True innovation doesn’t just solve one simple problem, it solves a multitude and improves project efficiency while delivering better outcomes for the client. That’s exactly what the Evo MkIII integrated pump system
does. The integrated and pre-installed system is fitted on and in the tank. Using a quiet and efficient Grundfos submersible pump it’s designed for large or 3-storey homes with mains water back-up, has a maximum flow rate of 100L/pm with a head of 45m.
Thanks to the included and integrated Grundfos PM Rain controller the system will supply water to the property first from the tanks and then, if the tank level is low or power cuts out, it will automatically switch to mains supply.
With blocks becoming smaller and installs tighter this integrated design saves valuable space as the only footprint is the tank itself. Clients and designers also love the design – no jumble of pump and tangle of pipes sticking out the side, just a sleek tank.
Tanks with the integrated Evo MkIII system are also ideal for civil projects as risks of accidental damage to the pump system, theft of pump hardware and vandalism are greatly reduced.
Kingspan innovation doesn’t end there. Their Australian first High-Flow water filtration system
solves a range of issues. During times of peak water flow typical systems can lose large volumes of water at the tank and input pipe interface. This results in decreased efficiency of the catchment system and can create on-site headaches, not to mention call-backs, with wet areas around tanks from the spill.
The unique High-Flow filter can handle a massive 600 litres a minute and if flow exceeds this? The surplus can be by-passed to the stormwater management system all but eliminating overflow and catchment related problems.
This system isn’t just for new installs, it can be retrofitted to a range of existing tanks.