Benefits of Tire Water Tanks

December 13, 2011 | Tire Water Tanks

Tire Water Tanks

Have you ever heard of water tanks, troughs, or waterers made out of rubber tires? Rubber water tanks were for the first time made a reality in the early 80’s by a Wyoming rancher. The driving force behind this man’s invention was his weariness of replacing the water tanks for his livestock made of traditional materials. On the other hand, giant rubber water tanks, made from discarded tires, have a range in volume of 250 to over 1,800 gallons.

The Strength of Tire Water Tanks

Tire water tanks have been in use for over 3 decades now and have withstood the test of time in dairies, feedlots, and open range. Tire water tanks are a lot better than other tanks made of steel, plastic, concrete, or fiberglass in every way. They don’t freeze, corrode, and they aren’t ruined by livestock or equipment. Believe it or not, tire water tanks are the only product in the industry with a Lifetime Unconditional Warranty, making them incredibly cost-effective.

Durability gives a cutting edge to tire water tanks. They are being used more and more in dairies. They can handle the pressures of cattle crowding and pushing. They have ample volume to handle cows coming off the milkers, and, unlike ball-waterers, more than a dozen cows can drink concurrently, even on the smallest tanks. Perhaps most impressive, even the inadvertent bump from a skid-steer won’t break a tire water tank.

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Remember that tires used for water tanks don’t have to be perfect. You only need one good sidewall for the bottom, and most cuts and gashes can be repaired using triple-expanding foam. The overall fact is that tire water tanks are taking over the industry. They literally last forever.

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