Available for delivery anywhere in the world, off-site prefabrication achieves the highest quality at a lower price than on-site construction.
Versatile. Beautiful. Cost-efficient.
AAT FRP tanks are created in batches for large aquarium projects or one-off bespoke designs for feature installations in hotels, resorts, airports, office, hospitals and many other venues.
- A cost-efficient solution for large new aquariums or when refurbishing and expanding older facilities.
- Create your own customised shapes and sizes.
Ideal for global delivery.
AAT FPR tanks are designed and manufactured by specialists with global delivery in mind. Customers can order a single unit, such as the aquarium exhibits at Whitsunday Airport and the Wynn Macau Hotel, or as a large batch, such as the 40 AAT FRP tanks installed at Cairns Aquarium.
Strong and robust
Steel frames and high-quality FRP materials provide exceptional strength and durability.
Constructed by highly skilled workers. AAT has over 20 years of experience building FRP tanks.
Assembled in a purpose-built manufacturing facility within a highly-controlled environment.
A complete solution
Typically supplied with authentic AAT rockwork, creative theme elements and acrylic panels, fully hydro-tested.
Design > Build > Operate
Share your vision. Turn it into reality with an AAT FRP Tank.
A super-efficient way to create beautiful exhibits complete with rockwork, creative themes, viewing windows and waterproofing. AAT FRP tanks are gorgeous-enough to enhance luxurious hotels and resorts.
Processing tanks are general storage vessels used in aquariums (and other facilities) to clean and recover water, so that it can be reused rather than wasted.
Isolate animals to protect and minitor their health before transportation, before introduction to new faciilities or for compliance with regulations. Also ideal for medical interventions and treatment.
See also AAT Quarantine Systems and Services
Breeding and Small Stock
FRP tanks can be made for many different applications and set ups including small-stock management and breeding programs.
Daydream Island Resort & Living Reef.
When Cyclone Debbie hit North East Queensland in 2017, Daydream Island Resort copped a bashing.
The journey to recovery involved many renovations, not least the transformation of the resort’s living reef.View Project