Stackable 30 Gallon Water Storage Tanks
Water storage may be the most important part of your emergency supply and is often overlooked.
The general rule of thumb is to have one gallon of water per day per person stored for emergency situations.
One of the easiest ways to do that is to have one (or more) 30-Gallon water tanks from Legacy.
We have created these 30 Gallon Water Storage Tanks to provide a one-month supply (1 gallon per day) of water for an individual, as well as water treatment for long-term storage.
These tanks are made from heavy-duty, BPA-free plastic and provide you with one month’s worth of water for one person. And since you can stack them, they make for a very convenient and effective way of storing emergency water.
Each water tank comes with a built-in spigot with hose bibb for easy and convenient access to your water. The large, two-inch opening at the top makes filling your 30-gallon water tank simple, and each tank comes with cap included and a water treatment kit to prepare your water for long term storage.
We would recommend that you have at least one of these tanks for everyone in your home, including your pets!
Our 30 gallon water storage tank can also be strapped down to use in truck beds, RVs, horse trailers or for other recreational activities. Make sure that you put the tank in place before you fill it though, because these will weigh in excess of 250 lbs once filled. The heavy-duty construction makes for a long lasting, rugged, durable water storage tank.
These durable, heavy-duty tanks are an absolute must for any serious prepper. Add one, or more, of these water storage tanks to your emergency preps today!
- Heavy Duty, BPA Free, Food Grade Plastic
- Height – 21.25″ x Width – 19.5″ x Depth – 24.5″
- 30 Gallon Capacity (water not included)
- Filled Weight: Approximately 260 lbs
- 2″ Top Opening with Cap
- Built-in Spigot with Hose Bibb
- Tie Down Friendly
- Portable and Reusable
- Dark Blue – Restricts light and growth of harmful bacteria
- Water Treatment Kit Included
Recommended for upright storage, no more than two high.
While they could withstand being stacked higher without damage, our concern is that they could tip over.
If the top tank was filled and fell on someone, it could cause lasting damage, even death.