Rainwater Tank Filters

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How Rainwater Tank Filters work

Rainwater tank water filter systems are fitted after the rainwater tank and provide filtered water throughout the property. The water will be filtered from contaminants such as sediments and bacteria. The systems are designed to be efficient by not reducing water flow pressure and effective in removing contaminants. 

The filtration process of the units initiates as the untreated water flows through the first stage of the rainwater tank filter screening and eliminating any sediment before further flowing to the second stage.

The second stage filter is where the high volume activated carbon block cartridge efficiently removes any potential organic chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, bad taste and odours. A third stage of filtration can also be found in our systems which consists of another carbon block filter further filtering and removing contaminants which could have possibly passed the second stage.

The final stage and most important stage for untreated water is the disinfection stage, this takes place as clean filtered water flows through the chamber of the UV lamp, sterilizing and disinfecting the water.

Why Rainwater Tank Filters are needed

To begin with, it is common knowledge that rain water is most likely contaminated by passing through the polluted air found all around us.

Rain water can sit in tanks for prolonged periods without been flushed with new fresh rain water, making it highly susceptible to contamination.

Rain water is an untreated form of water which is again highly vulnerable to bacteria growth and bugs.

Before the rainwater is stored in a water tank, it falls first on a catchment area like a roof on your house, then it flows down a roof gutter before it is carried by a pipe down to a water tank. The process of collecting rainwater most likely goes through roof catchments before flowing through different paths and entering the water tank. This implies that there is a high chance that the rainwater stored is already contaminated before even entering the water tank.

Rain water can also damage your property by causing irreversible damage to copper pipes due to its acidic nature.

Rainwater tank filters are essential for ensuring the safety of you and your family’s water supply. 

How Rainwater Tank Filters work

Rainwater tank water filter systems are fitted after the rainwater tank and provide filtered water throughout the property. The water will be filtered from contaminants such as sediments and bacteria. The systems are designed to be efficient by not reducing water flow pressure and effective in removing contaminants. 

The filtration process of the units initiates as the untreated water flows through the first stage of the rainwater tank filter screening and eliminating any sediment before further flowing to the second stage.

The second stage filter is where the high volume activated carbon block cartridge efficiently removes any potential organic chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, bad taste and odours. A third stage of filtration can also be found in our systems which consists of another carbon block filter further filtering and removing contaminants which could have possibly passed the second stage.

The final stage and most important stage for untreated water is the disinfection stage, this takes place as clean filtered water flows through the chamber of the UV lamp, sterilizing and disinfecting the water.

Why Rainwater Tank Filters are needed

To begin with, it is common knowledge that rain water is most likely contaminated by passing through the polluted air found all around us.

Rain water can sit in tanks for prolonged periods without been flushed with new fresh rain water, making it highly susceptible to contamination.

Rain water is an untreated form of water which is again highly vulnerable to bacteria growth and bugs.

Before the rainwater is stored in a water tank, it falls first on a catchment area like a roof in your house, then it flows down a roof gutter before it is carried by a pipe down to a water tank. The process of collecting rainwater most likely goes through roof catchments before flowing through different paths and entering the water tank. This implies that there is a high chance that the rainwater stored is already contaminated before even entering the water tank.

Rain water can also damage your property by causing irreversible damage to copper pipes due to its acidic nature.

Rainwater tank filters are essential for ensuring the safety of you and your family’s water supply.