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PIG® Heavy Metal Filter Bag Replacement

For Catch Basin Filtration Insert, For Heavy Metals; Oil; Sediment; Trash; Debris, Absorbs up to 4 gal. per box
Quick-replace, drop-in filter removes heavy metals, hydrocarbons and debris from stormwater runoff – replace the filter bag during a changeout in 10 seconds!   Read More 

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Description

Quick-replace, drop-in filter removes heavy metals, hydrocarbons and debris from stormwater runoff – replace the filter bag during a changeout in 10 seconds!
  • Filter bag replacement is an easy, one-person job! Simply insert this disposable filter bag replacement into your Catch Basin Filtration Insert to begin removing pollutants
  • Drop-in filter replacements save you money and reduce waste; dispose only the filter bag, not the entire catch basin drain insert
  • Holds up to 40 pounds of heavy metal waste, oil, debris and sediment; replace when bag is clogged or full by lifting the filter bag out of the basket
  • Filter strips remove hydrocarbons as water moves through filter bag; propriety blend removes heavy metals
  • Each pack contains 2 disposable filters, so you always have one on hand
  • High visibility, durable straps make it easy to lift full filter bags from your drain insert
  • Compatible only with PIG Catch Basin Filtration Insert Systems

Specifications

Max Flow Rate 60 gal./Minute
Use With Catch Basin Filtration Insert
Color Black/Gray
Dimensions int. dia. 10" x 13.5" H
Absorbency Up to 4 gal. per box
Substance Filtered Heavy Metals; Oil; Sediment; Trash; Debris
Sold as 2 per box
Weight 19.05 lbs.
New Pig Patent Pending
# per Pallet 30
Composition Absorbents - polypropylene, Filtration bag support ring - steel, Media - Zeolite and activated carbon
Opening Dimensions 10" Dia.
UNSPSC 47101600

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Additional Information

  • Instructions for PIG Catch Basin Filtration Insert System
  • 40 CFR 122.26
    When applying for a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, facilities must have a plan in place that describes actions, procedures, control techniques, management practices and equipment available to prevent illegal discharge of pollutants into waterways.
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