The design advances across ACO Water Management’s new rainwater harvesting systems, ACO Rain-Ceptor, make them the most durable and cost effective solution for residential and new build developments and refurbishments.
Designed for either direct feed or irrigation use, all ACO Rain-Ceptors have a robust, small footprint polyethylene chamber that is supplied with all necessary components – features that make the tanks easy to transport and handle, cost-effective to install with minimal excavation, and straightforward to commission and maintain.
The four ACO Rain-Ceptor sizes provide between 1380 and 4120 litre storage capacity and fully comply with BS 8515:2009 Rainwater harvesting systems – Code of practice. They also meet the requirements of the revised Building Regulations Part G, and will assist developers and contractors to satisfy both the water saving and the daily consumption targets defined within the Code for Sustainable Homes.
Direct Feed ACO Rain-Ceptors feature a pumped feed for connection to domestic appliances where non-potable water can be used, for instance toilets and washing machines. All tank assemblies come complete with a mains top-up connection to guarantee on-demand supply.