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PIG™ Sediment Drain Filter

For Sediment; Trash; Debris, For Storm Drains up to 28" x 28", 1,600 gal./Minute
As Low As $54.00
Use this filter bag drain insert to collect sediment, dirt and debris from your catch basin and meet EPA Stormwater Regs for erosion control and pollution.   Read More 

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Description

Use this filter bag drain insert to collect sediment, dirt and debris from your catch basin and meet EPA Stormwater Regs for erosion control and pollution.
  • Ideal for use in the construction industry and anywhere sediment collection is a concern
  • Geotextile constructed of a monofilament polypropylene captures sand, dirt, sediment, trash, leaves, sticks and cigarette butts
  • Integrated straps secure the bag in place under the drain grate without the use of rebar and cradle the grate for added support and security during installation and removal
  • Straps are high-viz; easily seen by workers and compliance inspectors
  • Can handle large capacity but is manageable during maintenance; no equipment or forklift needed for removal
  • For use with storm drains that are 24" x 24"
  • Maximum flow rate 1,600 gal./minute; runoff won't cause flooding when the unit is properly maintained
  • Overflow port allows excess water to release into drain during heavy flow or if filter is blocked; also provides an opening to collect samples of filtered stormwater
  • UV resistant, durable and reusable

Specifications

Style Drain Filters
Use With Storm Drains up to 28" x 28"
Color Blue
Dimensions 29" W x 29" L x 20" H
Substance Filtered Sediment; Trash; Debris
Sold as 1 each
Weight 2.2 lbs.
# per Pallet 80
Composition polypropylene
Maximum Flow Rate 1,600 gal./Minute
UNSPSC 47101514
UV Resistant Yes
Pigalog® Page Number Page 276

Reviews






Based on 1 reviews





By Chris

10/12/2018

This works

These work great and are easy to install.

Additional Information

  • Instructions for PIG Sediment Drain Filter
  • 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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