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Author Topic: Anyone have experience of a first flush diverter?  (Read 125 times)
Pord
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« on: February 22, 2021, 12:15:38 PM »

I'm about to start installing our rainwater harvesting system.  There will be a pre-tank filter but upstream of that I'd like to add a first flush diverter. The self-draining floating ball system looks like the best option so far. I'll also need to size the 'reservoir' to suit our roof area (approx 80m2, which I understand equates to around 80 litres).

Does anyone have any real world experience of using one of these or an alternative?

TIA
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