© BAL Assessments - Remote Tank Access

Typical Schematic Section for a Remote Outlet

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If you plan to use a remote outlet from the tank ie a standpipe with a CFA fitting, it must be
gravity feed from the bottom of the tank to the point of outlet. We will also need a Schematic section
drawing showing the fall and distance from the tank to the point of outlet, in a format suitable
to use across an A4 page. Note the outlet has to be a minimum of 300mm and a maximum
of 600mm above ground. The drawing preferably should be a schematic ie it does not have to be to scale

Refer: Guidelines for remote outlets on water tanks in the Bushfire Management Overlay

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