Enduramaxx 1200 Litre Horizontal Water Tank
|Weight - kg||75|
|Length - mm||1880|
|Width - mm||1320|
|Height - mm||770|
|Capacity - Litres||1200|
|Capacity - Gallons||264|
|Suitable for Drinking Water (Potable)||Yes|
|Outlet||1½″ BSP Male|
|Construction Material||Medium Density Polyethylene (MDPE)|
Designed to be used when transporting liquids by vehicle, this horizontal tank features a one piece design and is manufactured from tough and durable, UV stabilised polyethylene. Polyethylene tanks are lighter than steel or fibreglass tanks, allowing you to choose a larger capacity tank without the weight penalty.
Popular uses for this tank include:
- Dust suppression
- Molasses, liquid fertiliser and liquid feed transportation tank
- Mixer tank
- Sprayer tank for agricultural purposes
- Potable water tank (black tank only)
- Civil engineering applications where mains water is not available
- 1200 Litre capacity
- Manufactured from UV stabilised Polyethylene specially formulated for transport tanks
- Tank will not rust or corrode and is impact resistant
- Rotationally moulded one piece design
- Thick walls with load rating up to 1.5 SG
- Large 455mm lid
- Spill containment lip surrounds the lid
- Moulded pin holes allow the tank to be mounted to flat surfaces
- 1.5” BSP outlet (other sizes are available upon request)
- 10 Year warranty (conditions apply)
- Choice of tank colour available
Please note this tank is not baffled so it is highly recommended that baffle balls are used to stabilise the tanks contents and minimise liquid surge during transportation.
The optional steel skid frame has been specifically designed for this tank and is galvanised to protect against rust and corrosion. The frame features fork lift points which allow easy mounting and dismounting of the tank. Mounting pins for securing the tank to the frame are available as an optional extra.
The price of this tank includes the shipping to a delivery address in England or Wales. Please contact us for deliveries to Scotland, Northern Ireland and off-shore islands as these locations will incur a small surcharge.
The tank should be unloaded onto a smooth, flat surface that is free from rocks and other sharp objects that could cause damage.