The FL Series Dual Intensity RWH Filter is a rainwater harvesting system that delivers clean water for households, schools, and commercial buildings, even during heavy rainfalls.
Can the FL Series Dual Intensity RWH Filter be used for both residential and commercial buildings?
Yes, the system is designed to be used in both residential and commercial settings.
How does V Wire Injection Well Technology work?
The technology uses eco-friendly materials and gravitational energy to enhance the water table and bridge the gap between water scarcity and availability.
What is the purpose of V Wire Injection Well Technology?
The purpose of the technology is to replenish groundwater and fight climate change by injecting large quantities of water into the deeper layers of the earth's strata. Along with the higher system efficieny in comparison with the traditional system.
How does the V Wire Injection Well Technology work?
The technology uses a specialized silt trap and horizontal V-wire filter to remove debris and allow clean water to pass through. The water is then injected into the earth's strata through a percolator pipe placed 60 meters below ground.
Where has V Wire Injection Well Technology been installed?
The technology has been installed in more than 5,000 locations across India, including government projects, municipalities, corporations, and agricultural sectors.
What are the benefits of using V Wire Injection Well Technology?
The technology helps to replenish dried and depleting bore wells reduces salinity, hardness, and fluoride content, and can hold large quantities of runoff rainwater.
How is the optimal point for rainwater release determined in FLRWHS V Wire technology?
The technology employs the scientifically tested electrical conductivity test to accurately determine the most favourable points for the quick release of rainwater into the deeper layers of permeable strata.
What are the drawbacks of conventional Pre-Fab Groundwater Recharge methods?
Conventional methods often lack a silt trap, restrict the depth of rainwater recharge, have insufficient space for rainwater accumulation, and are unable to hold surface run off water and low in maintenance.
How does V Wire Injection Well Technology address the drawbacks of conventional Pre-Fab Groundwater Recharge methods?
The technology employs a silt trap, can recharge rainwater at greater depths, has sufficient space for rainwater accumulation, and can hold surface runoff water. Includes higher maintenance cost.
How does the FL Series Dual Intensity Pre-Fab Groundwater Recharge Filter work?
The system uses a multi-layer filtration process to remove impurities from collected rainwater, ensuring that it is clean and safe for use.