To be used as:
- Fresh-Water Tanks
- Waste Holding Tanks
- Grey Water Tanks
- Black Water Septic Holding Tanks
All Camper Mfg.
Coachman, Aljo, Fleetwood, Weekend Warrior & more..
- Six Pac
- Shadow Cruiser
- Fleet Farm
Plastic Mart puts the tank fittings where you need them, we carry all types and sizes!
Polyethylene storage tanks provide a quality alternative to ABS Rv replacement tanks at a discount price.
Rv Water Tanks & Rv Holding Tanks are used for recreational vehicle tanks used to add comfort to your life. You see the beginners each weekend as they run off with a roll of toilet paper in their hand, looking for a place behind a tree or bush where no one can see them. You are not this type of person. You’ve chosen to surround yourself with the comfort of your own personal paradise. That’s where rv tanks come in. They provide the necessary means to rely on no one but yourself when it comes to outdoor travel. Family appreciates it. Just have them look out the window in the dunes as the wind is howling and the tenters are zipped up miserable as the family gleefully enjoys their escape from the elements. Waste tank not working? Do not put it off and leave it that way. Find out what’s wrong and if you need a new tank, give us a call. We get 100’s of calls every year that wait until the last second and now it’s getting down to the wire as to whether or not you’re gonna have a toilet on your holiday weekend. Don’t put yourself in that position. As soon as you realize you may need a new tank, get the ball rolling and let us help. Same with water tanks, if you have a problem with yours, please do not put off seeking a replacement. We see it time and time again, and it puts a lot of pressure on us to deliver a happy customer. We don’t sell time machines, if we did we would probably be out of stock due to all the rv and camper brethren who wait until the last second to replace their tanks. Other than that we truly enjoy helping you find a replacement tank. We’re good at it due to years of practice so if you read a few of the questions and tips below, it may help you along with your choices. So whether have a pop up trailer, motorhome, camper, or travel trailer we should have tanks that work for you.
Commonly Asked Questions on Rv Tanks
- How quick can I get a tank?
- We offer a few different shipment locations to serve you so arrival time will vary. We see deliveries anywhere from 4-5 business days up to two weeks. Custom fittings tend to add a few days to the order, whereas standard tanks tend to ship immediately.
- Is there a recommended set up?
- It’s pretty much case by case on our end as no two requests are usually alike. Although our standard setups are summaries of the most popular sizes and locations. Predominantly most standard tanks carry the inlet, outlet and vent layout.
- Are your tanks ABS? and can I glue to them?
- We do not carry abs tanks, our tanks are made from polyethylene plastic resin by way of the rotational mold process. What you get is a one piece, solid plastic tanks that is built for the long run. You can not glue to polyethylene as you could abs.
- My tank just arrived, it looks great, but is that glue around the fittings?
- Sure looks like glue, but that is actually melted plastic. The way it works is they drill out a hole. Then they take the spill weld fitting you see there and put it on a special bit which is attached to a drill gun. High velocity spin allows the fitting to melt right into the tank wall. Scraping off the melted plastic would only weaken the weld so it’s left as is. In 8 years of offering Ronco tanks to our customers, not one spinweld has yet to detach.
- Can rv water tanks store fresh potable drinking water?
- Yes, made from FDA approved virgin polyethylene plastic resins, safe potable drinking water may be store in rv water tanks. Upon receiving your tank be sure to rinse it out. Tanks usually ship within 24 hrs. of being made and are wrapped, but rinsing upon reception is a good rule to live by.
- Can hot water be store in recreational water tanks?
- Do not subject the tank to water temperature higher than 100 deg F, polyethylene storage tanks have a maximum storage temperature of 120 deg F. Contents with a temperature in excess of 120 def F, even for a short period of time, can weaken the tank’s structural integrity and make it susceptible to deformation and failure.
- How do I access inside an rv tank?
- Inspection plates can be installed on the top of your tank, this would allow for complete access. Without it if all your plumbing was in place you would not be able to access the inside of the tank. Roughly 30% of rv tank purchase have an inspection plate installed, so it’s not considered mandatory but if you ever had a situation where you needed it…
- Can fittings be installed?
- 90% of our tanks can be customized as we do have a few where standard set up is the only option. When it comes to standard fittings, nobody does it better. For us it’s a proven fact. There may be one or two popping up these days, but we claim title to “giving the customer exactly what he needs”. Spinwelds up to 4”, unseals, inspections plates, anywhere you want them installed. Everything other than connecting the hoses is pretty much you’ll receive from Plastic-Mart.com. From drawing to doorstep, if you need a customized tank to look elsewhere is not the wise choice.
- Can rv tanks be connected to each other?
- Yes, we do get some water tank set ups that due to constraints a two tank hook up is the way to go, on our end it just an extra fitting or two added to the tank. We do not get a whole lot of waste tank requests.