Ultra Drain Seal Truck Mounts
Truck Mounted Container Provides Quick and Easy Access to Ultra-Drain Seals
- Reinforcing mesh is “sandwiched” between layers of polyurethane — increases durability and resistance to tearing.
- Unique, urethane construction allows the pad to deform and seal off most drains — temporarily “seals” to any smooth surface.
- A valuable addition to any emergency response plan, spill kit, SPCC or stormwater management program.
- Unlike some alternative products, BOTH sides will quickly seal drains — there is no specified “top” or “bottom.”
|ULTRA-DRAIN SEAL TRUCKMOUNT|
|Part# 2145||Fits 18” x 18”, 24” x 24”, 12” dia. and 20” dia. Drain Seals
(458 mm x 458 mm, 610 mm x 610 mm, 305 mm dia. and 508 mm dia. Drain Seals)
|Part# 2146||Fits 36” x 36” and 30” dia. Drain Seals (915 mm x 915 mm and 762 mm dia. Drain Seals)|
|Part# 2147||Fits 42” x 42”, 48” x 48” and 42” dia. Drain Seals
(1,067 mm x 1,067 mm, 1,220 mm x 1,220 mm and 1,067 mm dia. Drain Seals)
Chemtech International Inc. is an exclusive distributor of UltraTech International Inc., the industry-leading manufacturer of stormwater management and erosion control products. All UltraTech International Inc. products are designed to meet the New Stormwater Management Regulations of the EPA’s Clean Water Act, to help businesses maximize operational efficiency while protecting the environment.
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Storm drainage solutions and water runoff systems play vital roles across the United States, keeping facilities compliant with all applicable regulation and protecting local communities and ecosystems from harm. While few would deny that stormwater is a genuine problem that needs to be mitigated, not everyone is aware of just how dangerous this can be.
Where does stormwater runoff go once it enters the storm drain system? What are the effects of stormwater pollution on local environments? These are important questions, and they are becoming increasingly so in the modern age as stormwater problems continue to mount up.
We need storm drain solutions to prevent the wealth of problems that can follow a period of heavy weather or increased rainfall. But what if we are looking at stormwater the wrong way? What if stormwater capture could turn this nuisance into a valuable resource for businesses and communities?