RainSaucers™ Pictures

I finally got a rain water tank set up by my tower system so Now I can show some pictures of my own RainSaucer™.

Rain Saucer

Rain Saucer

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Rain saucer 2

Rain saucer 2

RainSaucers™ are a great way to catch clean rain water for your aquaponics system without the worry of contaminants from roofing materials.
I plan to add two more saucers to the top of the tower system frame for a total of 3 saucers on a ten tower frame which will also provide some nice summer time mid day shade for the plants as well as catching plenty of water (perhaps I’ll need a larger rain water tank.)
The 100 gallon 4 tower system will be able to hold one RainSaucer™ while the 200 gallon system should support two RainSaucers™.

Rain Saucer 3

Rain Saucer 3

RainSaucers™ are made from food grade polypropylene and can be easily taken down and cleaned or stored when not needed.

2 comments to RainSaucers™ Pictures

  • Sminfiddle

    So how much water does one rainsaucer catch per minute in a medium shower? I have hesitated to gutter my roof and these look useful, especially if I could parallel more than one. I’ve got two 270-gallon poly tanks awaiting some kind of input…

    • TCLynx

      Product Specifications for 48″ RainSaucer™
      – Saucer made from food grade, UV resistant Polypropylene.
      – Total Surface Area: 11.25 Square Feet
      – Harvesting Capacity: 6.75 gallons per inch of rain (fills most barrels with 8-9 inches)
      – 2″ NPS threaded male fitting.
      – 1/16″ filtration via mesh screen
      – Strong wind resistance via retention ring and cables.
      – Works with any barrel (not included) that has native 2″ NPS fine thread hole or one installed by bulkhead fitting or compression gasket (ask your barrel retailer).
      – Stores flat or via hook through edge hole.
      – System comes with 5 parts (Saucer, fasteners, adapter, filter, and retention ring)
      – 1 Year Limited Warranty against defects
      – MSRP: $55.00 USD

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