ALKATUFF WATER TANKS
Features and benefits of water tanks made from Alkatuff
C6 Toughness and Resilience
|Water tanks made with Alkatuff C6 have high impact strength and superior stress crack resistance needed to maintain tank integrity and maximise lifespan in difficult conditions. C6 PE has higher stress crack resistance than C4 PE.|
|Tough in the Sun, high UV performance||UV resistance added at more than twice the Australian and New Zealand standard. Australia’s conditions are unique and require UV addition specific to local requirements. Alkatuff UV20 ensures water tanks stay tough in the sun.|
|High Performance||Alkatuff quality systems comply with ISO9001 and include full batch traceability ensuring the highest quality and consistency in performance.|
|Proven Performance||Alkatuff has been performing in water tanks in Australia for over 20 years.|
|Technical Support||mprove performance. For example, Alkatuff PE has been tested to 40degC for creep resistance, a critical performance parameter for long term water storage.|
|Alkatuff exceeds the ESCR standard||The Australian and New Zealand tank standard ASNZS4766 requires the PE to have an environmental stress crack resistance (ESCR) above 500hrs. The ESCR performance of Alkatuff LL711UV is over 1000hrs. This is a measure of resistance to slow crack growth and increases the life of your water tank.|
What are the advantages of polyethylene water tanks made from Alkatuff?
There are many benefits to installing a water tank on your property. As a material tailor-made for Australian conditions, Alkatuff polyethylene exceeds the national standards for water tank production in a number of ways.
Science behind Alkatuff
With its unique combination of easy moulding and superior in-service performance, Alkatuff® ignited the poly tank market and has been driving it ever since.
5 Questions to Ask
More and more Australians are realising the benefits of investing in a poly water tank. You could help the environment, benefit from low water bills and guarantee a steady year round water supply. So, how do you go about choosing a tank that will look great and last in the challenging Australian climate?