Stormceptor® Maintenance Procedures

Maintenance Procedure — Inline Stormceptor®

Inspect and maintain the In-Line Stormceptor® from the surface, without entry into the unit. Perform maintenance once the stored volume reaches 15 percent of the Stormceptor® capacity, or immediately in the event of a spill.

Maintenance intervals vary depending on the application. We recommend quarterly inspections during the first year of installation to accurately establish a maintenance schedule.

Remove oil and sediment through the 24-inch diameter outlet-riser pipe. Alternatively, you may remove floatables and hydrocarbons through the 6-inch oil inspection port.

Requirements for the disposal from Stormceptor® are similar to that of any other Best Management Practice. Consult local guidelines or Rinker Stormceptor before disposing of the separator contents.

The In-Line Stormceptor® has been applied numerous times as an NPDES phase I best management practice, and is an ideal solution for communities dealing with the NPDES phase II regulations.

Maintenance Procedure — Inlet Stormceptor®

Inspect and maintain the Inlet Stormceptor® from the surface, without entry into the unit. Perform maintenance once the stored volume reaches 15 percent of the Stormceptor® capacity, or immediately in the event of a spill.

Maintenance intervals vary depending on the application. We recommend quarterly inspections during the first year of installation to accurately establish a maintenance schedule.

The inlet drop pipe has a tapered insert connected to a handle. After removing the handle, remove oil and sediment from the 12-inch diameter inlet drop pipe.

Requirements for the disposal from Stormceptor® are similar to that of any other best management practice. Consult local guidelines or Rinker Stormceptor before disposing of the separator contents.

Maintenance Procedure — Submerged Stormceptor®

Inspect and maintain the Submerged Stormceptor® from the surface, without entry into the unit. Perform maintenance once the stored volume reaches 15 percent of the Stormceptor® capacity, or immediately in the event of a spill.

Maintenance intervals vary depending on the application. We recommend quarterly inspections during the first year of installation to accurately establish a maintenance schedule.

Remove oil and sediment through the 24-inch diameter outlet-riser pipe. Alternatively, you may remove floatables and hydrocarbons through the 6-inch oil inspection port.

Requirements for the disposal from Stormceptor® are similar to that of any other best management practice. Consult local guidelines or Rinker Stormceptor before disposing of the separator contents.

The Submerged Stormceptor® has been successfully installed in coastal areas and other submerged pipe conditions.