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Rainwater Harvesting Systems

In today’s world, faced with the water scarcity issue, traditional methods are making a comeback to address the usable water shortage.

Rainwater harvesting involves collecting and storing rainwater instead of allowing it to runoff. Rainwater is collected from surfaces like roofs, canopies, concrete, etc., and directed into a tank, cistern, deep well, or a filtered reservoir.

How does it work?

Rainwater, as it falls on surfaces, mixes with both dissolved and undissolved substances, collecting dust and pollutants as it flows downward from the atmosphere.

When considering the implementation of this project in industrial facilities, the collected rainwater in the water collection area will contain water mixed with light liquids.

Hence, the treatment process needs to separate suspended solids, separate light liquids from water, and provide disinfection at the process outlet to obtain suitable water for healthy use.

Connected to the Separator via a pipeline, rainwater features:

  • Settling of solid particles
  • Separation of suspended substances from the water
  • Removal of light liquids from water
  • Chlorination or UV disinfection in the effluent water, especially due to the pandemic.

Product Features

  • Bypass system for excess water drainage
  • 95% treatment efficiency
  • ATEX-certified alarm system
  • Compliance with EN 8515-1
  • Resistant to water and weather conditions
  • Lightweight, easy to transport and install
  • Allows for maintenance and repair work
  • Designed to prevent the passage of particles larger than 1.25 mm.

Usage Recommendations

Rainwater collection lines gather rainwater into a reservoir, and the collected water can be stored in tanks or more comprehensive treatment systems. The obtained water can be used for non-personal exposure areas such as landscape irrigation, toilet flushing, and car washing.

Serkan İktü
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