Conder Wash Down and Silt Separators
Conder Wash Down Separators and Silt Traps are designed to remove silt. They are used in areas such as car washes, pressure wash facilities or other cleaning facilities and must be discharged to the foul water drainage system.
Typical applications include:
- Car wash facilities
- Tool hire depots
- Pressure washer facilities
All Conder Washdown and Silt Separators are available in 1, 2 and 3 stage options and assure efficient silt and hydrocarbon removal.
Conder Washdown and Silt Separators are designed to remove the silt and aid the separation of hydrocarbons. Detergents used in wash down areas break down and disperse hydrocarbons, which hinders the separation process.
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