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KHANDEKAR PUMPS
Tiny - Domestic pumps Khandekar submersible water pumpsets are built with different materials of construction together with extremely hardwearing bushes which makes this pump highly durable.
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KIRLOSKAR PUMPS
Tiny - Domestic pumps Centrifugal Pumps, Monoblocs, Close Coupled Sets, Submersible Monoblocs, These pumps are used in applications such as water transfer, water supply, irrigation
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CROMPTON PUMPS
Tiny - Domestic pumps Centrifugal Pumps, Monoblocs, Close Coupled Sets, Submersible Monoblocs, These pumps are used in applications such as water transfer, water supply, irrigation
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Different Types of Rainwater Harvesting
Rainwater harvesting is the accumulation and deposition of rainwater for reuse before it reaches the aquifer. Uses include water for garden, water for livestock, water for irrigation, and indoor heating for houses etc.. In many places the water collected is just redirected to a deep pit with percolation. The harvested water can be used as drinking water as well as for storage and other purpose like irrigation.

Water Harvesting And Artificial Recharge

  • To arrest groundwater decline
  • To improve groundwater levels and availability.
  • To beneficiate water quality in aquifers.
  • To arrest seawater ingress.
  • To conserve surface water run‐off during monsoon.
  • To enhance availability of groundwater as the specific place and time.
  • To reduce power consumption.
Need For Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting

  • To meet the ever increasing demand for water.
  • To reduce the run-off this chokes storm drains.
  • To avoid flooding of roads.
  • To augment the groundwater storage and decline of water levels.
  • To reduce groundwater pollution.
  • To improve the quality of ground water.
  • To reduce the soil erosion.
Rainwater Harvesting - Advantages

  • Provides self-sufficiency to your water supply.
  • Reduce the cost of pumping of ground water.
  • Provides high quality water, soft and low and low in minerals.
  • Improves quality of ground water.
  • Reduces soil erosion in urban areas.
  • The rooftop rainwater harvesting is less expensive.
  • RWH systems are simple that can be adopted by individuals.
  • Rooftop RWH systems are easy to construct, operate and maintain.
  • In hilly terrains, rainwater harvesting is preferred.
  • In saline or coastal areas, rainwater provides good quality water andWhen recharged to groundwater it reduces salinity and also helps in Maintaining balance between the fresh-saline water interfaces.


 
   
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