Water Tanks Irvingdale

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  • Over 30 years providing quality water tanks in Irvingdale Queensland (Qld)
  • Revolutionary world first Aqualiner FRESH® antimicrobial water tank liner
  • Backed by a local dealer network offering high quality local knowledge
  • Exclusive 8-80 V-Lock® tank wall panel
  • 20 Year conditional warranty

Irvingdale Water Tanks

As an Australian owned and operated business providing water tanks in Queensland, Pioneer Water Tanks has been manufacturing and installing water tanks for over three decades.

This form of longevity in business has firmly entrenched the Pioneer brand when it pertains to rainwater tanks.

Pioneer rainwater tanks have been manufactured to provide an optimum performance despite the conditions. Our tanks will deliver a top quality water storage solution for anyone in Irvingdale, regardless of the climate. 


Irvingdale is a locality split between the Toowoomba Region and the Western Downs Region, both in Queensland, Australia


Water Tank Sizes

With a range of rainwater tank sizes from 12k - 500k litres for our domestic rural steel tanks, and as much as 3 million and more for our commercial water tanks you can be confident Pioneer will have the right water tank size for you.

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Pioneer Water Tanks Size Chart

MODEL

DIAMETER

HEIGHT

LITRES

GALLONS

GT10

2.67m

2.18m

12,200

2,600

GT20

3.34m

2.18m

19,100

4,200

GT30

4.01m

2.18m

27,542

6,053

GT40

4.68m

2.18m

37,574

8,258

GT50

5.35m

2.18m

48,963

10,761

GT60

6.02m

2.18m

62,111

13,651

GT80

6.69m

2.18m

76,504

16,814

GT90

7.35m

2.18m

92,570

20,345

GT110

8.02m

2.18m

110,116

24,212

GT130

8.69m

2.18m

129,292

28,416

GT150

9.36m

2.18m

149,948

32,956

GT170

10.03m

2.18m

172,134

37,832

GT200

10.70m

2.18m

195,851

43,044

GT220

11.36m

2.18m

221,604

48,704

GT250

12.03m

2.18m

247,874

54,478

GT290

10.70m

3.24m

290,632

63,876

GT330

11.36m

3.24m

328,096

72,109

GT370

12.03m

3.24m

367,831

80,784

GT410

12.70m

3.24m

409,860

90,157

GT500

14.04m

3.24m

500,065

109,999

Water Tank Colours

Pioneer Water Tanks are available in  ZINCALUME®, or COLORBOND® colours. All of our tanks are manufactured in Australia, from Australian Blue Scope Steel.

PIONEER WATER TANKS STANDARD COLORBOND® WATER TANK COLOUR RANGE

Pioneer water tanks standard colorbond range

PIONEER WATER TANKS NON-STANDARD COLORBOND® WATER TANK COLOUR RANGE

Pioneer water tanks non standard colour range

Water Storage Challenges

Storm Water Run Off

Whilst many individuals enjoy a storm, they can cause a lot of damage to the local ecosystem when flash flooding happens.

In order to minimise this impact and make use of this natural resource, you can aim to install a water tank. One point to be mindful of is to be prepared for events where large amounts of water enter your tank.

So as to alleviate this situation, every Pioneer water tanks is made with a 150mm overflow which decreases any prospective stress on your storage tank by getting unwanted water out quick.

We developed our state-of-the-art overflow with an internal bell mouth that maximises water storage whilst ensuring the sturdiness of your rainwater tank.

You can feel confident that your overflow capability is always higher than your intake, significantly minimising any potential damage and costly repairs as a result of large amounts of captured rainwater over a short amount of time. 

Bushfires - A Constant Threat

As in a lot of other parts of Queensland, Irvingdale can be subject to the risks of bushfire.

Installing a steel water tanks will assist in being prepared if this scenario was to ever arise.

Rainwater tanks can have a dual function ie be used as a water storage solution for the family home, along with having a volume of water as a fire reserve to be used if and when necessitated. 

Using Your Water Tank After A Bushfire

It's likely that your water tank is contaminated if your water looks, smells or tastes a bit unusual.

It would not be wise to use the water for drinking or food preparation, nor allow animals to drink it.

You can still use this water for other non human consumption purposes such as watering your lawn or garden. It is highly recommended to get your water tested as soon as possible to ensure your water is safe.

Why Choose Pioneer Water Tanks

Pioneer water tanks has been successfully building and installing rainwater tanks in Irvingdale, Queensland, and all areas of Australia for over three decades.

Our steel rainwater tanks have been engineered and created to the highest standard.

Our vision is to provide the highest possible quality water tank with the greatest value for money.

Pioneer is the only water tank company to have the 880 Vlock® rainwater tank profile design, with tank thickness up to 2mm utilising ZINCALUME ® and COLORBOND ® steel.

We are super efficient and only utilise the extra steel in the walls when and where it's really needed.

Antimicrobial Water Tank Liner For Fresher Water

Whilst some other may attempt to imitate, Pioneer is the lone water tank company that has exclusive rights to world-first antimicrobial rainwater tank technology that leads to keeping your water fresher for a lot longer.

Our AQUALINER Fresh ® water tank liner was created to reduce the impact contaminants may have on negatively effecting water condition.

This world first technology integrating Sanitized ® antimicrobial technology is only readily available from Pioneer Water Tanks.

Australian Made Water Tanks - QLD Local Service

We believe in local support which is why we developed our local dealer network. We have more than 50 dealers Australia wide, ready to help with your water tank acquisition.

From Brisbane to Ranges Bridge, or from Bundaberg to Dalby, your local Pioneer Water Tanks dealer will always be there to help and support you in your rainwater harvesting needs.

Irvingdale QLD Historical Fact

The locality's name is derived from Irvingdale pastoral run established in the 1840s and was located east of Dalby and north of Mount Irving. It is thought that the Irving name refers to pastoralist Clark Irving, who represented the Darling Downs in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly prior to the separation

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