We offer tanks of various sizes for internal use as header or break tanks in rainwater harvesting systems. In either case the tank will receive rainwater pumped from the main storage tank (usually underground), but will also have a second connection from the mains water supply.
A header tank is simply a tank which gives a gravity feed from high level down to WCs and other outlets at a lower level. The pressure from the tank is dependent on the height from the water in the tank to the outlet that it is supplying, so this should be borne in mind. Note: a height of 10m will provide 1 bar (or 14.5 psi) of pressure.
A break tank is similar but is used in conjunction with a booster set, so does not have to be at a higher level, and is frequently used at ground or basement level in larger buildings. The water is then supplied to the required outlets, having been raised to the required pressure by the booster pump set.
Our sectional storage tanks can be used for storing large volumes of cold water for potable or non-potable use. Sectional water tank panels are moulded from the composite material Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP), which provides a strong, solid and reliable structure. Suited for both internal and external applications, they are capable of withstanding harsh climatic conditions. Our tanks are delivered to site palletised and are assembled by our site crews. Whether it’s a water tank replacement or a new build, we have the experience, flexibility and knowledge to meet your requirements.