased by requires a compliance certificate issued upon completion Your plumber must provide you with a signed compliance certificate within five days of them installing your rainwater tanks They must also lodge details of the compliance certificate to the VBA within the same timeframe You should keep a copy of the compliance certificate as it provides a record which can protect you against faulty workmanship Only a licensed plumber can

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  • Australian Standards for Quality Poly Water Tanks
    without formal certification you are just trusting the word of a business With any Australian business or manufacturer that claims meet a particular standard you should request their certificate or certification number and agency who certified them If a business cannot provide such it doesn t mean they don t comply with the claimed standard You should however expect certification for most important standards Clark Tanks have been certified by Global Certification Pty Ltd for AS NZS 4766 2006 Polyethylene Storage Tanks for Water Chemicals Cert 300 1 and AS NZS ISO 9001 2008 Quality Management System Cert 299 1 These are perhaps two of the importance standards that a quality poly tank manufacturer should comply with AS NZS 4766 ISO 9001 Standards AS NZS 4766 Polyethylene storage tanks for water and chemicals this standard specifies requirements for the design and manufacture of polyethylene storage tanks that are rotationally moulded in one piece seamless construction for non buried vertical installation and capable of containing water liquids for food and beverage manufacture and chemical solutions at atmospheric pressure All quality polyethylene tanks should be certified to this standard AS NZS ISO 9001 Quality management systems this standard specifies requirements for quality management systems applicable to an organisation regardless of size type industry product or service It focuses on the quality management system s effectiveness in meeting customer requirements and demonstrates that processes are in place to continually meet those requirements Australian Standards for Drinkable Water AS 2070 Plastics materials for food contact use this standard applies to the manufacture of the plastics materials resins granules and powders and colorants for food contact use and describes procedures to be followed during the various stages of processing by manufacturers of plastics items for food contact Adherence to this standard means your tank will be food grade so the water stored within is safe from plastic toxins AS NZS 4020 Testing of products for use in contact with drinking water this standard specifies requirements for the suitability of products for use in contact with drinking water and defines test methods for evaluating their effect on the quality of the water This generally applies to items such as pipes and fittings that will come into contact with your drinking water Clark Tanks Application of Australian Standards Clark Tanks poly tanks all comply with the above Australian standards being constructed of plastic materials that are of a food grade standard meets AS 2070 safe for storing drinking water once rotomoulded into shape meets AS NZS 4020 designed and manufactured to maintain structural integrity while holding liquids or chemicals under normal atmospheric conditions certified to AS4766 2006 We are also AS NZS ISO 9001 certified meaning you can be assured of a quality product being produced over and over again through reliable manufacturing process This is especially important to our partners who need to know a quality tank will be produced every time Categories Poly Water Tanks Water Tank Standards Tags as nz 4766 buyers guide iso

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