Which Water Tanks are the best Quality in South Africa?
RotoTank™ storage tanks are developed and manufactured in South Africa for the varied harsh South African conditions. RotoTank™ water tanks are UV-protected and have an inner black membrane which inhibits algae growth and ensures the stored water stays fresh and drinkable. With a Wide Range From 50l up to 40 000l. RotoTank™ Produce the largest Plastic tanks in Africa.
What is the best water tank to buy?
When looking for the best water tanks on the market in South Africa the consumer will get overwhelmed with the different Manufacturers, the household names have been producing for well over 30 years others are new to the market and are still getting the manufacture processes correct. So as the general man in the street what do you need to find out to make sure you receive the best quality water tank? the answer is simple the weight of the tank. The higher the weight the stronger the tank, this means no short cuts have been taken. At RotoTank™ we pride ourselves on being the heavy weights in the industry with the maximum weights and no cutting corners.
How do I choose the correct water tank?
At RotoTank™ we advise our clients according to the number of people in a household, that gives us an idea of your consumption, then we look at the area, are you prone to draught months during the year, then we look at how the tank will be set up, if it’s just for rainwater harvesting or connected to your inline feed from Municipalities. All these factors will make a substantial difference on your final decision, but we also try to aid with the budget of a customer. A water Tank is an investment in your peace of mind that when you open a tap you have water.
What size water tank do I need for my house?
You can estimate the necessary tank capacity (in litres) based on the number of people in the house:
- 1 or 2 people – 800 to 1400 litres.
- 2 to 4 people – 2200 to 5000 litres.
- 3 to 5 people – 2500 to 6000 litres.
- A family of four members would be needing eight hundred litres of water per day
This will Vary according to the general usage of a household, for example the number of bathrooms and geysers, washing machines and dishwashers in use, properties with added extensions or flats, would require alternative tanks set up.
Which colour is best for a water tank?
Simple answer any colour water tank, the vast range of colours has grown over the past decade from the standard green to colours that blend into your environment, With Stylish colours to match your home know available having a water tank in your yard does not feel quite so imposing as it did in the past. The crucial factor will always be the inner liner RotoTank™ water tanks all come supplied with the inner liner to reduce the Algae growth, the external colour therefore does not become an issue. Lighter colours do reflect sunlight, darker colour attach sunlight. With the inner liner you will always find your water cool even with South Africa hot temperatures. For drinking water never purchase a tank without a liner
Is a bigger water tank better?
When it comes to water tanks, bigger is always better. … The bigger the tank you have the larger amount of water stored. There is nothing worse than opening a tap and nothing happens. Before you buy a RotoTank™ we recommend that our clients check the area they are planning to install the water tank and see what the best fit long term will be, to put a smaller tank and then realize that it does not last can be a costly experiment.
What do I need to know before buying a water tank?
You need to look at water tanks that meet industry standards in terms of the thickness and weight, have at least a 10-year warranty, have an inner black liner, be the correct size in litres to meet my household usage and lastly be the correct size to fit the space available. How can I check all these details? simply contact a local RotoTank™ branch up and down the country and the trained staff can guide you through the process.