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PIG® Storm Drain Skimmer Squid

For Oil, For Storm Drains, Catch Basins, Storm Drain Filters, 2 each
Install a Skimmer Squid inside your storm drain catch basin as a passive last line of defense to capture oils, sheens and fuels from your stormwater runoff.   Read More 

PRICING (Based on quantity)

1+
$70.00

Description

Install a Skimmer Squid inside your storm drain catch basin as a passive last line of defense to capture oils, sheens and fuels from your stormwater runoff.
  • Filters viscous and non-viscous oils, sheens and fuels from water collected inside your storm drain prior to outfall discharge
  • 3-foot diameter reach covers the largest area of any in-the-drain skimmer on the market
  • Attached 9-foot line makes Skimmer Squid easy to deploy and retrieve; line can be adjusted to fit the depth of your catch basin
  • Patent-pending design combines two unique absorbents to work above and below the surface of the water to maximize treatment efficiency
  • Absorbent spaghetti-strip pillow (the “head” of the squid) floats to remove surface-level contaminants
  • Absorbent pompom (the “tentacles”) sweeps through moving water to capture oil below the surface
  • Works effectively in standing water or turbid conditions during rain events
  • Ideal last line of defense against lingering oils and sheens that get past other stormwater treatment measures at your facility
  • Designed to work in tandem with a PIG Storm Drain Filter for best performance (tie Squid to grommet at bottom of Drain Filter)
  • Can also be used as a standalone treatment option when tied directly to storm drain grate

Specifications

Use With Storm Drains, Catch Basins, Storm Drain Filters
Color White
Dimensions ext. dia. 15" x 24" H
Absorbency Up to 2.78 gal. per box
Substance Filtered Oil
Sold as 2 per box
Weight 3.6 lbs.
New Pig Patent Pending
# per Pallet 54
Composition Polypropylene
UNSPSC 47101514
UV Resistant Yes
Pigalog® Page Number Page 184

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Additional Information

  • Instructions for PIG Storm Drain Skimmer Squid
  • 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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