Rainwater Management

Rainwater Management isn’t a new by any means. Take Rainwater Harvesting for example. Over the last century, its use has diminished with the availability of a clean, inexpensive and reliable water source through the mains supply. More recently, water demand has started to exceed supply, and localised flooding has become a major issue in many parts the last 15 years, we have seen a huge increase in the amount of modular/crate type systems.

The Rainstore Rainwater Harvesting systems have for options for your property. All underground Systems

  • Indirect Feed Mains Top Up System
  • Direct Feed Header Tank System
  • Garden Pro Garden and Irrigation System
  • Irrigation

The systems all come in a range of volumes from 1800 litre to 10,000 litres and in one piece moulded low profile tanks, that can be installed in granular surround. Saving significantly on overall installation. All systems are fitted with premium control/water management equipment, which includes high-quality pumps, in tanks filtration and control panels in the Indirect and Direct Feed systems.

Rainstore Rain Harvesting

The systems all come in a range of volumes from 1800 litre to 10,000 litres and in one piece moulded low profile tanks, that can be installed in granular surround. Saving significantly on overall installation. All systems are fitted with premium control/water management equipment, which includes high-quality pumps, in tanks filtration and control panels in the Indirect and Direct Feed systems.

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Rainstore Irrigation Tank

Our Rainstore irrigation plus system features a robust baffled heavy duty tank (optional 800 or 1000 litres capacity). The tank should be sited as close as possible to the downpipe you wish to use to collect the rainwater and the irrigation plus is supplied with a high spec rainwater filter diverter that will filter out any solids and silt in the flow.


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Oriflo Flow Chambers

The Oriflo range of flow control chambers are designed to support SuDS Management and the sewer infrastructure as part of a designed attenuation system, helping prevent flooding by controlling the flow into the main sewer. Normally sited downstream of a designed attenuation system to control the outlet flow.

 

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