- Capacity: 22500 L
- Height: 2.3 m
- Inlet Height: 2.35 m
- Diameter: 3.61 m
- State Available: ACT, NSW, QLD, VIC
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With Poly Tanks and Poly Products capacities and measurements are tested in accordance with AS4766, but may vary due to the roto-moulding process. Dimensions in metres are rounded to the nearest centimetre.
Subtract 100mm from pump cover dimensions when estimating internal measurements.
When estimating space requirements for siting your tank, Bushmans recommends a minimum clearance of 100mm at top and sides for Poly Tanks and 1m for Aqualine Tanks. Read less
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22,500 Litre Aqualine Steel Liner Tank
The ASL22.5 is a 22,500 litre water tank that is ideal for areas where there is a requirement for a fire tank that can withstand the ravages of Australia’s bushfires. This tank can be a standard rain water tank or a fully fitted fire storage tank that the local fire authority can connect straight into.
This tank is not only ideal for fire protection but also environments that require a tank that can withstand the elements of heat, dust and cold.
The ASL22.5 is manufactured in Australia from the highest quality materials and is built to last. The key features are fully galvanised walls, roof and roof trusses along with a strong internal liner.
The polyethylene liner is approved to the AS/NZS4020 standard for potable drinking water so you know the water stored in your tank is safe for consumption.
The ASL22.5 comes complete with a galvanised access ladder, Geotextile wall liner, lockable access manhole, inlet strainer, 100mm Gal overflow, 50mm outlet and ball valve.
If there is a requirement for a coloured tank to match your roof or fences, Aqualine can provide a powder coated tank in a wide range of colourbond colours.
This is a modular tank that is transported and erected onsite. All we need is the tank pad or base built with crusher dust or sand according to our base preparation guide and we do the rest.