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Tank Accessories

If you are considering purchasing a rainwater tank, we recommend installing a complete system to improve your water quality, and help reduce water tank maintenance.
Planning and designing an efficient system, will not only give you good quality water, but will reduce your reliance on mains water. Rain water that is captured and stored correctly is a safe, economical and sustainable source of quality water, to supply your complete requirements.

At NCPW we have a large range of tank accessories to do just that!

What to do when Planning/Installing a rain water harvesting system:

  1. Check roof surface is suitable for collecting quality rainwater.
  2. Install gutter mesh to prevent leaves and debris from blocking gutters.
  3. Fit rain heads to down pipes to prevent blocking. Rain heads deflect leaves and debris & keep mosquitoes out of pipes that hold water (“wet” systems).
  4. Install water diverters to prevent the first flush of most contaminated rainwater from entering the tank.
  5. Ensure the tank screen is installed at tank entry point to filter water and keep mosquitoes and pests out.
  6. Choose a water tank. Consider annual rainfall, roof catchment area and water usage when determining its size.
  7. Attach insect proof screens or flap valves to the end of all pipes to the tank to keep mosquitoes and pests out and ensure tank is vented properly.
  8. Utilise a tank top up or rainbank system (if required) to automatically supply mains water when water levels fall to a designated minimum level.
  9. Select a water pump (if required) to distribute water for use inside or outside the home.
  10. Fit a purpose designed rainwater filter after the pump to help reduce residual sediment, taste, odour and bacteria.
  11. Install a level indicator to help monitor your water usage. Wireless systems are most convenient and display a reading inside the home.

Poly Pump Covers
Poly Pump Covers
Tank Level Monitors
Tank Level Monitors
Aluminium Gutter Mesh
Aluminium Gutter Mesh
All Steel Gutter Mesh
All Steel Gutter Mesh
Rain Heads
Rain Heads
First Flush Diverters
First Flush Diverters
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