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25,000 Litre Sprayer Tank

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Ecosure 25,000 Litre Sprayer Tank

Ref: ECO25000BLK-SPRAYER

Sprayer tank features

  • Suitable for agricultural and farming applications
  • Frost and weather resistant
  • Robust, heavy duty product; industrial strength
  • Holds shape when tank is full
  • Reduced algae growth in sunlight
  • Rotationally moulded for strength and durability
  • 2 year warranty
  • UK made


3354.00
2795.00 ex VAT

Delivery information

  • Estimated delivery time: 5-10 working days
  • Shipping charges: Price includes 300.00 delivery.


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3354.00
2795.00 ex tax

About the 25,000 litre sprayer tank

Our agricultural sprayer tanks are designed to provide convenient water storage for crop spraying and general agricultural use. Rotational moulded and UV stabilised for strength and outdoor storage.

Access into the tank can be made via the 600mm vented lid on the top of the tank. This access can also be used for any general maintenance required.

Tank connectors

We can supply these tanks with a number of sprayer connection options, these include hose connections, valves and inlet valves.

25,000 Litre Tank Dimensions
Height 4480mm
Diameter 2700mm
Inlet Upto 6"
Outlet 2" Plastic
Upto 6" BSP Male
Weight 500kg
Access 600mm
Capacity 25,000 litres / 5500 gallon
Material MDPE


Tank advantages

  • Bulk storage for crop spraying
  • Horticultural and Market Garden applications
  • Ribbed design for strength and durability
  • Moulded lifting eyes
  • 100% rust proof
  • UK Manufactured


About Agricultural Rainwater Harvesting

Water is essential for farming but often is taken for granted. Yet in many parts of England and Wales water resources are already scarce and are likely to become even scarcer as a result of climate change. Rainwater harvesting has economic and environmental benefits.

  • Charges for mains water are expected to rise. Using collected rainwater could reduce this expenditure. Reducing mains water use will also ensure that additional savings can be made on sewage discharge.
  • Harvesting and using rainwater can reduce the quantity of water entering slurry stores, running across fouled yards, or entering dirty water tanks. This can mean a reduction in slurry store size and reduced amounts of dirty water to dispose of, resulting in cost savings.
  • Because rainwater does not contain treatment additives such as chlorine, it is considered to be better for irrigation. It is also better than mains water for spraying some crop protection products.
  • Rainwater harvesting can reduce dependence on rivers and groundwater sources - now under threat from an increasing population. It can also reduce the risk of localised flooding where water from large roof areas is not managed correctly.
  • Some farm assurance schemes actively encourage the use of rainwater harvesting.
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