Rain-Water Harvesting

Beat the annual droughts and water outages and save water with rain-water harvesting by installing our incremental water conservation/ backup system.

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Basic Unit:

Rainwater harvesting tank.

  1. Cement base for the tank to stand on.
  2. 1000 L or 2500 L rainwater tank connected to your gutter downpipe.
  3. Leaf catcher to filter out debris.
  4. Ball valve on your tank for non-pressurised water outlet.

Intermediate Unit:

Rainwater harvesting tank plus municipal backup (for when it does not rain).

  1. Cement base for the tank to stand on.
  2. 2500 L rainwater tank connected to your gutter downpipe.
  3. Leaf catcher to filter out debris.
  4. Ball valve on your tank for non-pressurised water outlet.
  5. Piping from municipal feed into the tank.
  6. Electronic float valve to keep the tank full at all times (can be adjusted for summer/winter).

Advanced Unit:

Includes a pressure pump and water regulator to allow for connection to a garden sprinkler/irrigation system.

  1. Cement base for the tank to stand on.
  2. 2500 L rainwater tank connected to your gutter downpipe.
  3. Leaf catcher to filter out debris.
  4. Ball valve on your tank for non-pressurised water outlet.
  5. Piping from municipal feed into the tank.
  6. Electronic float valve to keep the tank full at all times (can be adjusted for summer/winter).
  7. Pressure pump to generate sufficient pressure to drive a garden irrigation system. Output at 50 L/min.
  8. Note that this unit cost does not include a feedback into the house from the tank in the event of a water outage. The cost of this feed will depend on the distance from the tank to the main line (see picture opposite). Cost on request.