The benefits of Grander revitalised water are just overwhelming. These units keep water tanks nice and clean, creating beautiful, structured Grander water with more available oxygen to create a clean water tank
GRANDER Rods are easy to install and operate with natural energy, without electricity, UV lights, additives or any service/maintenance.
How To Install A Grander Rod In Your Water Tank.
- Put the clip onto the Grander rod.
- Tie a loop in the piece of rope you intend to use to lower the rod into your water tank and attach your grander rod. Make sure you tie a knot that’s not going to come undone easily. You don’t want to go swimming in your water tank!
- Work out how long the rope needs to be so your rod hangs two-thirds of the way down the tank.
- Tie another knot at the two-thirds mark, so you know how far to lower the rod down.
- Reach out as far as you can (so the rod won’t hit the wall) and lower your Grander rod until the roof meets the two-thirds marker knot you tied.
- Tie the other end of your rope down somewhere safe and out of the way.
- Go inside and pour yourself a cold drink.
The rod that we have used in the above instructional video is a medium rod which treats between 5,000 to 50,000 litres of water. Rainwater tanks are usually full of naturally acidic water. The Grander rod produces beautiful, silky drinking water. If you want to get the best water in your home, I highly recommend that you have a look at our Grander Collection.
A Grander Rod creates more aerobic bacteria in the water, which is typically good bacteria, 91% effective at reducing matter and pollution in water tanks, compared to anaerobic, which is about 45% effective.
This unique technology makes a massive difference to the water’s cleanliness, and we highly recommend these Grander products. They will not only provide beautiful, clean drinking and house water; but also keep the inside of the tank clean, take care of the whole home and keep your body healthy.
We highly recommend that you have a skimmer basket in there. Most tanks will have a skimmer basket, strainer or screen to catch any leaves or debris before entering the rainwater tank.
We recommend that you have a first flush on the drainpipes, so all the leaves are removed from the water before flowing into the tank.
What is a first-flush diverter?
First-flush systems redirect the first catchment of rainfall away from the tank to the stormwater drain or garden. This first flush of water from the roof contains many contaminants, such as bird droppings, dust and pollution, that have accumulated on the roof between rainfalls. Even where it is not a requirement of your local water authority, we recommend using a suitable first flush diverter and/or rainwater inlet strainers.
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