About Tank Master
Tank Master prides itself on supplying the biggest range of domestic, commercial and industrial markets with the largest range and the best prices in Perth, Western Australia and around Australia.
We supply Slimline Water Tanks, Modular Water Tanks, Under Eave Tanks, Underground Water Tanks, Aquaplate Tanks, Septic Tanks and Leach Drains.
Specialists in Pressure pumps, Transfer pumps, 12 Volt pumps, Petrol and Diesel pumps for all your pumping requirements.
Tank Master stock and supply a huge rage of filtration products including Undersink, UV, Reverse Osmosis, Water Softener, Sediment, Carbon (Taste and Odour) and replacement cartridges.
Tank master also supply a wide range of Fire Fighting equipment including skid mounted units, trailer mounted units, fire fighting pumps, hose reels, fire hose and a variety of fire fighting accessories.
With a massive range of products, we are able to supply stock standard and customised solutions for a wide variety of situations.
WE WILL BEAT ANY GENUINE QUOTE*
* Genuine quote must be presented on the suppliers official letterhead/stationary and not be subject to any special offers
Use this calculator to estimate the amount of water you could potentially catch
Use the form below to convert Inches to Millimetres or Millimetres to Inches
Use the form below to convert Litres to Gallons (UK) or Gallons (UK) to Litres
Specials at Tank Master
Specials are always available at Tank Master. While we have a range of Rainwater Tanks, Pumps, Fire Fighting equipment and Garden Beds discounted for you.
These products are always changing so keep your eyes on this page. While we try to keep a regular range available, we also like to change
You can view the current weather radar map for Perth, WA on the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) website (opens in a new window)
The current 7 day weather forecast for Perth, Western Australia is as follows:
Our dams have received their lowest recorded inflow since records began, and we’re using more water than ever before. So with our hot, dry summer weather, we really do need to act now.
Around 40% of household water use is in our gardens, so this is the best place to start.