ECO-RAIN TANKS OVERVIEW

Eco-Rain Tanks are underground modular structures designed to accept and hold rain and runoff water for infiltration into the groundwater table, detention for controlled release, or for water reuse as a cistern. The Tanks have a high 97% void space for water storage – the smallest footprint per water storage ratio. Certified for AASHTO H-25 loading in traffic areas, Eco-Rain Tank basins are used under parking lots, as well as landscaped areas. The Tanks are 1.34’ wide x 2.25’ long x 10 different heights and can be designed to fit in square, rectangular, tiered, or odd shapes.

Products

Select a model number from the list below to see product specifications, applications, images, and resources.

ET-1500

Specifications

ET-1500 Half Tank
Dimensions
1.34' wide x 2.25' long x .79' deep
% Void Space
97%
Void Storage Space
2.31 Cubic Feet
% Gravel Void Space
40%
Module Space
2.38 Cubic Feet
Weight
7.64 lbs.

Details

  • Tanks are installed in landscape and traffic areas
  • Tanks can accept loads of AASHTO H-25 in traffic areas
  • Unconfined Compressive Strength of 39.3 PSI with 4 Small Plates & 45.8 PSI with 5 Plates
  • Modular design enables innovative designs to fit tight, angular, and tiered shapes
  • Tanks ship unassembled: They are easy and fast to assemble on site – one minute/single unit
  • Lightweight – workers can build and carry the Tanks to placement
  • Cleanout Channel Plates allow for inspection and flushing
  • 100% Recycled Polypropylene
  • Available in 10 heights: .8’, 1.5’, 2.2’, 2.9’, 3.6’, 4.3’, 5.0’, 5.7’, 6.4’, 7.1’

APPLICATION

Exfiltration

Tanks serve as a permeable structure to capture and hold first rains and runoff water to allow time to exfiltrate into the groundwater aquafers.

Cistern - Water Reuse - Harvesting

Wrapped in an impermeable liner, the Tanks provide a structure to hold captured water either from storms or recycled water, for irrigation or non-potable household water uses.

  • Sport Field Water Harvesting [ET-1203 Sport Field Water Harvesting] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Outside of Tank [ET-1204 Water Harvesting Detail] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting - Pump Inside of Tank Plan View [ET-1205 Water Harvesting Plan Detail] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Inside of Tank Section View [ET-1206 Water Harvesting Shallow Well Pump] (PDF Download)
  • Case Study H25 US Navy Base, Jacksonville, FL (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Hermosa Beach, CA (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Redondo Beach, CA (PDF Download)

Controlled Release Detention – Flood Easing

Large Eco-Rain Tank basins are used to detain and release heavy rains sustainably into creeks to clean water, protect wildlife, and lessen flooding.

Bioswales

Eco-Rain Tanks are used to increase the volume of detention underground in a Bioswale. Water flows easily through the rocks and sand into the Tanks.

FITTINGS

Geotextile Fabric

Wrap Tank structure fully with a non-woven polypropylene Geotextile Fabric.

  • Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet [ET-1101 Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet] (PDF Download)

Filters

Water entering the Eco-Rain Tank structure must be filtered either through a Bioswale or commercial filter that does not allow for unfiltered overflow. There are many filter options available depending on the particle size and pollutant load mitigation.

Maintenance / Cleanout / Observation Channel

Install a full channel or individual ports in 6” or 12” pipe sizes. Pipes can be tapered upward to a larger surface opening.

Biaxial Geogrid

Install a layer of Biaxial Geogrid approximately 12” below grade to offset approximately 30% of the load in traffic areas.

  • Biaxial Geogrid Technical Note (PDF Download)
  • Biaxial Geogrid Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213B Eco-Rain Tank Layout Cross Section with Geogrid] (PDF Download)
  • 2” Drainage Cells Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213C Eco-Rain Tank CS Traffic Rated Apps] (PDF Download)

Liner

Wrapped around the outside to hold water in the Eco-Rain Tank structure. Either wrap liner fully around the structure or only on the bottom and sides to allow water to infiltrate from the surface. Typical liner thickness is 20 to 30 mil. Liners are typically wrapped on the outside with Geotextile Fabric.

PRODUCT LITERATURE

Eco-Rain Product Conceptual Design & Layout Assistance Available:
Ecorain.

contact@ecoraintank.com
or

P: 1-818-501-0424

CAD’s & PDF’s Available at:

Download Eco-Rain Tank Systems high quality cad drawings, specifications and related documents for your next project. The CADdetails program is developed specifically for design professionals with the goal of getting manufacturer-specific product information into their working plans.

ET-1501 and ET-1501.5

Specifications

ET-1501
Dimensions
1.34' wide x 2.25' long x 1.48’ deep
% Void Space
97%
Void Storage Space
4.33 Cubic Feet
% Gravel Void Space
40%
Module Space
4.46 Cubic Feet
Weight
13.4 lbs.
ET – 1501.5
Dimensions
1.34' wide x 2.25' long x 2.01' deep
% Void Space
97%
Void Storage Space
6.4 Cubic Feet
% Gravel Void Space
40%
Module Space
6.6 Cubic Feet
Weight
18.85 lbs.

Details

  • Tanks are installed in landscape and traffic areas
  • Tanks can accept loads of AASHTO H-25 in traffic areas
  • Unconfined Compressive Strength of 39.3 PSI with 4 Small Plates & 45.8 PSI with 5 Plates
  • Modular design enables innovative designs to fit tight, angular, and tiered shapes
  • Tanks ship unassembled: They are easy and fast to assemble on site – one minute/single unit
  • Lightweight – workers can build and carry the Tanks to placement
  • Cleanout Channel Plates allow for inspection and flushing
  • 100% Recycled Polypropylene
  • Available in 10 heights: .8’, 1.5’, 2.2’, 2.9’, 3.6’, 4.3’, 5.0’, 5.7’, 6.4’, 7.1’

APPLICATION

Exfiltration

Tanks serve as a permeable structure to capture and hold first rains and runoff water to allow time to exfiltrate into the groundwater aquafers.

Cistern - Water Reuse - Harvesting

Wrapped in an impermeable liner, the Tanks provide a structure to hold captured water either from storms or recycled water, for irrigation or non-potable household water uses.

  • Sport Field Water Harvesting [ET-1203 Sport Field Water Harvesting] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Outside of Tank [ET-1204 Water Harvesting Detail] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting - Pump Inside of Tank Plan View [ET-1205 Water Harvesting Plan Detail] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Inside of Tank Section View [ET-1206 Water Harvesting Shallow Well Pump] (PDF Download)
  • Case Study H25 US Navy Base, Jacksonville, FL (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Hermosa Beach, CA (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Redondo Beach, CA (PDF Download)

Controlled Release Detention – Flood Easing

Large Eco-Rain Tank basins are used to detain and release heavy rains sustainably into creeks to clean water, protect wildlife, and lessen flooding.

Bioswales

Eco-Rain Tanks are used to increase the volume of detention underground in a Bioswale. Water flows easily through the rocks and sand into the Tanks.

FITTINGS

Geotextile Fabric

Wrap Tank structure fully with a non-woven polypropylene Geotextile Fabric.

  • Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet [ET-1101 Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet] (PDF Download)

Filters

Water entering the Eco-Rain Tank structure must be filtered either through a Bioswale or commercial filter that does not allow for unfiltered overflow. There are many filter options available depending on the particle size and pollutant load mitigation.

Maintenance / Cleanout / Observation Channel

Install a full channel or individual ports in 6” or 12” pipe sizes. Pipes can be tapered upward to a larger surface opening.

Biaxial Geogrid

Install a layer of Biaxial Geogrid approximately 12” below grade to offset approximately 30% of the load in traffic areas.

  • Biaxial Geogrid Technical Note (PDF Download)
  • Biaxial Geogrid Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213B Eco-Rain Tank Layout Cross Section with Geogrid] (PDF Download)
  • 2” Drainage Cells Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213C Eco-Rain Tank CS Traffic Rated Apps] (PDF Download)

Liner

wrapped around the outside to hold water in the Eco-Rain Tank structure. Either wrap liner fully around the structure or only on the bottom and sides to allow water to infiltrate from the surface. Typical liner thickness is 20 to 30 mil. Liners are typically wrapped on the outside with Geotextile Fabric.

PRODUCT LITERATURE

Eco-Rain Product Conceptual Design & Layout Assistance Available:
Ecorain.

contact@ecoraintank.com
or

P: 1-818-501-0424

CAD’s & PDF’s Available at:

Download Eco-Rain Tank Systems high quality cad drawings, specifications and related documents for your next project. The CADdetails program is developed specifically for design professionals with the goal of getting manufacturer-specific product information into their working plans.

ET-1502 and ET-1502.5

Specifications

ET-1502
Dimensions
1.34' wide x 2.25' long x 2.89' deep
% Void Space
97%
Void Storage Space
8.45 Cubic Feet
% Gravel Void Space
40%
Module Space
8.71 Cubic Feet
Weight
24.61 lbs.
ET – 1502.5
Dimensions
1.34' wide x 2.25' long x 3.6' deep
% Void Space
97%
Void Storage Space
10.52 Cubic Feet
% Gravel Void Space
40%
Module Space
10.85 Cubic Feet
Weight
30.06 lbs.

Details

  • Tanks are installed in landscape and traffic areas
  • Tanks can accept loads of AASHTO H-25 in traffic areas
  • Unconfined Compressive Strength of 39.3 PSI with 4 Small Plates & 45.8 PSI with 5 Plates
  • Modular design enables innovative designs to fit tight, angular, and tiered shapes
  • Tanks ship unassembled: They are easy and fast to assemble on site – one minute/single unit
  • Lightweight – workers can build and carry the Tanks to placement
  • Cleanout Channel Plates allow for inspection and flushing
  • 100% Recycled Polypropylene
  • Available in 10 heights: .8’, 1.5’, 2.2’, 2.9’, 3.6’, 4.3’, 5.0’, 5.7’, 6.4’, 7.1’

APPLICATION

Exfiltration

Tanks serve as a permeable structure to capture and hold first rains and runoff water to allow time to exfiltrate into the groundwater aquafers.

Cistern - Water Reuse - Harvesting

Wrapped in an impermeable liner, the Tanks provide a structure to hold captured water either from storms or recycled water, for irrigation or non-potable household water uses.

  • Sport Field Water Harvesting [ET-1203 Sport Field Water Harvesting] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Outside of Tank [ET-1204 Water Harvesting Detail] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting - Pump Inside of Tank Plan View [ET-1205 Water Harvesting Plan Detail] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Inside of Tank Section View [ET-1206 Water Harvesting Shallow Well Pump] (PDF Download)
  • Case Study H25 US Navy Base, Jacksonville, FL (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Hermosa Beach, CA (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Redondo Beach, CA (PDF Download)

Controlled Release Detention – Flood Easing

Large Eco-Rain Tank basins are used to detain and release heavy rains sustainably into creeks to clean water, protect wildlife, and lessen flooding.

Bioswales

Eco-Rain Tanks are used to increase the volume of detention underground in a Bioswale. Water flows easily through the rocks and sand into the Tanks.

FITTINGS

Geotextile Fabric

Wrap Tank structure fully with a non-woven polypropylene Geotextile Fabric.

  • Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet [ET-1101 Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet] (PDF Download)

Filters

Water entering the Eco-Rain Tank structure must be filtered either through a Bioswale or commercial filter that does not allow for unfiltered overflow. There are many filter options available depending on the particle size and pollutant load mitigation.

Maintenance / Cleanout / Observation Channel

Install a full channel or individual ports in 6” or 12” pipe sizes. Pipes can be tapered upward to a larger surface opening.

Biaxial Geogrid

Install a layer of Biaxial Geogrid approximately 12” below grade to offset approximately 30% of the load in traffic areas.

  • Biaxial Geogrid Technical Note (PDF Download)
  • Biaxial Geogrid Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213B Eco-Rain Tank Layout Cross Section with Geogrid] (PDF Download)
  • 2” Drainage Cells Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213C Eco-Rain Tank CS Traffic Rated Apps] (PDF Download)

Liner

wrapped around the outside to hold water in the Eco-Rain Tank structure. Either wrap liner fully around the structure or only on the bottom and sides to allow water to infiltrate from the surface. Typical liner thickness is 20 to 30 mil. Liners are typically wrapped on the outside with Geotextile Fabric.

PRODUCT LITERATURE

Eco-Rain Product Conceptual Design & Layout Assistance Available:
Ecorain.

contact@ecoraintank.com
or

P: 1-818-501-0424

CAD’s & PDF’s Available at:

Download Eco-Rain Tank Systems high quality cad drawings, specifications and related documents for your next project. The CADdetails program is developed specifically for design professionals with the goal of getting manufacturer-specific product information into their working plans.

ET-1503 and ET – 1503.5

Specifications

ET-1503
Dimensions
1.34' wide x 2.25' long x 4.3' deep
% Void Space
97%
Void Storage Space
12.58 Cubic Feet
% Gravel Void Space
40%
Module Space
12.97 Cubic Feet
Weight
35.85 lbs.
ET – 1503.5
Dimensions
1.34' wide x 2.25' long x 5.01' deep
% Void Space
97%
Void Storage Space
14.65 Cubic Feet
% Gravel Void Space
40%
Module Space
15.11 Cubic Feet
Weight
41.27 lbs.

Details

  • Tanks are installed in landscape and traffic areas
  • Tanks can accept loads of AASHTO H-25 in traffic areas
  • Unconfined Compressive Strength of 39.3 PSI with 4 Small Plates & 45.8 PSI with 5 Plates
  • Modular design enables innovative designs to fit tight, angular, and tiered shapes
  • Tanks ship unassembled: They are easy and fast to assemble on site – one minute/single unit
  • Lightweight – workers can build and carry the Tanks to placement
  • Cleanout Channel Plates allow for inspection and flushing
  • 100% Recycled Polypropylene
  • Available in 10 heights: .8’, 1.5’, 2.2’, 2.9’, 3.6’, 4.3’, 5.0’, 5.7’, 6.4’, 7.1’

APPLICATION

Exfiltration

Tanks serve as a permeable structure to capture and hold first rains and runoff water to allow time to exfiltrate into the groundwater aquafers.

Cistern - Water Reuse - Harvesting

Wrapped in an impermeable liner, the Tanks provide a structure to hold captured water either from storms or recycled water, for irrigation or non-potable household water uses.

  • Sport Field Water Harvesting [ET-1203 Sport Field Water Harvesting](PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Outside of Tank [ET-1204 Water Harvesting Detail](PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting - Pump Inside of Tank Plan View [ET-1205 Water Harvesting Plan Detail](PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Inside of Tank Section View [ET-1206 Water Harvesting Shallow Well Pump] (PDF Download)
  • Case Study H25 US Navy Base, Jacksonville, FL (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Hermosa Beach, CA (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Redondo Beach, CA (PDF Download)

Controlled Release Detention – Flood Easing

Large Eco-Rain Tank basins are used to detain and release heavy rains sustainably into creeks to clean water, protect wildlife, and lessen flooding.

Bioswales

Eco-Rain Tanks are used to increase the volume of detention underground in a Bioswale. Water flows easily through the rocks and sand into the Tanks.

FITTINGS

Geotextile Fabric

Wrap Tank structure fully with a non-woven polypropylene Geotextile Fabric.

  • Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet [ET-1101 Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet] (PDF Download)

Filters

Water entering the Eco-Rain Tank structure must be filtered either through a Bioswale or commercial filter that does not allow for unfiltered overflow. There are many filter options available depending on the particle size and pollutant load mitigation.

Maintenance / Cleanout / Observation Channel

Install a full channel or individual ports in 6” or 12” pipe sizes. Pipes can be tapered upward to a larger surface opening.

Biaxial Geogrid

Install a layer of Biaxial Geogrid approximately 12” below grade to offset approximately 30% of the load in traffic areas.

  • Biaxial Geogrid Technical Note (PDF Download)
  • Biaxial Geogrid Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213B Eco-Rain Tank Layout Cross Section with Geogrid] (PDF Download)
  • 2” Drainage Cells Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213C Eco-Rain Tank CS Traffic Rated Apps] (PDF Download)

Liner

wrapped around the outside to hold water in the Eco-Rain Tank structure. Either wrap liner fully around the structure or only on the bottom and sides to allow water to infiltrate from the surface. Typical liner thickness is 20 to 30 mil. Liners are typically wrapped on the outside with Geotextile Fabric.

PRODUCT LITERATURE

Eco-Rain Product Conceptual Design & Layout Assistance Available:
Ecorain.

contact@ecoraintank.com
or

P: 1-818-501-0424

CAD’s & PDF’s Available at:

Download Eco-Rain Tank Systems high quality cad drawings, specifications and related documents for your next project. The CADdetails program is developed specifically for design professionals with the goal of getting manufacturer-specific product information into their working plans.

ET-1504 and ET-1504.5

Specifications

ET-1504
Dimensions
1.34' wide x 2.25' long x 5.71' deep
% Void Space
97%
Void Storage Space
16.7 Cubic Feet
% Gravel Void Space
40%
Module Space
17.22 Cubic Feet
Weight
47.06 lbs.
ET – 1504.5
Dimensions
1.34' wide x 2.25' long x 6.42' deep
% Void Space
97%
Void Storage Space
18.78 Cubic Feet
% Gravel Void Space
40%
Module Space
19.36 Cubic Feet
Weight
52.51 lbs.

Details

  • Tanks are installed in landscape and traffic areas
  • Tanks can accept loads of AASHTO H-25 in traffic areas
  • Unconfined Compressive Strength of 39.3 PSI with 4 Small Plates & 45.8 PSI with 5 Plates
  • Modular design enables innovative designs to fit tight, angular, and tiered shapes
  • Tanks ship unassembled: They are easy and fast to assemble on site – one minute/single unit
  • Lightweight – workers can build and carry the Tanks to placement
  • Cleanout Channel Plates allow for inspection and flushing
  • 100% Recycled Polypropylene
  • Available in 10 heights: .8’, 1.5’, 2.2’, 2.9’, 3.6’, 4.3’, 5.0’, 5.7’, 6.4’, 7.1’

APPLICATION

Exfiltration

Tanks serve as a permeable structure to capture and hold first rains and runoff water to allow time to exfiltrate into the groundwater aquafers.

Cistern - Water Reuse - Harvesting

Wrapped in an impermeable liner, the Tanks provide a structure to hold captured water either from storms or recycled water, for irrigation or non-potable household water uses.

  • Sport Field Water Harvesting [ET-1203 Sport Field Water Harvesting] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Outside of Tank [ET-1204 Water Harvesting Detail](PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting - Pump Inside of Tank Plan View [ET-1205 Water Harvesting Plan Detail] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Inside of Tank Section View [ET-1206 Water Harvesting Shallow Well Pump] (PDF Download)
  • Case Study H25 US Navy Base, Jacksonville, FL (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Hermosa Beach, CA(PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Redondo Beach, CA (PDF Download)

Controlled Release Detention – Flood Easing

Large Eco-Rain Tank basins are used to detain and release heavy rains sustainably into creeks to clean water, protect wildlife, and lessen flooding.

Bioswales

Eco-Rain Tanks are used to increase the volume of detention underground in a Bioswale. Water flows easily through the rocks and sand into the Tanks.

FITTINGS

Geotextile Fabric

Wrap Tank structure fully with a non-woven polypropylene Geotextile Fabric.

  • Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet [ET-1101 Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet] (PDF Download)

Filters

Water entering the Eco-Rain Tank structure must be filtered either through a Bioswale or commercial filter that does not allow for unfiltered overflow. There are many filter options available depending on the particle size and pollutant load mitigation.

Maintenance / Cleanout / Observation Channel

Install a full channel or individual ports in 6” or 12” pipe sizes. Pipes can be tapered upward to a larger surface opening.

Biaxial Geogrid

Install a layer of Biaxial Geogrid approximately 12” below grade to offset approximately 30% of the load in traffic areas.

  • Biaxial Geogrid Technical Note (PDF Download)
  • Biaxial Geogrid Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213B Eco-Rain Tank Layout Cross Section with Geogrid] (PDF Download)
  • 2” Drainage Cells Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213C Eco-Rain Tank CS Traffic Rated Apps] (PDF Download)

Liner

wrapped around the outside to hold water in the Eco-Rain Tank structure. Either wrap liner fully around the structure or only on the bottom and sides to allow water to infiltrate from the surface. Typical liner thickness is 20 to 30 mil. Liners are typically wrapped on the outside with Geotextile Fabric.

PRODUCT LITERATURE

Eco-Rain Product Conceptual Design & Layout Assistance Available:
Ecorain.

contact@ecoraintank.com
or

P: 1-818-501-0424

CAD’s & PDF’s Available at:

Download Eco-Rain Tank Systems high quality cad drawings, specifications and related documents for your next project. The CADdetails program is developed specifically for design professionals with the goal of getting manufacturer-specific product information into their working plans.

ET-1505

Specifications

ET-1505
Dimensions
1.34' wide x 2.25' long x 7.12' deep
% Void Space
97%
Void Storage Space
20.83 Cubic Feet
% Gravel Void Space
40%
Module Space
21.47 Cubic Feet
Weight
58.27 lbs.

Details

  • Tanks are installed in landscape and traffic areas
  • Tanks can accept loads of AASHTO H-25 in traffic areas
  • Unconfined Compressive Strength of 39.3 PSI with 4 Small Plates & 45.8 PSI with 5 Plates
  • Modular design enables innovative designs to fit tight, angular, and tiered shapes
  • Tanks ship unassembled: They are easy and fast to assemble on site – one minute/single unit
  • Lightweight – workers can build and carry the Tanks to placement
  • Cleanout Channel Plates allow for inspection and flushing
  • 100% Recycled Polypropylene
  • Available in 10 heights: .8’, 1.5’, 2.2’, 2.9’, 3.6’, 4.3’, 5.0’, 5.7’, 6.4’, 7.1’

APPLICATION

Exfiltration

Tanks serve as a permeable structure to capture and hold first rains and runoff water to allow time to exfiltrate into the groundwater aquafers.

Cistern - Water Reuse - Harvesting

Wrapped in an impermeable liner, the Tanks provide a structure to hold captured water either from storms or recycled water, for irrigation or non-potable household water uses.

  • Sport Field Water Harvesting [ET-1203 Sport Field Water Harvesting] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Outside of Tank [ET-1204 Water Harvesting Detail] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting - Pump Inside of Tank Plan View [ET-1205 Water Harvesting Plan Detail] (PDF Download)
  • Water Harvesting – Pump Inside of Tank Section View [ET-1206 Water Harvesting Shallow Well Pump] (PDF Download)
  • Case Study H25 US Navy Base, Jacksonville, FL (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Hermosa Beach, CA (PDF Download)
  • Case Study Swimming Pool Conversion Redondo Beach, CA (PDF Download)

Controlled Release Detention – Flood Easing

Large Eco-Rain Tank basins are used to detain and release heavy rains sustainably into creeks to clean water, protect wildlife, and lessen flooding.

Bioswales

Eco-Rain Tanks are used to increase the volume of detention underground in a Bioswale. Water flows easily through the rocks and sand into the Tanks.

FITTINGS

Geotextile Fabric

Wrap Tank structure fully with a non-woven polypropylene Geotextile Fabric.

  • Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet [ET-1101 Geotextile Fabric Specification Sheet] (PDF Download)

Filters

Water entering the Eco-Rain Tank structure must be filtered either through a Bioswale or commercial filter that does not allow for unfiltered overflow. There are many filter options available depending on the particle size and pollutant load mitigation.

Maintenance / Cleanout / Observation Channel

Install a full channel or individual ports in 6” or 12” pipe sizes. Pipes can be tapered upward to a larger surface opening.

Biaxial Geogrid

Install a layer of Biaxial Geogrid approximately 12” below grade to offset approximately 30% of the load in traffic areas.

  • Biaxial Geogrid Technical Note (PDF Download)
  • Biaxial Geogrid Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213B Eco-Rain Tank Layout Cross Section with Geogrid] (PDF Download)
  • 2” Drainage Cells Section Conceptual Drawing [ET-1213C Eco-Rain Tank CS Traffic Rated Apps] (PDF Download)

Liner

wrapped around the outside to hold water in the Eco-Rain Tank structure. Either wrap liner fully around the structure or only on the bottom and sides to allow water to infiltrate from the surface. Typical liner thickness is 20 to 30 mil. Liners are typically wrapped on the outside with Geotextile Fabric.

PRODUCT LITERATURE

Eco-Rain Product Conceptual Design & Layout Assistance Available:
Ecorain.

contact@ecoraintank.com
or

P: 1-818-501-0424

CAD’s & PDF’s Available at:

Download Eco-Rain Tank Systems high quality cad drawings, specifications and related documents for your next project. The CADdetails program is developed specifically for design professionals with the goal of getting manufacturer-specific product information into their working plans.