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150L Round Plastic Reservoir with Grid - For Water Features

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WF0579LSET
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150L Plastic Reservoir (88cm Dia)

This reservoir has a capacity of 150 litres and is perfect for water features and fountains with higher water demands. Combined with a grid, the reservoir can be placed straight under your fountain. As standard, reservoir grids come with a removable cover plate insert, allowing you to easily access the pump without needing to move the fountain.

Features:

  • Large water capacity - 150 litres, requires topping up less frequently
  • Suitable for most water features including heavy rock features weighing up to 150kg
  • Galvanized steel grid and insert provides excellent durability
  • Easy access to pump via cover plate
  • Cover plate insert included with grid
  • Mesh grids - 4x4cm
It is important that the reservoir has enough water to cover the pump to prevent it from running dry, as this could shorten the lifespan of the pump. Water features and fountains have water losses due to evaporation, wind and splashing. You can extend the area where the reservoir catches the water with the flexible liner and keep your costs to a minimum. Simply cut out the shape of your reservoir's top from the liner (which is slightly smaller than the actual size) and lay it on the ground, sloping the reservoir. It will catch the splashed water and return it to the reservoir.

We recommend using the liner together with the protective underlay to protect it from getting damaged by stones.

Round 90L reservoir with optional grid also available please

  • Material: Plastic
  • Volume: 150 litres
  • Depth: 32 cm
  • Diameter: 88 cm

Tips on Installation and Maintenance

A lot of water features come pre-assembled for the most part, with just a little hose/pump connecting to do before plugging it in to a solar panel or mains socket. Some of our bigger ones require wiring in a plug (which might involve a Part P Certified electrician), but otherwise all instructions will be included.

If you've got any questions, why not check out our Installation Guide for tips on installation location, power and even style tips!

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Material Plastic

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