Portable water tanks are engineered for increased mobility and to support the transportation of water. These tanks come in different shapes, sizes and materials. If you’re wondering which portable water tank would best suit your needs, you have come to the right place. Let’s have a look at the difference between different water tank styles.
Metal Tanks or Steel Tanks:
These traditional tanks have become known for corroding and splitting at the seams over time. While they do come in a wide array of sizes and can be customised to fit specific project needs it is important to know that there are more durable and lightweight options on the market. When choosing a steel tank, space and volume often is the biggest concern.
Fibreglass tanks are the least common style of water tanks. These tanks are durable, corrosive material and highly-heat resistant. However, fibreglass tanks come in a limited range of sizes and are non-recyclable.
Pillow (Bladder) Tanks:
Bladder tanks for emergency water storage. They are Collapsible Tanks (also known as a pillow bladder, or blivet tanks) are a unique solution for re-usable temporary storage.
Polyethylene tanks (poly tanks) remain the most popular choice amongst portable water tanks for a reason. Useful for hauling water between work-sites and around the property for watering needs, these tanks can fit in truck beds, trailers and other modes of transport.
At Global Rotomoulding, our portable water tanks are made from food grade safe poly plastic, which is perfect for housing a vast range of liquids. Our heavy duty poly cartage tanks are designed specifically to withstand the harsh Australian climate with stabilised UV protection. Further, rotational moulding produces incredibly even wall thickness, resulting in robust tanks that are much less prone to stress cracking.
Global Rotomoulding’s poly tanks are available in an array of sizes and mounting options to suit a variety of vehicles.