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Code: PJT3000

Length: 2500mm

Width: 760mm

Height: 2020mm

Warranty: 10 years prorata

Minimum recommended base size:
2600x860mm

Minimum recommended base thickness:
50mm

Recommended base construction:
Concrete, or 6mm FCR levelled and compacted. If a tank stand is to be used, ensure base of tank is fully supported and that the stand is capable of supporting the total weight of the tank when full.

Tank material:
LLDPE (Linear Low Density Polyethylene) Complies with AS/NS4766 for potable water

Outlet:
4 x 25mm BSP Female + 1 x 40mm BSP Female

Overflow:
1 x 90mm outlet, "Rapid Seal" grommet and 90mm removeable insect screen

Inlet:
1 x 300mm strainer basket, complete with stainless steel insect mesh screen

Valve:
1 x Brass Gate Valve

Tasmanian Slimline Rainwater Tanks

Not only are Orion Slimline Tanks great for saving water, they are also extremely durable.

They are the ideal rainwater tank when space is at a premium and they look great just about anywhere. They can blend in to your existing colour scheme whether it’s heritage, traditional, contemporary or ultra-modern.

  • Manufactured from food grade UV stabilised polyethylene, which makes them tough, durable and able to withstand the harsh Australian sun.
  • Do not rust or corrode, and are impact resistant.
  • Single piece moulded construction ensures long term structural strength.
  • Tap/valve and fit-up kit supplied with all ORION Rainwater Tanks, to make your install easy.
  • Available in a wide range of colours, with capacity to match many existing Colorbond® colours.

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Orion tackled the project willingly, and worked closely with Inghams in developing a pallet bin that would meet our required parameters. All bins are serial numbered with permanent graphics, for identification and tracking of contents. The bins were delivered in due time, and put into service during mid-2002. Nine years later, the original pallet bins are still in use on the same routine. In terms of standing up to the treatment they are given, and we would regard it as a high-demand environment, then the bins are 100%. After nine years they show wear and tear and damage from operator errors, but even so the bins are easy to clean and maintain to the required hygiene standards."

J.H., Feed Mill Manager, Tasmania

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