Rainwater Collection Tanks

Rain Water Harvesting Tank

corrugated rainwater collection tankCorrugated bolted steel tanks are a popular choice for rain water harvesting. As rainwater collection tanks, they are a dependable option for any home, business, or farm looking to minimize water costs through rainwater harvesting and storage. Rain water harvesting tanks come in several sizes ranging from 722 to over 600,000 gallons, with potable water storage liners as an option. AWWA compliant tanks make harvested water appropriate for filtering water back down into drinking water. All corrugated bolted steel tanks are shipped at a fraction of their assembled size in pre-fabricated, lightweight panels for on-site installation, reducing your shipping costs.

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Rainwater Collection Tank Features

  • Corrugated HDG Panels
  • ANSI/NSF 61 Certified Liner
  • Flat Top Roof
  • Filtration Systems Available
  • Corrosion Resistant
  • On-Site Installation
  • Large Capacity Storage
  • Multiple Customization Options
  • 20 Year Warranty

Rainwater Collection Tank Benefits

  • Self-Sufficient water supply
  • Long-Lasting, Durable Design
  • Provides emergency water supply
  • Conserves water resources
  • Reduces water run-off
  • Interior Liner instead of Steel-to-Water Storage
  • Extended Lifespan, 30-35 Years
  • Easy Shipping and Cost Effective

Who Uses Rainwater Tanks?

corrugated rainwater tankBest suited to warmer climates, our rainwater collection tanks can be used by anyone from homeowners to industrial businesses. While they are most commonly used in rural locations, areas with limited access to city water or those prone to droughts, rainwater tanks can be a used to lower water bills and provide extra water supply to a variety of applications. Our corrugated tanks can also be used for dual use domestic water storage and fire suppression water storage, which maximizes the overall value of the tank.

Rainwater Collection Tank Uses:

  • Rainwater Irrigation
  • Home Utility Water Supply
  • Rainwater for Toilets
  • Custodial Services
  • Vehicle Washing
  • Laundromats
  • Livestock Watering
  • Fire Suppression
  • Drinking Water Storage
  • Water for Businesses/Facilities

Corrugates Tanks PDF's

Corrugated bolted steel tanks are perfect for rainwater harvesting. Find out more about our tanks, available appurtenance options, and engineering package.

How Corrugated Tanks Are Installed

Engineered with an interior liner installed during fabrication, our corrugated rainwater tank is designed with lightweight corrugated panels and a flat roof to be assembled at your location. Lowering your overall shipping costs, the field erect tank is easier to maneuver and handle. We also offer many other custom components and accessories for your rainwater collection tank.

Arriving in smaller sections, your tank is installed once on site. You can choose to install the tank yourself, or we offer installation and engineering package options. Corrugated bolted tanks are usually placed on concrete foundations, then built layer by layer from the ground up, including the roof structure, and any additional appurtenances.

Questions? Call us. We are have years of experience with tank projects and will help you pick the right tank for your rainwater tank. We are here to help you!

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Rainwater Collection Tank Sizes

Determining the right tank size for your location is dependent on several different factors including anticipated rainfall and anticipated water use for your household or business.  Our tank calculator helps define the usable gallon requirements for your tank For most locations, standard rainfall amounts is found through historical weather data services. If you are in a location that deals with frequent periods of low rainfall, it is typically recommended that your rainwater collection tank is able to hold enough water to successfully get you through these periods of time.

Rainwater Collection Tank Dimensions

Rainwater tanks are sized from 700 to 6,500 gallons; flat and open-J or V rib metal roofs need 10 degree or 30 degree roof designs for best performance. The galvanized zincs needed for a roof design can be chosen from among many thicknesses. For flat and open roofs we also offer the option of using self-anchored tanks on carbon steel floors.

Questions? We can help! Call us at 1-863-261-8388 or request a price quote.