Tanks for Hire is your temporary water and diesel storage specialists. For forty years, Tanks for Hire has supplied Western Australia with tanks for water and diesel storage.
Looking to hire or purchase a tank? Tanks For Hire has the solution to your temporary fuel or water storage needs. With a wide range of sizes, tanks are built of a variety of materials including steel, fibre glass & poly. With our range of pumps /tanks & our years of experience we can help you achieve your objective.
We deliver to your site and pride ourselves on offering friendly outstanding support.
1. Grannie Smith Mine needed a temporary water supply while they repaired their mine site water tank. We supplied 16 x 9000 Ltr water tanks connected though a manifold to give them 140,000 Ltr water storage,till their tank was back in operation.
2. A new compressor station was required on the gas pipe line at Gin Gin. We installed a small tank farm & pumps to supply their camp needs & water storage for site dust control.
3. Ride For A Reason. Conquer Cancer promoted a bike ride from Perth to an overnight camp in Pinjarrah.Tanks for hire arranged, with the help of Google & G P S, to supply install & fill four drink stations Twenty five Ks apart, on the way down, collect them & reposition & fill them at new locations for the return trip all before 6 AM in the mornings. The project raised over$1.600,000.
4. Iron Man competition held in Mandurah & later in Busselton. We supplied site drinking water for the reception area including two battery operated shower units for the competitors.
5. City To Surf has used our drink stations for many years,this year they ran four programs on the same day which required eighteen drink stations to be delivered filled & collected. 50,000 people enjoyed the day with the new drink dispensers.
6. Yanchep development was assisted with the 21site water tanks we supplied for temporary water supplies for the housing construction, until the water mains were finished.
7. The sky show drink stations were improved with esky chillers on the fountains for the thirsty Australia Day revellers.