Storm Sentinel® Round Drain Protection Insert

For Sediment; Trash; Debris, For Round Drains 27" to 29" Dia., Wire Structural Frame
Heavy-gauge collars keep insert below the grate and above the catch basin, even when loaded with 135 lb. of sediment. Temporarily unavailable. Item on backorder.   Read More 

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Description

Heavy-gauge collars keep insert below the grate and above the catch basin, even when loaded with 135 lb. of sediment. Temporarily unavailable. Item on backorder.
  • Below-grate design presents no trip hazard and stays intact in areas with high vehicle traffic
  • Rugged 8-ounce polypropylene geotextile withstands weather and abrasion for long life
  • Heavy-gauge, sewn-in wire collar forms structural frame that rests on drain perimeter to keep insert from falling in when grate is removed
  • Pocket collects up to 135 lb. of wet sediment, trash and debris while allowing water flow up to 500 gpm
  • Features three excess flow ports to prevent blockage during high water flow
  • Durable loop handle helps make removal quick and easy
  • Ideal as a Best Management Practice when included in your Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan

Specifications

Max Flow Rate 500 gal./Minute
Special Feature Wire Structural Frame
Style Inside the Drain
Use With Round Drains 27" to 29" Dia.
Color Black
Brand ENPAC
Drain Shape Round
Substance Filtered Sediment; Trash; Debris
Sold as 1 each
Weight 2 lbs.
# per Pallet 6
Composition Polypropylene
Application Disposable
Opening Dimensions Adjustable from 27" to 29" Dia.
UNSPSC 47101514
UV Resistant Yes

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Reviews






Based on 1 reviews





By Jim

10/6/2011

Good Product

We use this in a different manner. We use this to filter water from debre and sediment from a shop vac. The water passes through this with ease except when heavy sediment accumulates, such as mud or muck.

Additional Information

  • 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.