Rainwater Harvesting System FAQ
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- What is the difference between a site tow water bowsers and a highway tow water bowsers?
- I have my own pressure washer and want to use it with a water bowser, is this possible?
- Why Harvest rainwater?
Q: What is the difference between a site tow water bowsers and a highway tow water bowsers?
A: Our highway tow water bowsers and site tow water bowsers use the same tough polyethylene baffled tanks design for transporting water. The main differance between the specification is the chassis.
Our highway tow chassis specification includes a hot dipped galvanised steel frame, full suspension, interia brakes, jockey wheel and rear stapliser, mud guards, pre-wired lighting with 7 pin plug and a choice of ball hitch or ring hitch.
The site tow chassis uses a rugged heavy duty galvanised chassis with a ring hitch and front strut as standard with the options of mud guards, lighting board and jockey wheel.
Q: I have my own pressure washer and want to use it with a water bowser, is this possible?
A: The majority of our water bowsers have a chassis extention with a strong plate which has been designed to mount a pressure washer or other pumping equipement. We supply Honda petrol engine pumps and pressure washers and diesel engine pressure washer with electric start. We also have plant watering equipement, dust control pumps and transfer pumps using a hand pump, 12v electric pump or an engine drive pump. If we can supply what you require or if you already have equipement we will be more than happy to mount it on the water bowser for you.
Q: Why Harvest rainwater?
A: Save on your water bill
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