“We have been involved in the specification and installation of Stormsaver rainwater harvesting systems now for over 10 years. Our very first experience of rainwater recovery was with the company and I remember Michael himself setting up and commissioning this system on site. What impressed me most even all those years ago was the company’s attention to detail, enthusiasm and professionalism and this has continued as the company has grown to what it is today. We have no hesitation in saying our first call when it comes to rainwater recovery will be to Stormsaver, their prompt reaction, competitiveness and quality of equipment is second to none and they will always try to have the system fully commissioned when they leave the site. We hope they continue the great work they have already done and we look forward to many more successful years working together to save even more water”
How It Works
There are a number of solutions for Rainwater harvesting
- Non Pressurised – gravity fed system
- Pressurised system
- Combi System (our most popular solution by far)
- High Level Collection system which can be installed in your roof area.
Rainwater is channelled from the roof into the storage tank passing an integrated filter to remove large debris, leaves etc. Water then enters the tank via an inlet calmer preventing disturbance to fine sediment on the base of the tank. Tanks can be positioned underground or above ground and can be manufactured as a single piece or sectional unit.
Excess rainwater flows out of an overflow which has a one-way valve and rodent protection to meet BS8515. The system is designed to skim surface particles bi-annually keeping water quality high.
Inside the tank are sensors and a submersible pump which on demand take water from the cleanest part of the tank through a floating suction filter supplying filtered rainwater to the break tank, Combi unit or Pressurised control panel.
Filtered rainwater is then supplied to point of use on demand. It is possible to have one, or more, break tanks at any level in the building when combined with a booster unit sized for the specific building requirements.
The Combi unit combines the best of both worlds, giving a 400L or 620L buffer tank within the control panel to protect the pump and enable an above ground mains water top up. During periods of low rainfall this WRAS compliant mains water top-up provides a continuous failsafe supply.
Our systems page has more information on the individual tanks and control panels and full data sheets are available for download.
We would also recommend you view our short 2 minute video which shows how the system works in more detail.
More on our rainwater harvesting systems
All of the Stormsaver rainwater harvesting systems will make the most economic use of the local rainfall with predicted water consumption.
It is recommended that you speak to our expert staff to help you choose the correct type of system for your application and that you choose low water consuming products to complement the system, furthering a reduction in overall consumption.
All Stormsaver systems come with a 12 month warranty from date of commissioning.