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T-T PUMPS New RainCycle

Posted: Friday 18th November 2011

Cheshire based T-T have launched their new Rainwater Harvesting System (RainCycle®) with up to 46% saving on your potable water usage.

T-T Pumps have over 50 years experience and is one of the UK’s leading companies in the design, manufacture, supply and installation of pumps, controls, valves, environmental products and systems.

T-T now offers a garden, domestic and commercial system to cater for specific customer requirements. The RainCycle ® is an environmentally friendly product and ensures large savings in water bills in the long run. The RainCycle® is hassle free to install into new builds and easily retro-fitted into existing buildings. All of T-T’s systems collect, filter and store rainwater ready to use underground where the temperature is stable and out of sight.

The RainCycle is a fully automatic system which will provide filtered water on demand via an integral submersible pump and separate controls system. Each of our RainCycle systems is supplied with a specially designed control panel, with many easy to use features. A pressure switch which is provided with the assembly senses a drop in pressure within the discharge pipe activating the pump accordingly to feed the direct or indirect pressurised system.

T-T offer a full comprehensive range with chamber sizes from 1250 litres to 13000 litres with the option of bespoke chambers up to 90,000 litres. The pump chambers are well engineered and manufactured, and have passed rigorous and detailed testing, site inspections and factory production control assessments have been carried out to ensure the highest quality. T-T’s standard pump chamber is made of strong, medium- density polythene, with the bespoke chambers being made from GRP. T-T can design to suit specific customer requirements. RainCycle® Systems are available on sort lead-times to fit in with tight construction schedules.

All of our products are complimented by our support services including project assistance from concept to handover, after sales support and service agreements.

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