Effluent tanks we hire out at made using glass reinforced plastic or GRP. A material has brilliant features and is ideal for effluent tank construction. Before GRP was used, effluent tanks were (and some of the larger tanks are still) mainly constructed using steel.
GRP Effluent Tanks offer exceptional corrosion resistance, GRP is resistant to a number of challenging environments. This includes environments where the effluent tank is in constant contact with chemicals and human waste. There simply is no corrosion threat with GRP effluent tanks.
Our effluent tanks are perfect as a complement to our welfare, site accommodation, toilets and cabins which our customers site on busy construction sites. By nature of its construction, GRP effluent tanks tensile strength is often greater to that of steel. Meaning life on a construction site is more resilient and durable that using steel counterpart effluent tanks.
The other bonus to the use of effluent tanks from PAL Hire is the fact that they are 75% lighter than steel equivalents. The benefits of this sort of technology is the ability to reposition the effluent tank when the site changes. And it certainly makes it easier to deliver and collect hired effluent tanks.
Working in a construction environment, every bit of equipment is required to be strong, tough and durable against knocks and accidental damage. The last thing anyone needs is the contents of an effluent tank spilling on site due to accidental damage. Our hire effluent tanks meet all construction requirements and have a high impact resistance.
Please ask our agents for advice on effluent tanks if you are unsure of how many you will need. PAL Hire effluent tanks have 500 -1000 gallon capacity, please ask our advisers for more information.
Our effluent tanks are regularly inspected to ensure that they are fully working
Delivery & Removal
Our service is nationwide and can usually be arranged within 24 hours
Please be aware of access for the vehicle when ordering effluent tanks
|Weight (Dry tank)
(Please note, these are an approximate guide only and can differ depending on supplier and layout of toilets)
- Effluent tanks must be placed where there is enough room for them
- Access points must have enough room for entry
- It is advised that relevant protective clothing should be worn
Things to consider
- Please be aware of access room and entry for delivery
- Please always check with our agents if you require additional products or services
- Make sure you order the right amount of tanks, please check with our agents if you are unsure
- Our team of dedicated specialists can advise you on effluent tanks and what you need to know when ordering one