Are You Looking For The World's Strongest Flexible Tanks and Inflatables?
Your search ends with Flexitank Australia. International Grade. Australian Made.
Pillow Tanks (Bladders)
Flexitank Australia design and manufacture heavy duty pillow tanks in a...
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Inflatable Marker Buoys
Flexitank is the world leader in the design, manufacture and supply...
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Flexitank - a trademark of FloatPac Pty Ltd
Flexitank Australia manufacture a wide range of unique and high quality flexible products crossing a vast array of industry.
100% Australian Made and Owned, Flexitank Australia are market leaders in the design, fabrication and distribution of an array of flexible tanks, dry dock systems, inflatables, and liners, manufactured from thermal poly urethane, PVC, and poly ethylene woven synthetic fabrics.
Flexitank Australia's trademark range of products offer a unique difference in the world of flexible tanks and the like: we never compromise on quality. With deep manufacturing roots established in 1984, Flexitank Australia understand the constaints and possibilities of every flexible fabric, offering a complete range of solutions across vast industries and applications.
With stringent quality control systems ranging from fabric selection to design, welding techniques and packaging, every Flexitank Australia product fabric is held accountable to strict international EPA guidelines and Flexitank's careful selection criteria means we actually exceed product requirements - leaving you with the best possible solution every time.
- Collapsible Marine Flexitanks for Water, Diesel & Waste Water
- Flexible fuel bladders
- Inflatable marker buoys
- Inflatable underwater flotation devices
- Inflatable underwater salvage devices
- Tank liners
- Flexible pillow (bladder) tanks
- Onion tanks
- StoragePac storage flexitanks
- RainPac under house and decking rainwater bladder tank solutions
- Customised flexitanks made to order
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