Articles tagged: Water Tank Accessories

Different Water Diverters Used in Rainwater Harvesting Systems

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If you are installing a rainwater harvesting system, ensuring you have high-quality clean water is essential to the health of everyone that uses it. To make sure that the water going into your storage tank is the highest quality it can be, you can use water diverters. Diverters separate contaminated ‘first-flush’ w ...

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What are Wet Rainwater Harvesting Systems?

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Wet rainwater harvesting systems can provide an aesthetically pleasing solution to your rainwater collection needs. With a little careful planning, they can provide a plentiful source of high-quality drinking water. In this article, we explain how wet systems work, the advantages of wet systems and how to ensure the sy ...

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Using Pressure Tanks in Your Rainwater System

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If you have installed a rainwater harvesting system, then you’ll know that one of the most important things to get right is having good water pressure coming from your tank into your home. While National Poly Industries provide pump pressurised systems, another less known option you might want to look into is hav ...

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Why Screening Your Rainwater Tank is Important

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In order to collect rainwater and use it as part of your property’s water system, your rainwater tank needs to have several holes. These generally consist of: Inflow – a hole in the top of your rainwater tank where the water flows in from piping attached to your roof Overflow – a hole at the ...

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What is a Rainwater First Flush Diverter?

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If you are looking to purchase a rainwater tank, then you have probably heard about other tank accessories you might need. One important accessory that helps to keep your rainwater clean is called a Rainwater First Flush Diverter, but what is it? A Rainwater First Flush Diverter functions by preventing the first few li ...

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