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Rainwater Harvesting System
Utilizing advanced technologies in manufacturing and systems operation, we are assembling a wide array of Rain Harvesting System. Consider a building with a flat terrace area of 4, 00000 sq. ft. situated in Lalru Distt. Patiala. The average annual rainfall in Patiala is approximately 808.7 mm (33 inches). In simple terms, this means that if the terrace floor is assumed to be impermeable, all the rain that falls on it is retained without evaporation, then in one year, there will be rain water on the terrace floor to a height of 808.7 mm.
- Area of the plot = 400000
- sq ft Height of rainfall = 2’-9” (33 inches)
- Volume of rainfall = Area of plot X Height of rainfall
- Soak pit capacity proximate = 1, 08000 ltr. Per 12 Hour
Assuming that only 60% of the total rainfall is effectively harvested, volume of water harvested = 1, 32, 000 liters. This volume is about seven times the annual drinking water requirement of a 5-member family. The average daily drinking water requirement per person is 10 liters.
- High efficiency