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PIG® Frameless Storm Drain Filter

Filters Oil; Sediment; Trash; Debris, For Storm Drains from 61cm to 122cm W & 61cm to 137cm L; Round Drains from 61cm to 122cm Dia., 137cm x 152cm x 43cm
As Low As £84.55 (Ex. VAT)
New and improved ""witches hat"" drain guard design! Catch basin insert protects drains of all sizes in high-traffic areas with better filtering of oil, sediment, debris and trash from stormwater runoff.  Read More

PRICING (Based on quantity)

£89.00
(Ex. VAT)
£84.55
(Ex. VAT)

Description & Specifications

New and improved ""witches hat"" drain guard design! Catch basin insert protects drains of all sizes in high-traffic areas with better filtering of oil, sediment, debris and trash from stormwater runoff.
  • New! Redesigned for better filtration, improved handling and all-around performance
  • Frameless design is ideal for small drains of any shape, even shallow drains
  • Heavy-duty, hi-viz strap allows easier handling and removal
  • Four-stage filtration process treats more water and removes more oil than basic storm drain filters
  • Overflow ports help prevent blockage during high water flow
  • Fits circular drain sizes 61cm to 122cm in diameter
  • Fits irregular, rectangular and square drain sizes 61cm to 122cm width to 61cm to 137cm length
  • Trim product to allow 7-8cm of material to extend above grate
  • Pore size is 0.074 mm, 74 microns, 0.0029 inches or 200 sieve
Use With Storm Drains from 61cm to 122cm W & 61cm to 137cm L; Round Drains from 61cm to 122cm Dia.
Colour Black
Dimensions 137cm W x 152cm L x 43cm H
Absorbency Up to 7.8 L
Installation Installs below grate
Sold as 1 each
Weight 1.14 kg
# per Pallet 176
Composition Insert - PET;
Absorbent Strips and Ring - PET;
Straps - PET
Filters Oil; Sediment; Trash; Debris

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Additional Information

  • Instructions for Frameless Storm Drain Filter
  • Environmental Protection Act 1990
    To ensure that any potential polluting process has an authorisation from either the Environment Agency or Local Authority and that control measures are in place to prevent, minimise or render harmless emissions into the surrounding environment. 
  • The Control of Pollution Act (1974)
    The act controls water pollution, all inland water, and the sea within 3 miles of the coast. The deposit of polluting material in controlled water is prohibited, but discharges of trade effluent are permitted with the consent of SEPA.
  • Water Resources Act 1991
    This act regulates the activities of the Environment Agency. The Agency is obliged to prevent pollution of a watercourse or groundwater by issuing consents to make discharges to watercourses. To pollute a watercourse is a criminal offence, and offending individuals and companies can be prosecuted.