The JUPITER Rain Water Recycling System has been designed by a builder and property developer to provide clean, filtered rain water for use in WC's and for garden irrigation.
The system is suitable for residential and business use, including schools, hotels, farms etc. It is available in a variety of sizes, suitable for virtually all applications.
- It is easy to install.
- It is fully automatic if rain water or electricity fails (if either fail for any reason, you want water supply to WC's to be maintained automatically)
- It tells you how much rain water and mains water you are using.
The video below gives a brief overview of some aspects of rain water harvesting. "Graf" is one of the suppliers of rain water storage tanks that we use in our Jupiter rainwater recycling system.
We provide all the key components:
- the tank/pump package.
The tank, usually buried underground (above ground packages available),
a filter system for the rain water
all the fittings and connectors for use within the tank
- the header tank. This is fully assembled with:
mains water flow control
rain water flow control
overflow outlet and separation slot in place
- control panel. This has all the key connectors ready fitted and ready for connection for
rain water connection and control
mains water connection
The JUPITER Rain Water System is now available for sale to all builders and developers as well as to the general public.
Statement about use
Recycled rainwater is suitable for use in WC's and for garden irrigation.
If garden irrigation is used, a larger tank may be required, as a hose pipe uses a lot of water.
We do not recommend that rain water from a standard system be used in washing machines unless additional treatment is incorporated in the system, such as biological aerated filters, membranes, UV light etc.
Any such water must exceed the minimum bathing water quality standard. Further, some washing machine suppliers do not recommend the use of rain water, or recommend that it be used for only one wash in four.
Since modern washing machines have been designed to use very little water,
the economics of treating rainwater to the required standard are doubtful.