1. A common water faucet. Use a third grade hose, which can be run several 100 feet if needed, connect to our optional carbon water filter and turn the water on. Once full, the water wants to hold the equivalent of 1000 plastic water bottles. Average fill time is 10 to 15 minutes.
2. Another way is to fill from an IBC water cube. Place the empty tank in a truck or trailer, secure it, then fill it. We offer an electric water pump kit with all the correct hoses and fittings, simply connected to a 12 volt car battery and you're ready to transfer water. This setup will create the same water pressure you would get from a common water faucet.
When you add our transport rack system, you can carry up to three water monster tanks and stance, turn any trucker UTV with a two inch receiver edge into a mini water hauler.
3. A perfect hydration solution for venues without a water source. You can also use the same electric pump kit to pull water directly from a five gallon water jug. It'll typically drain a five gallon water jug in 30 seconds. If you need a faster fill time. You can use a gas powered water pump. These pumps typically have a two inch inlet and outlet. We do sell the fittings and hoses to make the conversion, easy for you, however you would purchase the gas water pump, locally, average fill times about 60 seconds.
4. If you have a forklift, you can easily lift a full IBC water cube over the top of a water monster tank.
5. For really big jobs you can hire a local portable water hauler. They typically haul around 1500 to 5000 gallons, and they can fill a water monster tank in about 20 seconds.