Water Tanks Port Sorell
Port Sorell Water Tanks
Pioneer Water Tanks
- Over 30 years of experience building premium water tanks for Port Sorell
- Industry leading, exclusive Aqualiner Fresh® antimicrobial water tank liner
- Specially designed for water storage Pioneer V-Lock® tank wall panel
- 20 year conditional warranty
- Experienced local dealer network with local knowledge and experience
Port Sorell Water Tanks
Pioneer Water Tanks have been a premier Port Sorell water tank supplier and manufacturer for more than 30 years.
Pioneer Water Tank owners in Port Sorell rest easy in the knowledge they have the support of Australia's primary big tank supplier.
Regardless of the outside view that Tasmania is a green and rainy state all over, people of Tasmania know better, and are mindful of their water storage needs.
Port Sorell is a town on the north-west coast of Tasmania, Australia. It is on the waterway of the same name, just off Bass Strait, 20 km east of Devonport and close to Shearwater and Hawley Beach.
Water Tanks to Suit Every Need
Water Tank Sizes
Pioneer's water tank sizes come in a wide range, with domestic and rural tanks available from 12kl to 500kl, and the commercial and industrial tanks available in up to a whopping 3 million litres.
Regardless of your water storage needs, Pioneer Water Tanks has the water tank that is best for you, in both size and toughness.
Water Tank Colours
Pioneer Tanks are available in a standard Zincalume ® finish, or the full series of Colorbond colours seen below ®. All Pioneer tanks are manufactured right here in Australia with Australian BlueScope steel.
Standard COLORBOND® Colour Range
Non-Standard COLORBOND® Colour Range
Bushfire Protection in the Australian Summer
Despite being a stunning and green part of the country, many parts of Tasmania are struck by green drought, which means in the hot, dry summer months, plant life is dry and prone to wildfires.
It is crucial in any rural setting to ensure that you are doing the best you can to protect yourself from bushfire. You can do this by ensuring that you have a bushfire action plan, as well as sufficient water storage for fire fighting purposes.
A steel water tank can be used as both fire protection and water storage for the home, and Pioneer also offers a fire reserve option for your water tank if needed.
Outperforming all comers in bushfire conditions
A Pioneer Water Tank performed better than the competition in bushfire simulation when testing was performed by the Bushfire and National Hazards CRC in collaboration with the CSIRO.
After thirty minutes of submersion in flame, the Pioneer Water Tank continued to store water, a vital feature for firefighting efforts, while the other tanks tested either melted or cracked, causing their water to be partially or fully lost.
After a fire front has gone by, the water in your tank can still be used for non-consumptive purposes, such as watering your gardens, having said that, it is highly recommended to get your water tested as soon as possible to ensure your water is safe before using it for food preparation or drinking.
An Ongoing Battle with the Elements
The Port Sorell climate
The climate in Port Sorell is warm and temperate, and there is significant rainfall throughout the year
The town averages over 818 mm of rainfall in the average year, with the majority of this rainfall coming in the winter months.
The area is predominantly a tourist destination, but features plenty of dairy and cattle farms thanks to rich grasses in the region.
Rainwater run-off and flooding
In areas across rural Australia, rainfall is often a welcome sight, and Tasmania is certainly no different.
When steady rainfall builds up, this can result in flooding and storm water run off, which can cause damage to property and the environment, particularly in areas where man made facilities such as roads and footpaths cause the water to be unable to soak in to the soil.
If 100mm of rain fell on Port Sorell in just 24 hours, in order to keep 2 million litres of rainfall from entering stormwater systems, it would require just 100 homes fitted with rainwater tanks and appropriate guttering.
The Pioneer Water Tanks Difference
Aqualiner Fresh® antimicrobial water tank liner
A Pioneer Water Tanks exclusive, the Aqualiner Fresh ® water tank liner is the only antimicrobial water tank liner on the market, proven to prevent the growth of algae and bacteria in your water tank.
The natural antimicrobial properties of silver and Sanitized ® technology are woven into the Aqualiner Fresh ® water tank liner.
This is an industry leading product, comprised of five engineered layers, assembling to produce the most technologically advanced, cleanest and strongest water tank liner in the market today.
Pioneer V-Lock® tank wall profile
The Pioneer V-Lock ® tank wall profile, also exclusive to Pioneer Water Tanks, has been designed with the sole purpose of water storage.
This V-Lock panel profile is designed not only for toughness and durability of the tank wall itself by engineering the sheets to the ideal thickness for each panel, but also to protect the tank liner, preventing stretching and wear as the tank fills and empties.
Don't just take our word for it, the design is so sound, it won an Australian Design Award for its strength and visual appeal.
Australian made water tanks - Tasmanian local service
Pioneer Water Tanks Dealer Direct Network is comprised of over 50 water tank dealers across the country, meaning we can provide truly local service to all Australians.
In Tasmania, our local dealer is Nutrien Water Tasmania, who we are proud to recommend to assist with all your water storage demands.
We ensure that our dealers are of the best quality, as we know that a water tank is only as good as the person who builds it.
Port Sorell Local Knowledge
Port Sorell fun fact
Port Sorell borders the Rubicon Estuary, which has been identified by BirdLife International as an Important Bird Area because of its importance for waders, especially pied oystercatchers.
The area was named Panatana by local Aborigines. The town was originally a fishing and sealing port named Burgess, however the name was officially changed to Port Sorell (after Governor Sorell) in 1822.
Things to do in Port Sorell
Port Sorell is home to many sheltered beaches for all to enjoy, with good fishing and foreshore reserves for camping and picnics.
Nearby Narawntapu National Park is a place of great serenity and a haven for wildlife, which abounds on its grassy plains and in its marshes and heathlands.
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