The filter is an essential part of a rainwater recovery system.
Placed upstream of the storage, it allows the limitation of the entry of debris as well as organic and mineral materials into the tarpaulin. By limiting organic and mineral substance in retention, the filters improve water quality and boost long-term sustainability of the system.
The downstream filtration is made mandatory by the regulation of August 28, 2008, which also specifies the technical provisions of the system, in particular the cut-off threshold, which must not exceed 1 mm.
AQUAE designs and delivers filtration modules which are sized to withstand all types of flows covering catchment areas of 600 to 80,000 m².
In order to meet the requirements of project managers, our filters can integrate several types of maintenance assistance:
- Self-cleaning of the filter by jets of pressurized water and / or mechanical brushing of the filter screen;
- CTM report of defects such as: flow, inadequate filter screen, sprinkler, motor (rotating screen).
The series of AQUAE filters meets all requirements and covers a wide range of flow rates.
Too often ignored, or poorly sized, the filtration system must have a capacity adapted to the catchment area.
AQUAE proposes a whole range of filters which will comply with the characteristics of your installation:
- Integrated or non-integrated with tank or storage basin
- Connected to CTM system of the building
DISCOVER OUR RANGE OF FILTERS
Integrated filtration groups upstream of the tank
This range includes built-in filters upstream of the tank. It is composed of modules ready to be integrated into the tank or already installed in polyester boxes to be disposed above ground or buried. It is suitable for collecting areas from 850 to 2400 m².