How it Works
In New Zealand collecting rain water is a simple and efficient way of providing a supply for household use. It can be collected from your roof, stored easily and used as and when you need it and the great thing is that it's totally free unlike paying for metered water through the traditional town supply.
Due to the availability of cost effective water tanks in many shapes and sizes, collecting your own roof rain water makes sense.
Up till now the challenge has been maintaining the quality of your drinking water.
Even with a leaf gutter catcher plant material, waste and sediment can accumulate at the bottom of a tank which becomes a breeding ground for bacteria like E.coli, Gardia and Salmonella, as all these organisms gravitate to the floor of the tank! These bacteria are detrimental to ones health and can cause vomiting, stomach cramps, diarrhea and other health issues.
The Tank Vac works by sucking up the materials that accumulate at the bottom of your tank and siphons them out through your water overflow without the need for power.
When your water tank is filled to the top and goes over a specific point of the Tank Vac, a special siphonic inducer creates a full 80mm diameter discharge flow. This vacuum sucks from the bottom of your tank removing the sediment and contaminants that have settled there. When the water drops to a preset hole the vacuum is broken and the flushing stops leaving you clean fresh water.
Not only does the Tank Vac help to make your water safer to drink it can also reduce any filter servicing costs and the cost of professional tank cleaning.
Order the Tank Vac online now.