|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||9.5 x 8.9 x 4.4 inches|
|Item model number||abpDSFffKit3|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Downspout First Flush Diverter Kit, 3"
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Ever wonder about the first flush of rain off the roof? Lots of 'stuff' dissolved in it. So now send that water to the collecting chamber (to drain off slowly) and collect the better water that follows.
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I love these and combined them with the Downpipe First Flush Water Diverter Kit system. (also on Amazon) And they work great.
I'm in a 3rd world Caribbean country and have had NO city water for almost 2 years and in a major drought. We are having are second heavy rain since last FEB. and watching these simple systems collecting water off a rather dirty roof with the Leaf Eater taking out the larger debris while the flush system takes captures the finer dust and... bird stuff.
Both need a little cleaning type maintenance after a hard rain, it is easy to do and I'm glad to do it. I have 3 of the 4 Leaf Eaters installed so they are easy to get to from upper porch, the other I need a ladder. The Flush system needs to be opened at the bottom, easy by hand, to clear the drain. But since we have only had 2 heavy rains, they have a lot of garbage to deal with. Since we need all the water we can get, small price to pay. 1" of rain = 2,000 gallons for us going into 2 water cisterns. I'll take all that I can.
Not difficult to install. We are on the Atlantic Ocean with VERY salty air; the Leaf Eater stainless steel grid has held up very well with NO corrosion at all.
We also have had to put in a well, very salty and nasty water but we have filters/UV and 3 RO systems by iSpring that deliver 1,500 a day.
When you don't have ANY water, you do what you need to do. When you find good products that could help others dealing with drought and water problems, then you should talk about them.
I have come to the conclusion that you just need the First Flush Water Diverter in place and just remove that small screen completely. This allow water to flow freely out the small end of your pipe. Other wise this system works great! I highly recommend it after trying some of their earlier versions. (Their "Clean Rain Advanced" breaks very easily) You do need the Rain Harvesting Pty Ltd RHAD99 Leaf Eater Advanced Rain Head to make this item work though.
DT mountain Man