Promax Tank Level Indicator

The Promax Tank Level indicator is a simple yet effective method of monitoring the water level in your tank. Running dry can seriously damage your pump so it's important to know when levels are running low.

Suitable for any type or size of tank, the Tank Level Indicator, is an essential part of your water management.

Please note: We recently completed an update of our product codes and descriptions. New codes are effective from 1 June 2022. For reference only, the old code for this product is: PMXAC00000TL

$351.00 (incl. GST)

Code Description
ACRHTLI Promax Tank Level Indicator

Yes, this is possible with the 25 and 50mm corrugated tank fittings. Extra charges may apply. Find out more about Promax Corrugated Tank Fittings here.

You can shop our products right here on our website. Alternatively, our products are available to be purchased nationwide through most leading rural and plumbing merchants.

Our stockists include: 

Some hold a standard range in stock, others will order on request.

The Promax Tank Fitting kit contains all you need for fitting your Promax or Xpress Tank to your pump and water source.

Fitting kit contains:

  • 2 x Promax Pipe seals - 90mm
  • 1 x Reducing nipple 50mm - 25mm
  • 1 x Promax Plastic Ball Valve - 25mm
  • 2 x Promax Hose Couplings - 25mm
  • 1 x 2m Flexi suction delivery hose 25mm
  • 1 x Roll Thread Tape

We recommend you use a professional tank cleaning company to do this. A professional tank cleaning company is able to vacuum the base of your tank without emptying the water. Happy Tanks can clean your Tank if you are in the Auckland and Northland regions. We recommend a Google search to find a local cleaning company for your area. 

If you would like to clean the tank yourself, please see the links below for instructions on how best to do this.

Alternatively, you could consider installing a Tank Vac. These will remove build-up of sediment already present and help keep your tank clean all the time.

Yes, a Wallace Seal can be used to seal the pipe to the tank. It is important to note that a Wallace Seal, not a Uniseal, should be used as it has a deeper throat to seal inside the corrugation and is more malleable. We recommend installing the seal no more than 500mm down the side wall of the tank.