Rainwater Tank Inlet
Many above ground water tanks have a Rainwater Tank Inlet, which is a round hole cut in the top of the tank often somewhere between 200mm to 500mm in diameter. This is where the rainwater enters into a water tank.
To maximise tank your tank water quality, it is important to prevent leaves and debris, insects, mosquitos and even sunlight (a cause of algae growth) getting in. Quality inlet strainers, filtration screens and covers are a simple, yet crucial part of protecting your rainwater.