Ultra Passive Skimmer
Ultra Passive Skimmer
Remove Oil Permanently From Catch Basins And Storm Drains. Unique polymer absorbent actually bonds the oil to the polymer matrix and prevents leaching. Will not create ponding or clog due to sediment.
- Unique polymer absorbent actually bonds the oil to the polymer matrix and prevents leaching.
- Will not create ponding or clog due to sediment.
- One 22” x 14” x 2” unit can hold up to 2 gallons of oil.
- Floats on water surface —continuously absorbs oil.
- Helps comply with NPDES, 40 CFR 122.26 (1999) and TMDL requirements.
|Ultra Passive Skimmer|
|Part# 9260||Ultra-Passive Skimmer (2 per box)||Weight: 7 lbs. (4 kg)||Absorbs up to 2.0 gallons (8 L) of oil per unit|
|Part# 9261||Ultra-Passive Skimmer (5 per box)||Weight: 19 lbs. (9 kg)||Absorbs up to 2.0 gallons (8 L) of oil per unit|
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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