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Trench Drain Debris Filter

For Sediment; Debris, For Storm Drains up to 26" W, Max Flow Rate 39.6 gal./Minute
Economical, eco-friendly mat roll made of natural, renewable coconut fibers helps keep trench drains clean and green.   Read More 

PRICING (Based on quantity)

$167.00 $163.00

Description

Economical, eco-friendly mat roll made of natural, renewable coconut fibers helps keep trench drains clean and green.
  • Removes sediment from runoff to help you meet regulations
  • Acts as a short-term BMP for construction-phase stormwater management
  • Flexible material can be unrolled and cut to length with scissors for a perfect fit on trench drains
  • Built to withstand UV, weather and light vehicle traffic but biodegradable for worry-free disposal
  • Made of natural, renewable coconut fibers to help you meet environmental goals
  • Filter surface sweeps clean to maintain water flow
  • To install, simply secure to top of grate with included cable ties and hold-down pads
  • For best performance, overlap drain opening at least 1" on each edge

Specifications

Max Flow Rate 39.6 gal./Minute
Style Drain Filters
Use With Storm Drains up to 26" W
Color Brown
Dimensions 27" W x 21' L
Substance Filtered Sediment; Debris
Sold as 1 roll per box
Weight 17.98 lbs.
# per Pallet 10
Composition Natural Renewable Coconut Fiber
Includes

1 - Roll Coconut-Fiber roll

8 - Installation Kits Ea. kit contains: 8 zip ties, 8 hold-down pads, instructions

UNSPSC 47101514
UV Resistant Yes
Pigalog® Page Number Page 277

Reviews






Based on 2 reviews





By Todd

9/6/2018

Over the Drain Debris Filter

We have a large plant site and this product has worked great with our storm drains. We order the larger rolls and our staff can cut to size and secure to the drains. Its durable and has performed really well in some heavy rain events. The filters need to be monitored but very easy to reinstall.






By Curtis

5/2/2012

DRAIN FILTER

PRODUCT DOES A GREAT JOB OF TRAPPING DEBRIS AND HAS TURNED OUT TO BE QUITE DURABLE. A LITTLE DIFFICULT TO CUT TO SHAPE BUT A SHARP INSULATION KNIFE DID THE TRICK.

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.
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