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Continuous treatment for large surface areas, rainwater treatment plants, Rain water treatment plants and equipment, areas are used to service large surface areas and are dimensioned and structured according to what’s prescribed in L.R. n. 26 of the Lombardy region, dated 12/12/2003. standard plants, large size, industrial waste water, groundwater protection


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Continuous treatment for large surface areas
 
rainwater treatment plants


First rain water treatment plants series IPP/GS
First rain water treatment plants series IPP/GS
First rain water treatment plants, EURO MEC series IPP/GS, are designed in compliance with all relevant Norms and standards.
Their correct use allows the reduction of the ground water pollution and impoverishment as they convey storm water into sewers or on site after separating the first rain water.

The plants are used to purify rain water coming from service areas, parking lots and/or auto wrecking yards where the main pollutants come from oil and other substances leaking or coming off vehicles such as mineral oils, sand and dirt. Euro Mec’s first rain water treatment plants, series IPP/GS, are paralellpiped, monobloc tanks made of highly resistant reinforced concrete.
They have carriageable covers and are complete with D400 cast iron manholes.

HOW MONOBLOC PARALLELEPIPED FIRST RAIN WATER TREATMENT PLANTS FOR LARGE SURFACE AREAS WORK
Rain water coming off large surface areas as described above is usually polluted with sand, soil and mineral oils. Areas likely to collect rain water need to be designed in a way that directs the total rain water to one point at which a separator will be located. First rain waters start the treatment in the sand separation or mud separation sections for the amount of time necessary to allow the separation of any settleable solids from the water. Following this pre-treatment the water passes on through an oil separation process where any light substances are floated and thus separated from the water.

The first rain waters are directed by a series of thresholds calibrated according to the surface are they are serving and separated from the following. less polluted rain water which goes directly to it’s next destination via a by-pass.
Any water re-released into the environment must meet specific quality standards according to local and international Norms, for this reason water from this rain water treatment plant passed through a coalescence filter before being discharged into the environment.

This system causes oil micro-particles to adhere to a coalescent material (a form of absorbance) and, as the process continues the trapped micro-particles increase and enable the collection of larger particles (coalescence).
Waste from the separator is automatically contained by a floating shutter system which stops the exit of oils when they arrive at a predetermined level in the collection chamber.

MATERIALS USED
Tanks : highly resistant reinforced vibrated concrete
Shafts : lass D400 cast iron
Internal carpentry : AISI 304 stainless steel

SPECIFICATION
Supply of Euro Mec’s monobloc parallelepiped first rain water treatment plant IPP/GS for the continuous treatment of first rain water, realized with prefabricated parallelpiped tanks in high resistance reinforced concrete, subdivided into two basins; one for sand separation and the other for oil separation, complete with stainless steel deflectors, coalescence filter, a waste outlet floating shutter device, heavy duty carriageable cover and D400 cast iron manholes.

   2012 IPP/GS catalog in pdf. format (ita)
   2012 IPP/GS catalog pdf format (ita)


standard plants, large size, industrial waste water, groundwater protection



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