The Weida Rainsaver Tank is a rain water filter system that addresses consumers’ water saving needs. Featuring a built-in flush diverter, the tank prevents an initial 25 liters of rain water run-off containing fine debris, from entering the tank. Once diverter is full, its ball floats up and blocks the inlet to the diverter. Rainwater is then diverted to the Rainsaver Tank. The First flush diverter will then reset itself by slowly draining off the initial rainwater and debris thru the drainage pipeline, after which it will be emptied and ready for the next rainfall.
The First Flush Diverter functions as a by-pass tank for the initial influx of water from the roof. It reduces tank maintenance by diverting water from the roof surface, which is usually contaminated with dust and dirt.
The Cyclone filter collects rain water while separating course contaminants at the same time. The cyclone effect channels unwanted contaminants towards the drain as filtered water is pushed through the chamber via a filter mesh.