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  • Installation Conditions - Li-Lo Underground Water Tank Instructions
    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 2 Installation Conditions 2 Installation Conditions 2 1 Pedestrian Weight Resistant The GARANTIA Li Lo Rainwater Underground Tank with the PE cover may only be installed in traffic free areas The amount of short term load of the PE cover is max 150 kg the long term area load max 50 kg 2 2 Light Traffic Load Resistant The GARANTIA Li Lo Rainwater Underground Tank with the cast iron cover Class B and cement support ring are suitable for installation in light traffic areas max total load 3 5 ton Thetanks are not to be installed in areas where heavy goods vehicles are driven The areas driven by light traffic must have a compacted earth covering of not less than 700 mm and a maximum of 1000 mm Under no circumstances is the load caused by vehicles to be transferred to the tank 2 3 General In the case of ground water or slope locations the special installation instructions must be followed For installation adjacent to areas traversed by heavy vehicles The maximum allowed earth coverage above the tank shoulder must not be more than 1200 mm in green areas only not under areas used by passenger cars Feasible earth coverage height with GARANTIA telescopic dome shaft in green areas Maximum allowed earth coverage height with second GARANTIA telescopic dome shaft as adapter or extension in green areas only not under areas used by passenger cars Allowed earth coverage height with GARANTIA telescopic dome shaft and passenger car module with cast iron cover class B in areas used by passenger cars max total load 3 5 ton without groundwater and stratum water Allowed earth coverage

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  • Technical Data - Li-Lo Underground Water Tank Instructions
    Shows Tank Delivery Locations How To Install Your Tank Tank Colours Available AS NZS 4766 ISO 9001 Water Usage Calculator Warranty Conditions Terms of 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 3 Technical Data 3 Technical Data 3 1 GARANTIA Li Lo Rainwater Underground Tank Tank Weight L B H Htot 1600 L 80 kg 2100 mm 1250 mm 700 mm 1015 mm 3000 L 170 kg 2450 mm 2100 mm 735 mm 1050 mm 5000 L 240 kg 2890 mm 2300 mm 950 mm 1265 mm Htot total height 3 2 GARANTIA Teleskopic Dome Shaft 3 3 GARANTIA PE Cover 3 4 GARANTIA Car Modul Li Lo Tank Manual 1 General Notes 2 Installation Conditions 3 Technical Data 4 Tank Structure 5 Installation and Assembly 6 Telescopic Dome Shaft 7 Inspection and Servicing Dalby Service Centre 18304 Warrego Highway Dalby QLD 4405 P

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  • Tank Structure - Li-Lo Underground Water Tank Instructions
    Feed Water Troughs Bulk Feed Molasses Silos Lightweight Storage Silos Roller Lickers Industrial Tanks Info Centre Knowledge Base Clark Information Product Brochures Field Days Ag Shows Tank Delivery Locations How To Install Your Tank Tank Colours Available AS NZS 4766 ISO 9001 Water Usage Calculator Warranty Conditions Terms of 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 4 Tank Structure 4 Tank Structure Cover PE Cover or Car Modul Telescopic attachment Telescopic conical nipple Dome Shaft Li Lo Rainwater Underground Tank Li Lo Tank Manual 1 General Notes 2 Installation Conditions 3 Technical Data 4 Tank Structure 5 Installation and Assembly 6 Telescopic Dome Shaft 7 Inspection and Servicing Dalby Service Centre 18304 Warrego Highway Dalby QLD 4405 P 07 4660 6800 F 07 4669 8041 Bathurst Service Centre 1 Cardiff Place Bathurst NSW 2795 P 02 6334 2720 F 02 6334 2750 Moama Service

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  • Installation and Assembly - Li-Lo Underground Water Tank Instructions
    authority to determine the physical characteristics of the subsoil 5 2 Trench To ensure that sufficient space is available for working the base area of the trench must exceed the dimensions of the tank by 100 mm on each side the distance from solid constructions must be at least 1000 mm If the depth of the trench is 1250 mm an embankment must be designed according to DIN 4124 The construction site must be horizontal and plane and must guarantee sufficient load bearing capacity The depth of the trench must be dimensioned so that the max earth coverage see point 2 installation conditions above the tank is not exceeded To use the system throughout the entire year it is necessary to install the tank and those parts of the system which conduct water in the frost free area The frost free depth is usually approx 600 mm 800 mm precise information in this regard can be obtained from the responsible authority A layer of compacted round grain gravel grain size 8 16 thickness approx 100 150 mm is applied as the foundation 5 2 1 Slope embankment etc On installation of the tank in the immediate vicinity 5 m of a slope earthen mound or slope a statically calculated supporting wall must be erected to absorb the soil pressure The wall must exceed the dimensions of the tank by at least 500 mm in all directions and must be located at least 1000 mm away from the tank 5 2 2 Groundwater and cohesive waterimpermeable soils e g clay soil If it is anticipated that the tanks will be immersed deeper into the groundwater than is shown in the adjacent figure sufficient dissipation must be ensured See table for max immersion depth Dissipation of the drainage water e g via an annular drainage system is recommended in the case of cohesive water impermeable soils 5 2 3 Installation adjacent to surfaces used by vehicles If the underground tanks are installed adjacent to surfaces which are used by heavy vehicles weighing over 3 5 ton the minimum distance away from these surfaces is at least the depth of the trench 5 2 4 Connection of several tanks Two or more tanks are connected via the assembly surfaces by means of GARANTIA special seals and basic pipes to be provided at construction site The apertures must be drilled to the corresponding size using only the GARANTIA special crown bit It must be ensured that the distance between the tanks is at least 500 mm The pipes must project at least 200 mm into the tanks 5 3 Insertion and Filling The tanks must be inserted impact free into the prepared trench using suitable equipment To avoid deformities the tank is filled 1 3 with water before filling in the tank surrounding Afterwards the surrounding roundgrain gravel max grain size 8 16 is then filled in layers of max 30 cm steps and is compacted The individual layers as well as the medial

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  • Assembling GARANTIA Telescopic Dome Shaft - Li-Lo Underground Water Tank Instructions
    is pushed on first lubricate the sealing ring The telescopic attachment must be well supported with back fill material to ensure that it will not sink when under load For assembling the telescopic dome shaft is placed loosely on the tank opening It gains its final stability without further fastening when the pit is filled up and compressed 6 2 Assembly of PE Cover The PE Cover must remain locked child proof in position except when working in the tank The three sleeves are guided and hammered from below into the holes of the telescopic attachment and screwed from above with 5 6 turns Finally place the cover in position and screw into place so that it is child proof The washers prevent the screws from cutting into plastic material of the cover 6 3 Assembly of Car Modul with cast iron cover Class B When the tank is installed in areas traversed by light traffic max total load 3 5 ton the telescopic assembly must be embedded and sup ported by reinforced concrete Load classification B25 250 Kg m The concrete encasement must be uninterrupted 300 mm wide and approximately 200 mm deep Subsequently the concrete frame as well as the cast iron cover class B supplied with the product are fitted The earth covering above the tank must be not less than 700 mm and a maximum of 1000 mm Under no circumstances are ensuing loads to be transferred directly to the tank The Li Lo Rainwater Underground Tank may under no circumstances be installed in areas traversed by heavy goods vehicles or heavy machinery See point 5 2 3 6 4 Assembling the telescopic dome shaft as adapter If a wider dome shaft 3 is used as shaft extension or adapter for larger earth coverage it is

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  • Inspection and Servicing - Li-Lo Underground Water Tank Instructions
    How To Install Your Tank Tank Colours Available AS NZS 4766 ISO 9001 Water Usage Calculator Warranty Conditions Terms of 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 7 Inspection and Servicing 7 Inspection and Servicing The entire system must be checked for leaks cleanliness and stability at least every three months The entire system should be serviced at intervals of approx 5 years In this case all parts of the system must be cleaned and their function checked Servicing should be carried out as follows Drain the tank completely Clean surfaces and internal parts with water Remove all dirt from the tank Check that all internal parts are firmly seated Li Lo Tank Manual 1 General Notes 2 Installation Conditions 3 Technical Data 4 Tank Structure 5 Installation and Assembly 6 Telescopic Dome Shaft 7 Inspection and Servicing Dalby Service Centre 18304 Warrego Highway

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  • Downpipe “First Flush” Rainwater Diverters
    the lifetime of pumps and appliances Very easy to install and maintain How Downpipe Water Diverters Work Rain falls from the sky and runs down your roof and gutters Water flows into the downpipe from your gutter and starts heading towards your tank Vertical PVC piping intersects your piping your gutter to your tank which the initial rainwater flows into a starts to fill A float ball valve located inside the vertical pipe starts to rise with the rainwater Once full the ball value creates a seal at the top which prevents dirty rainwater escaping Clean rainwater continues flowing from your gutter through the pipe over the ball and into your water tank A slow release valve at the bottom of the vertical PVC piping releases the dirty water over time Alternatively a drip irrigation system is sometimes fitted which leads to your garden Should You Install a Rainwater Diverter If keeping your rainwater as fresh as possible is important to you then we highly recommend installing a rainwater diverter in addition to gutter strainers and or leaf strainers Water diverters will help to prevent any debris and pollutants on your roof and gutter from being washed straight into your tank This will also help to reduce the sludge that would otherwise collect at the bottom of your tank and need cleaning out Clark Tanks supply first flush downpipe water diverter kits Make an enquiry with us today using the form above or inquire when purchasing your tank about any rainwater tank package deals that include a water diverter Categories Water Tank Installation Tags water diverter water quality water tank plumbing Share Article Get a Free Quote Enter your name Phone number Email address Region NSW South Qld North Qld VIC TEST Postcode How can we help you Article Search

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  • Rainwater Tank Styles – What Types are Best for You?
    are located Rainwater tanks do not need to be placed flush up against external house wall but can have piping that extends out from your gutter downpipe or even buried underground So if you have a path that goes around the side of your house then your tank could be placed on the outer side of the path Corrugated water tanks look quite the part in a garden and come in a variety of colours If you do not have a fence providing privacy from your neighbours you could even setup rainwater tanks in a way that provides more privacy in the right area Having thought through some locations to tank placement you are ready to decide upon your style of tank s Property Size and Space You will obviously need to be realistic when selecting a tank which can fit on your property Planning and preparation is key to ensure your tank will not be positioned in an awkward spot If your property is quite large then you likely wouldn t have any problem fitting in a large round tank On the other hand you might be able to fit a slimline or two along the side of your house Keep in mind that they can also create some privacy near your property line if you have limited fencing Other options for poly tanks include shallow excavation underground tanks Water Tank Range at Clark Tanks If you are not quite sure what would be appropriate then our friendly staff would be happy to provide advice Clark Tanks range of poly water tanks is quite diverse Round Corrugated Tanks Our round water tanks are designed with a special ribbed profile for maximum integral strength to ensure the shape of your tank remains the same Our stylish corrugated round tanks come in two size categories Small Round Tanks 1 000 to 9 500 litres Large Round Tanks 10 000L to 46 800 litres Slimline Water Tanks Our slimline tank models are designed for strength space and cost efficiency Combining visual appeal with industry leading integral strength Clark Tanks slimline range are designed to suit limited space applications Slimline tank capacities are available from 2 000 to 5 000 litres Underground Water Tanks Our Li Lo Underground Tanks are one of the most compact and shallow excavation underground tanks on the market They are available in capacities of 5 000 3 000 and 1 600 litres Based upon latest German engineering we manufacture them in our modern manufacturing facilities in Australia Benefits include compact shallow excavation design no ballasting required fully integrated self cleaning filter driveway manhole option available child proof cover 15 year conditional warranty If you would like further information on Clark Tanks range of tanks then call or email us our friendly staff are be happy to discuss your needs Categories Buying Water Tanks Poly Water Tanks Tags buyers guide poly tanks rainwater tanks water tank comparisons Share Article Get a Free Quote Enter your name Phone number Email

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