Ro­ta­tional mould­ing tech proves strength

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AF­TER op­er­at­ing for 11 years from a base in Childers, there is not a lot Tim Kay doesn’t know about tanks.

Through his fam­ily owned busi­ness Childers Tanks, Tim is set to show­case this at the True Blue Drought­mas­ters and B.R.C. Beef Fest and Field Day, ed­u­cat­ing vis­i­tors on the grow­ing ben­e­fits of tank wa­ter for those on prop­er­ties and also in more pop­u­lated ar­eas.

Tim said tanks were def­i­nitely a valu­able ad­di­tion to new homes and prop­er­ties pro­vid­ing cleaner, chem­i­cal-free wa­ter.

“I was once told by a client that you feel rich by hav­ing plenty of wa­ter storage; be­cause with­out wa­ter you have no life,” he said.

Childers Tanks use the lat­est ro­ta­tional mould­ing tech­nol­ogy to build their tanks to Aus­tralian Govern­ment Stan­dard AS NZS 4766-2006 and be­cause of their tech­nol­ogy and low over­heads they can of­fer ex­cep­tional value for money.

“We use only high-grade UV-sta­bilised poly­eth­yl­ene pow­der and of­fer a 20-year war­ranty on all prod­ucts,” Tim said. “We con­tinue to value each of our cus­tomers and show­case this through prompt and re­li­able ser­vice. If you are build­ing a new home ask your builder to use a Childers Tank.

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