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Elevator Sump Pump Interceptor
Removes petroleum hydrocarbons from elevator sump discharges
and meets new ASME A17.1 standards for elevator safety
Hydraulic oil in an elevator sump is
a code violation and a danger for
all personnel working on and around
the elevator equipment. This condition
also causes damage to the elevator
equipment and is a potential
contaminant if drained or pumped
into the environment. Hydraulic oil
will also penetrate concrete, seeping
into the ground, requiring an
environmental cleanup and removal
of all contaminated soils.
Highland Tank, Elevator Sump Pump
Interceptors (ESP-INT) are designed
to trap sediment and retain free
floating oil and grease (petroleum
hydrocarbons and other volatile
liquids) in wastewater discharged
from elevator pit sumps.
Our design goes beyond baffle and
coalescer plate-style interceptor's
performance rated for separation
of free floating oils and gravity waste
stream flow and addresses oils that
become emulsified in a pumped
waste stream flow.
Options
• Side oil storage compartment
• Sump pumps
•Control panels
• Interceptor controls
•Double-wall construction
• Leak detection systems
ESP-INTs prevent the discharge
of sediment, oil, grease and other
substances harmful or hazardous
to the building's drainage system,
the public sewer, sewage treatment
plant or other treatment processes.
Elevator Sump Pump Interceptors
are constructed of mild carbon
steel and coated with heavy duty
polyurethane for superior corrosion
resistance.
Stainless steel construction is also
available. ESP-INTs are suitable for
installation above or below grade,
and are available in configurations to
fit almost any requirement.
Approved by Michigan
Costruction Code Commission
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