ASME Pressure Vessels and Water Storage Tanks - page 27

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1. Rainwater Source
2. Flush Filter (HD-FF)
3. Flush Filter Overflow to
Storm Drain
4. Floating Suction &
Submersible Feed Pumps
5. Rainwater Collection Tank
(HD-RCT)
6. Collection Tank Overflow
to Storm Drain
7. Carbon Filtration
8. Multimedia Filter
9. Control System (HD-CS)
10. UV Filter
11. Day Tank (HD-DT)
12. Make-up Water Connection
13. Carbon Vent
14. Booster Pump (HD-BP)
15. Chlorine Injection
16. Dye Injection
17. Water Supply to Building
18. Filtration Skid (50-60 ft
2
)
Pre-packaged, turnkey systems designed for your needs.
When rainwater is collected from a building
s rooftop, the roof serves as the collection point. The Flush Filter (HD-FF) removes
dirt, leaves and debris from the roof to ensure clean water. Gutters or downspouts still carry the water away, but instead of
depositing water to the ground, the gutters carry the rainwater to the Rainwater Collection Tank (HD-RCT). Filtering, ultraviolet
treatment, chlorination or other accepted sanitation of the rainwater by the Advanced Water Filtration System (HD-AWFS)
produces the cleanest water possible for non-potable water use.
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