Water Storage Tanks

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In a time of climate uncertainty and increasing water scarcity, having a dependable water storage solution can make all the difference to your life and livelihood. 

Water storage tanks protect you from that. They are a practical, efficient and convenient way to safeguard your home or businesses against water disruptions, whether from natural disasters, infrastructure failures, or seasonal fluctuations.

Having witnessed disruptions and shortages around the globe, ITP Packaging understands the critical importance of water and the role water storage tanks have in ensuring a supply of consistent and clean water. Our water storage tanks are designed to withstand the elements and ensure you have access to fresh and safe water whenever you need it.

ITP Packaging has a comprehensive range of high-quality products using food grade and UN-approved materials to meet your needs. Whether you need large-capacity 1,000 litre IBC tanks, robust steel drums for emergency preparedness and water conservation, or something smaller for off-road travelling such as 5-litre plastic jerry cans, we’ve got you covered.

Why Have a Water Storage Tank?

Emergency preparedness: Nobody can accurately predict natural calamities or infrastructure breakdowns. Having a backup prepared for unexpected disruption ensures you have access to clean water during such emergencies.

Water conservation: Reduce your reliance on water systems and contribute to water conservation efforts. Use our water storage tank to capture and store rainwater or excess water from other sources.

Agricultural and industrial use: Running an agricultural or industrial operation? Water tanks can provide a reliable water source for irrigation or livestock. They can also be used for various industrial processes that require a consistent water supply.

What Size Should Your Water Storage Tank Be?

Choosing a water storage tank of suitable size for your premises is crucial. Too small and you’ll be short on water supply during emergencies or periods of scarcity. Too big and it’ll be difficult to clean it out when necessary.

A capacity of 500 to 1,000 litres for most residential needs is the recommended size by our experts. It strikes a balance between sufficient storage and manageable maintenance. For agricultural and industrial applications with higher water consumption demands, larger tanks may be required.

Not sure if the size of the water storage tank is suitable or which construction material you need? Reach out to our friendly experts today for personalised advice and quotations on the ideal water storage solution for your needs.

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The longevity of stored water depends on various factors, including the tank material, water treatment methods, and storage conditions. Properly treated and maintained water in a high-quality tank can remain fresh and potable for several years.

All our tanks are made from UN-approved food-grade materials such as HDPE and stainless steel. These materials are durable, UV-resistant, and do not leach chemicals or contaminants into the stored water.

Yes, many of our tanks are made from FDA-approved materials, making them safe for potable water storage.

In general, stainless steel is considered the superior option. It is virtually indestructible and will not contaminate the water with chemicals or odours, even after decades of use.
However, HDPE is a more affordable and lightweight alternative. Ultimately, the choice between HDPE and stainless steel will depend on factors such as budget, portability requirements, and the intended duration of water storage.

Don’t wait until it’s too late. Protect your water supply and gain peace of mind. Reach out now to discuss your requirements and explore the optimal water storage solution for your home or business.
Let’s work together to ensure your water needs are met, no matter what challenges lie ahead.