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Static Water Storage Tanks 

Our static water tanks are an efficient solution for propertys with no mains facilities. They're a significantly cheaper option compared to installing an underground water pipe.

Static water storage tanks provide a fresh source of water that's safe for human intake, whether that be for drinking, washing or food preperation. Our stock ranges from 500 litres to 3000 litres, ensuring we have an application to fit all.

All our our static water tank stock is manufactured by Enduramaxx, a market leader for water storage tanks. Made from high-quality materials, our tanks are built to withstand many conditions, whether you need to store water for household, agriculture, or business needs. 

These tanks are built to last and can be located at your convenience. If you're interested in a tank of bigger size, please get in touch for a bespoke option.

Enduramaxx 17120501 - 500 Litre Static WRAS Approved Water Tank

The Enduramaxx 500 litre Horizontal Static Tank is made from WRAS Approved polymer, designed for low profile water storage and are intended for use th..

£215.00 (ex. VAT) £258.00 (inc. VAT)

Enduramaxx 17121001 - 1000 Litre Static WRAS Approved Water Tank

The Enduramaxx 1000 litre Horizontal Static Tanks are manufactured from WRAS Approved polymer, designed for low profile water storage and are intended..

£262.00 (ex. VAT) £314.40 (inc. VAT)

Enduramaxx 17121501 - 1500 Litre Static WRAS Approved Water Tank

The Enduramaxx 1500 litre Horizontal Static Tanks are manufactured from WRAS Approved polymer, designed for low profile water storage and are intended..

£345.00 (ex. VAT) £414.00 (inc. VAT)

Enduramaxx 17122001 - 2000 Litre Static WRAS Approved Water Tank

Enduramaxx 2000 litre Horizontal Static Tanks are manufactured from WRAS Approved polymer, designed for low profile water storage and are intended for..

£505.00 (ex. VAT) £606.00 (inc. VAT)

Enduramaxx 17123001 - 3000 Litre Static WRAS Approved Water Tank

Enduramaxx 3000 litre Horizontal Static Tanks are manufactured from WRAS Approved polymer, designed for low profile water storage and are intended for..

£665.00 (ex. VAT) £798.00 (inc. VAT)

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FAQ's

Can You Put A Static Water Tank Underground?

Yes, but there are a few factors that should taken into account:

  • Outer material. Ensure the tanks outer material is suitable for burrying (concrete, fiberglass, HDPE)
  • Durability. The tank needs to be able to withstand the pressure of the soil and any other materials on top of it.
  • Installation. The tank needs to be installed on a stable, level base and be surrounded by material that prevents shifting. It also needs to be accessable from all angles for any potential repairs or maintainance.
  • Ventillation. Proper ventillation needs to be present. This prevents the buildup of gasses and allows for proper drainage.
  • Regulations. You should double check your areas regulations regarding underground static water tanks, as there may be requirements for the tanks location, depth and safety enhancements.

How Often Should Static Water Tanks Be Inspected?

A static water tank must be inspected once per year, but experts reccomend to cut that down to every 6 months. This helps to ensure that the stored water is safe for human consumption and the general functions of the tank of performing as they should.

Why Is My Static Tank Overflowing?

Typically, overflowing cold water tanks are caused by a problematic ball valve. Debris in the tank, such as grit or dirt can build up and cause damage to the valve's washer, then subconsequently the valve itself. 

Why Won't My Static Water Tank Drain And What Can I Do About It?

If your experiencing issues with static water storage tank drainage, it's usually due to a clogged/blocked drain valve. In some cases the blockage will clear itself, but if the blockage is still present after an hour then you've got a more serious blockage on your hands. In this situation, it's reccomended to call a service engineer, but here are some at-home methods you can try:

  • Use of a wire coat hanger. Open the drain valve, insert the wire into the tank. Wriggle the wire round clockwise to help loosen and remove any debris that have formed.
  • Backflushing the drain. To do this, you'll need a wash machine fill hose with female connections on both ends. Close the tanks drain valve, attach one end of the fill hose to the tank and the other end to a nearby water source (typically a faucet). Power the water source then open the drain valve, allow the water to enter the tank for 10 seconds. Finally, turn off the water source, close the drain valve and remove the hose. From here you should continue with standard drainage steps.
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