An Innovative Grey Water Tank for Caravans in Australia
SAFETANK provides an innovative grey water tank for caravans across Australia that prevents the risk of bad weight distribution causing instability in your caravan. Call us today to find out more about our cutting-edge product.
If you love to explore Australia by caravan then you have probably encountered the issue of grey water storage.
Grey water is household waste water that is usually unsuitable for disposal on land due to environmental and health risks. Most often, it’s necessary to store grey water until you can find a suitable way to dispose of it
Grey water storage in caravans is usually located at the back, and this can cause poor weight distribution, increasing the risk of rolling and accidents. As fresh water moves from one tank, becomes grey water, and is moved to another tank, it can dramatically shift the distribution of weight across the caravan.
In effect, you are removing a hundred kilograms of water from over the axles and moving it towards the rear of a caravan. It’s easy to see why this might be an issue.
But with SAFETANK, the problem is finally solved by storing all the water in the same place. A freshwater bladder is stored within the grey water tank, so that freshwater flows through your caravan, to your taps or shower, and then back to the tank outside of the bladder, taking up the exact same space and volume as the fresh water.
Why Choose SAFETANK?
We’ve tested SAFETANK in real-life scenarios over one million kilometres and have proven that superior engineering creates genuine results.
The SAFETANK’s unique heavy-duty double bladders and heavy gauge, marine-grade aluminium construction are built to last and withstand a range of challenges. We’ve also completed exhaustive pathogen testing to ensure that SAFETANK meets or exceeds all the appropriate health and safety standards.
The SAFETANK bladder is made of the same material that the Australian army has been using for over 20 years. The potable material on the interior means that it will not leech into the water, while the outer bladder is constructed from the same material that used to be used in water beds.