RainXchange® Downspout Filter: A successful rainwater
harvesting project relies on properly pre-filtering the rainwater before it
enters the storage reservoir.
• First Stage in Properly Filtering Rainwater - The Downspout Filter is installed at the base of the downspout ready to capture and remove a variety of debris that may be flushed into the system during a rain event. Incoming rainwater is passed through a series of mechanical filters that remove leaves, twigs, seeds, and small sediment that accumulate on the surface of the roof between rain events.
• Utilize the online RainXchange® Calculator to determine how many Downspout Filters your project will require. (http://www.rainxchange.com/calculator.php)
• Add a downspout filter onto a water feature and use rainwater to top off the water level.
• Handles up to a 1,500 sq. ft. roof and more than 50 gallons per minute flow rate.