• Rainwater Harvesting System Specialist

    Rainwater Harvesting System Specialist

  • Rainwater Harvesting System Specialist

    Rainwater Harvesting System Specialist

  • Rainwater Harvesting System Specialist

    Rainwater Harvesting System Specialist

WHAT WE DO

Rainwater Harvesting is a process of collect and storage of rainwater for non-potable usages such as building cleaning, general household cleaning, cooling towers, Fire Suppression, Landscape Irrigation, Pool/Pond Filling, W.C. Flushing and vehicle washing. A Rainwater Harvesting System is to Filter and Flush Off initially contaminated rainwater before collection. The Filter and First Flush processes are critical to ensuring the collection of cleanliness rainwater, a system without these two processes or with only either one of them is considered as the incomplete system, the rainwater collected may not be clean or safe to use. These are clearly stated in the KPKT, MSMA Guidelines (JPS) & DBKL and widely adopted by other Local Authorities.

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HOW IT WORKS

01
Rainfall - Collect water from raining
Rainfall

Collect water from raining

02
Roof top of the building
Roof Top of The Building

Roof top of the building

03
Conveyance Device
Conveyance Device

Gutter & Rainwater Downpipe which carry rainwater throughout the system

04
Filter - Screener, Strainer or Filter Mesh to filter off particles
Filter

Screener, Strainer or Filter Mesh to filter off particles.

05
First Flush
First Flush

To flush away initial contaminated rainwater which has been filtered but yet clean. First Flush volume subject to size of the Roof Catchment.

06
Storage - Rainwater Harvesting Tank (Above Ground or Buried in Ground)
Storage

Rainwater Harvesting Tank (Above Ground or Buried in Ground)

07
Distribution Outlets - Garden Taps and WC
Distribution Outlets

Garden Taps and WC

WHO WE ARE

I CONTROLS SULOTION (M) SDN BHD was established in 2008 (Formally Known as I Controls Enterprise). Our initial core businesses were concentrating on Home Automation System, Building Management System & HVAC Control Products. Our experiences in Building Management System allow us to dive into Rainwater Harvesting business easily. With the latest IBMS control concept, I-Rain is designed to run automatically with Filter and Programmable First Flush Volume.

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FAQ about Rainwater Harvesting System

Roof will be the main catchment area; it catches rainfall and convey via gutter & rainwater downpipe (RWDP) to the Rainwater Harvesting Tank (RWHT). A Pre-Screen Filter and First Flush Device will be installed before the RWHT to separate & flushing away fine particles from the rainwater. The rainwater collected will then be cleaned for non-potable usage.
Recommend checking and maintaining at least once a year or when necessary to maintain system efficiency.
No parts need to be replaced. Yearly maintenance is recommended to maintain collection efficiency.
A Top-Up Device is introduced to back up the cold water to the tank when the rainwater level below set level.
No. Having First Flush Device alone will clog immediately after first rain. Debris bigger than 1.25mm (SPAH Guideline) must first be filtered off by Pre-Screen Filter. First Flush Device will then be flushing away the initial filtered water (contain fine dust <1.25mm) before it can channel directly to Rainwater Harvesting Tank (RWHT).
No.
Not necessary. Pump is required only if the point of usage is higher or far apart from the Rainwater Harvesting System even if it’s at the same level.
No. Rainwater collected without treatment system is mainly for non-potable usage.
It is depending on the roof catchment area. Bigger roof catchment area is very likely to have higher rainwater yield.
It’s subject to building type and site condition.
Our services include I RAIN – Rainwater Harvesting System, Stormy Drain – Surface Drainage System, IOTX Smart Home System, Building Management System, HVAC Products and etc.