Regardless of whether in multi-storey car parks, petrol stations, car washes or vehicle workshops: Wherever there is a risk of mineral light liquids getting into the drainage network, for example, petrol, benzene, lubricants or oils, the wastewater must be pre-treated. This prevents pollutants from contaminating the drinking water or groundwater. A light-liquid separator or petrol interceptor uses the difference in density of petrol and water to achieve this. The light liquid is collected and is disposed of regularly by recycling companies. Even better treatment is achieved by using a coalescence element, as used by ACO in its units. Light-liquid separators are available for installation in the ground and for freestanding installation.
In the case of light-liquid separators for below ground installation, the attachments can be shortened by the customer, depending on the application. The cover is suitable for class B according to EN 124. All light-liquid separators meet the requirements of class EN 858. For increased disposal convenience, the separator can also be retrofitted with direct extraction. Both the sludge catches as well as the actual separators have a maintenance opening. Optionally, alarm systems can be installed.