Articles about "Water Tank Standards"

blog image

How Can I Tell a Quality Water Tank from a Cheap One?

April 26, 2018
Every industry where there is a product or service sold will have those who say their product is better and higher quality. The word “quality” is an easy word to attach, whether it is higher quality produce in burgers and pizzas or better quality electronic devices. Some people don’t mind spending a little more for […]
blog image

Australian Standards for Quality Poly Water Tanks

April 26, 2018
There are a number of Australian/New Zealand standards that you might come across when looking for a poly tank. This article will explore what Australian Standards are and some that anyone shopping for a rainwater or industrial poly tank should be aware of. What are Australian Standards? It is important to understand that Australian Standards […]
blog image

Does Your Poly Tank Comply With AS/NZS 4766?

April 26, 2018
Poly tank manufacturers often state that their poly tank complies with Australian Standard AS/NZS 4766 Polyethylene storage tanks for water and chemicals. To be assured of the structural integrity of your poly tank, it is very important that you confirm your tank is made to meet or exceed this standard. The goal of this article is […]
blog image

Is Your Water Tank Built According to AS/NZS ISO 9001?

April 26, 2018
Clark Tanks are independently certified to AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems. This ensures that quality management systems during the manufacture of poly tanks are in place to meet customer requirements and targeted standards, and demonstrates that processes are in place to continually meet those requirements. Why are Quality Management Systems Important? A company that has in place […]
blog image

Is It Safe To Drink Rainwater from Your Water Tank?

March 7, 2018
Most people are comfortable with the idea of using rainwater for washing clothes or flushing toilets, but some have reservations about bathing, showering or drinking rainwater. If your rainwater tank is made of materials that are safe for use in contact with drinking water, and your rainwater harvesting system is maintained, then there is no reason […]