Water Tanks St Helens
St Helens Water Tanks
Pioneer Water Tanks
- Over 30 years of experience building premium water tanks for St Helens
- 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
St Helens Water Tanks
St Helens is the largest town on the north-east coast of Tasmania, Australia, on Georges Bay. It is known as the game fishing capital of Tasmania and is also renowned for its oysters. It is located on the Tasman Highway, about 160 km east of the city of Launceston.
For over 30 years now, Pioneer Water Tanks have been manufacturing and developing water tanks St Helens can trust.
People of St Helens know that they can rest assured, knowing they have the backing and support of Australia's number one big tank company.
Regardless of the outside view that Tasmania is a lush and rainy state all over, people of Tasmania know better, and are mindful of their water storage needs.
Water Tanks to Suit Every Need
Water Tank Sizes
With rural and domestic tanks between 12kl and 500kl, alongside industrial and commercial tanks up to a tremendous 3 million or more litres, Pioneer Water Tanks offers a large range of water tank sizes.
Pioneer Water Tanks has the product that is suitable for you in both size and quality, no matter what project you're carrying out.
Water Tank Colours
Every Pioneer Water Tank installed in Australia is made from Australian made and sourced BlueScope Steel, and manufactured in the Australian Pioneer Water Tanks facility. Pioneer Water Tanks are available in either a conventional Zincalume ® finish, or in the full series of Colorbond ® colours seen below.
Standard COLORBOND® Colour Range
Non-Standard COLORBOND® Colour Range
Bushfire Protection in the Australian Summer
Despite being a magnificent and green part of the country, many parts of Tasmania are affected by green drought, which means in the hot, dry summer months, vegetation is dry and vulnerable to wildfires.
An important way to prepare for the drier summer months is to ensure that you not only have a bushfire action plan, but also that you have appropriate water storage to help you and emergency services protect against the threat of wildfires.
In order to ensure your water tank can be used for the purposes of both residential water storage, and fire protection, Pioneer Water Tanks offers the option of a fire reserve.
Outperforming all comers in bushfire conditions
When the Bushfire and National Hazards CRC in conjunction with the CSIRO performed bushfire simulations on a variety of water tanks, a steel Pioneer Water Tank held up best.
All other tanks tested either melted or split, causing them to lose precious water, however the Pioneer Water Tank continued to hold water after being subjected to the full 30 minute fire front, which could prove critical to fire fighting efforts.
While a water tank will still prove appropriate for watering backyards or lawns, if it has been subjected to fire, it is highly recommended that you get the tank water tested as soon as possible to ensure that it is still safe for household use.
An Ongoing Battle with the Elements
The St Helens climate
St Helens has a mild temperate climate, with four distinct seasons. Summers are warm and sunny and winters are cool to mild.
Rain falls consistently through the year, peaking slightly from November to March with an average annual rainfall of 684mm.
Being on the east coast, St Helens winter temperatures are warmer than most parts of Tasmania. Summer temperatures are not as warm as inland areas, however are still warmer than experienced in Hobart.
Rainwater run-off and flooding
In areas across Australia, especially rural and regional areas effected by drought, rainfall is usually a very welcome sight, and Tasmania is no outlier in this fact.
When steady rainfall accumulates, this can lead to 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 ground.
If a 24 hour time period saw a 100mm deposit of rainfall on St Helens, it would only require 100 homes with fitted water tanks and appropriate guttering to keep 2 million litres of water from entering the environment.
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 industry leading water tank liner is made up of five layers that comprise the strongest, cleanest and most technologically advanced water tank liner on the market.
Pioneer V-Lock® tank wall profile
The Pioneer V-Lock ® tank wall profile, also exclusive to Pioneer Water Tanks, has been created with the sole purpose of water storage.
The V-Lock profile is designed both for strength and to protect the tank liner, by helping prevent stretching and wear, and the sheets are engineered to the ideal thickness for each panel, meaning we put the steel where it's needed most.
The design was deemed so good, in terms of structural integrity and aesthetic appeal, it won an Australian Design Award.
Australian made water tanks - Tasmanian local service
Pioneer Water Tanks has the ability to provide truly local service to all Australians, no matter where they are located, thanks to the Pioneer Dealer Direct Network, comprised of more than 50 experienced water tank dealers.
In Tasmania, our local dealer is Statewide Tanks, who we are proud to recommend to assist with all your water storage needs.
It is essential that our water tank dealers are professionals in water tank construction, as a water tank is only as good as the person who builds it.
St Helens Local Knowledge
St Helens fun fact
St Helens was first used as a whaling base in the early 19th century. When tin was discovered in the surrounding area in the 1870s, St Helens became the shipping port for the mines. This was the first time a coach service had been introduced to the town; previous access had only been by sea. The town was named after St Helens, Isle of Wight.
Things to do in St Helens
St Helens offers all the services of a busy town with a positively laid back vibe, and that's just the way the locals and visitors like it. There's no shortage of eateries and shops to hang out in and people watching is a favourite local pastime.
St Helens is also close to the perfect white sandy beaches, lichen-covered granite boulders and crystal clear waters of Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires.
And with all that fishing going on around town, there's no shortage of amazing fresh seafood to sample at the local eateries or a local fishing punt.