Dunk Tank

Our Dunk Tank is always a crowd favourite at outdoor events. Big money maker for fundraisers too! Throw the three baseballs at the bulls eye to try and hit the target. Dunk your boss, teacher or friend for loads of laughs!

  • We include a 50′ hose.
  • Is trailer mounted and has front windows
  • Requires – Access to a standard garden tap and a minimum 5.5’W clear pathway to set-up location. *drains directly where it is placed*
  • Size – 6’L x 12’W x 8’H

Important Safety Rules:

– Dunk Tank must always have an adult supervisor on duty when in use.
– Before (and after each time) the dunkee climbs onto the seat, they must first make sure that
the seat is latched and securely in place.
– When waiting to be dunked, the dunkee must keep their hands on their knees and sit forward
on the seat.
– The dunkee must move toward the front of tank when coming up out of the water to avoid
hitting their head on the seat.
– The dunkee should use the handles to assist in climbing out of the tank and for getting back
onto the seat after being dunked, however the dunkee must not hold onto the handles while
being dunked.
– To keep from slipping, it is recommended that the dunkee wear rubber soled shoes.
– When Dunk Tank is unattended, always drain the water. Never leave a dunk tank filled with
water un-attended.
– Keep people away from the sides, back and front of the throwing target to avoid anyone
getting hit by a ball.
– Keep all non-swimmers, anyone less than 5’ tall or over 250 pounds off of the tank.
– Anyone with medical conditions which may place limited on their physical exertion (such as,
but not limited to heart condition, pregnancy, back injury etc.) should stay off of the tank.
– Never stand or kneel on the Dunk Tank seat.
– Keep water level filled to at least 8” from the top of the tank.
– Do not allow anyone to hit the target with their hands AT ANY TIME.
– Never place the dunk tank on a platform or stage. (Note: when filled the dunk tank weighs
over 4,500 pounds, holds 500 gallons on water.)
– Keep the Dunk Tank away from electricity. Do not operate the Dunk Tank during a storm.
– Do not use the Dunk Tank when empty and never fill the Dunk Tank with anything other than water.
– Kindly open drain valve when finished.

 

Dunk Tank

Our Dunk Tank is always a crowd favourite at outdoor events. Big money maker for fundraisers too! Throw the three baseballs at the bulls eye to try and hit the target. Dunk your boss, teacher or friend for loads of laughs!

  • We include a 50′ hose.
  • Is trailer mounted and has front windows
  • Requires – Access to a standard garden tap and a minimum 5.5’W clear pathway to set-up location. *drains directly where it is placed*
  • Size – 6’L x 12’W x 8’H

Important Safety Rules:

– Dunk Tank must always have an adult supervisor on duty when in use.
– Before (and after each time) the dunkee climbs onto the seat, they must first make sure that
the seat is latched and securely in place.
– When waiting to be dunked, the dunkee must keep their hands on their knees and sit forward
on the seat.
– The dunkee must move toward the front of tank when coming up out of the water to avoid
hitting their head on the seat.
– The dunkee should use the handles to assist in climbing out of the tank and for getting back
onto the seat after being dunked, however the dunkee must not hold onto the handles while
being dunked.
– To keep from slipping, it is recommended that the dunkee wear rubber soled shoes.
– When Dunk Tank is unattended, always drain the water. Never leave a dunk tank filled with
water un-attended.
– Keep people away from the sides, back and front of the throwing target to avoid anyone
getting hit by a ball.
– Keep all non-swimmers, anyone less than 5’ tall or over 250 pounds off of the tank.
– Anyone with medical conditions which may place limited on their physical exertion (such as,
but not limited to heart condition, pregnancy, back injury etc.) should stay off of the tank.
– Never stand or kneel on the Dunk Tank seat.
– Keep water level filled to at least 8” from the top of the tank.
– Do not allow anyone to hit the target with their hands AT ANY TIME.
– Never place the dunk tank on a platform or stage. (Note: when filled the dunk tank weighs
over 4,500 pounds, holds 500 gallons on water.)
– Keep the Dunk Tank away from electricity. Do not operate the Dunk Tank during a storm.
– Do not use the Dunk Tank when empty and never fill the Dunk Tank with anything other than water.
– Kindly open drain valve when finished.