Its unique four layer system adsorbs hydrocarbons, removes large and fine sediment, and polishes the water. The EVAC Filtration System comes with a two inch male Camlock quick connect fitting and is packaged in a UN certified liquid-tight container. The filtration bag is reusable.
The C.I.Agent EVAC Filtration System is ideal for pumping contaminated water from elevator shafts, underground utility vaults and manholes, retention and secondary containment vessels, and out-fall on oil-water separators. Attach the C.I.Agent EVAC Filtration System to the hose on the out-fall side of a centrifugal pump and let the water flow through the device.
- The EVAC Filtration Systems measures 12” by 57”.
- The EVAC Filter measures 12” by 50”
- Flow Rate: 100+ GPM depending on the pump used. Flow rate diminishes as filter becomes laden with sediment.
- We suggest you use a centrifugal pump that generates around 10 PSI.
- Filter constructed of a non-woven geotextile that is lipophilic (adsorbs 10 times its weight in hydrocarbons), is hydrophobic, and exceeds MARV 97.7%
- A 6” by 6” C.I.Agent* Hydrocarbon Solidifier Pillow captures sheen and light hydrocarbons.
- Has a 2-inch male Camlock quick connect fitting.
- Comes in a 6.5 gallon UN Certified pail with sure seal screw top lid.
- C.I.Agent EVAC Filtration System is easy to use.
- C.I.Agent EVAC Filtration System eliminates the use of vacuum trucks and expensive water processing fees.
- C.I.Agent EVAC Filter can be re-used.
- C.I.Agent EVAC Filtration System uses an Hydrocarbon Detection Strip to indicate when filter is nearing maximum hydrocarbon retention level.
- C.I.Agent EVAC Filtration System can be disposed of in most landfills eliminating the “Cradle to Grave Liability” and the costs associated with hazardous waste disposal.**
Allow two-three weeks for delivery of standard unit (based on quantity ordered). As with all C.I.Agent Solutions products, we would be happy to provide a quote for customization.
* C.I.Agent is listed on the EPA National Contingency Plan Product Schedule as a “Solidifier” for use on oil spills in the navigable waters of the United States.
**Always check with Local, State, and Federal Regulations prior to disposal.