Laguna Holding Tank 105 cm x 72 cm x 30 cm

Product Code: PT788 EAN: 015561207881

(4.7) Based on 1 Review

Description

Long lasting durable Water Tank Self Supporting.

Laguna holding tanks make a perfect temporary home for you fish when you are cleaning your pond out. Depending on the size and quantity of your fish will determine what size or even how many tanks you may need.

We recommend you to always add a cover net to these tanks to stop fish jumping out and to protect them from predators such as cats and birds. Always use a pond air pump to add oxygen to the water, especially as the surface area is quite possibly much smaller than your own pond.

You could always use these tanks for a nursery for rearing up small fish or as a hospital tank for any diseased fish you would like to isolate.

Always position these tanks out of full sun when housing fish.

 Dimensions:

  • Length: 105cm / 42"
  • Width: 72cm / 28.5"
  • Depth: 30cm / 12"

Volume:

  • 48 GAL (220 L) 

This tank has a pre-drilled overflow. 

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Delivery Information

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or £4.95 Delivery on Orders Under £40.00.
 £6.95 Next Working Day Delivery.

 *Additional delivery charges may apply to the following destinations: Isle of Wight, Isles of Scilly, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Scottish Highlands. Please contact us for a customised delivery quote.

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating 4.7 / 5 Based On 1 Reviews

Delivery 5 / 5
Quality 5 / 5
Price 4 / 5

Laguna holding tank.

This tank is what it is, and does what it says, although I am using it as a pond liner. It is of a capacity and size of which I could find no alternatives, having said which, it is perfect for my application.

By Glyn Davis.
05th, September, 2017.

Questions and Answers (4)

Amy Asked:

Is Laguna Holding Tank made from hard plastic?

We Replied:

Dear Amy Thank you for your question. It is made from hard plastic. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Dan Everton

Monday 23rd, June, 2014
Sally Asked:

I would like to use this as an above the ground pond. Is it deep enough to be safe for the fish over the winter months? How many gold fish would it take and is it big enough to take a proper filtration system?

We Replied:

Dear Sally Thank you for your question. The minimum depth for goldfish is 46cm but we only recommend these pools as temporary housing for fish not a long term pool. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Dan Everton

Friday 03rd, July, 2015
Simon Asked:

I am looking to enlarge my current pond before the winter sets in. I need a holding tank to keep my koi while I knock through the barrier between my existing pond and the new extension to it. How long would you recommend keeping fish in this tank? My thoughts are that it'll be OK as the fish slow down as the temperature falls so size is not such an issue for the short term, but I need to let the new pond settle before introducing my fish. My other thought is a large/deep enough paddling pool but I'm not sure on the suitability of the plastic to the health of the fish.

We Replied:

Dear Simon, Thank you for your question. This is all dependent on the size of the koi and the amount of them, as this tank will only hold around 5-10 medium sized koi, preferably for no longer than 5-7 days. Throughout that time you will need to keep the water agitated with ether a pump or air pump. The larger version of this tank would be more suited for larger numbers of koi. You will need to leave your new pond for anywhere between 1-2 weeks and if possible get the water tested before introducing the koi back into the pond. Koi can become scared and try and jump out of new locations, so where possible we would recommend covering the pool with a net. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind Regards Dan Everton

Monday 05th, October, 2015
Jackie Beedle Asked:

Would this pond be suitable as a small wildlife pond to encourage frogs, dragonflies etc?

We Replied:

Dear Jackie Thank you for your question. This would be a perfect small wildlife pond. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Dan Everton

Saturday 30th, April, 2016

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