- 1 - 160 gallon tank
- 2 - 3/4” spigots
- 2 - rubber washers for spigot connections
- 1 - 6” vent cap
- 1 - 3/4” plug
- 1 - roll of thread seal tape
- 1- Assembly InstructionsHardware Included: 2 ball valve spigots, 1 threaded plug, rubber washers, thread seal tape, and a spring-loaded vent cap.
- Tech Specs
Download PDFAssembly Instructions
- 29 Wide” x 36 Deep” x 44” Tall
- Weight (Empty):
- 42 lbs
Hardware Included: 2 ball valve spigots, 1 threaded plug, rubber washers, thread seal tape, and a spring-loaded vent cap.
NOTE: Since tanks are new, it is recommended to ventilate tanks for 1 day before use.
- Additional Info
Q: Can I put this tank in-line with my house water?
A: Because your house water is pressurized and the tank is not, you cannot run water back into your house without a pump. You can, however, put your tank "end-line" using standard 3/4" male hose-thread and connecting it to the utility connection on the upper front of the tank.
Q: Will my tank freeze over?
A: It is not common for the tanks to freeze all the way through. If frozen, find water through the center cap.
Q: Should I clean my tanks before filling?
A: Tanks are sterilized prior to delivery through an extremely high-temperature molding process. Rinsing your tanks may be helpful but washing them prior to filling is not necessary. Vacuum drills are used in the manufacturing process to minimize plastic shavings inside your tanks. To remove any shavings that may have fallen in during assembly you may use a vacuum or simply fill as normal then scoop the shavings off the top. Plastic shavings are harmless and will float on top of your water. Chlorine, chlorine tablets, and other substances approved for treating water may be used upon filling your tank to kill bacteria that may have appeared during delivery.