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Home | Farm Log | Installing a 5,000 Gallon Concrete Underground Water Tank for Rain water capture December 10, 2018
  Installing a 5,000 Gallon Concrete Underground Water Tank for Rain water capture

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  Description: The crane easily picks up the 45,000 pound tank and begins moving it towards the hole. Our concrete tank has an internal dimension of 10'x10'x7'. The height of 7' is reduced to 6' 6" with the overflow seen in the top right of the tank. Calculating our Water Store 10' width x 10' length x 6' 6" tall x 7.48 (gallons per cubic foot) = 4,862 gallons of storage before going into the overflow space (5,236 gallons with overflow space)  
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