Polypipe rainwater harvesting is designed for ease of installation
Published:  01 November, 2013
Polypipe, rainwater harvesting

Polypipe Terrain’s RXL rainwater harvesting system is light in weight and has exceptional stiffness and rigidity engineered in. In most cases, an RXL tank can be installed in an excavation backfilled with a single-size granular infill instead of a more costly concrete support structure.

The light weight modular construction and ease of installation makes access to restricted areas easier and does not need special vehicles and equipment.

RXL tanks are available with an anti-bacterial lining.

The growing popularity of the RXL system has prompted Polypipe Terrain to discontinue its GRP offering.




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