SediPipe L, rainwater purifying facility

SediPipe L, rainwater purifying facility

Rainwater runoff carries all kinds of sediment with it, such as sand, organic particles but also heavy metals. The SediPipe purifies the rainwater by allowing fine particles to settle (sedimentation) below the flow inhibitor. The SediPipe achieves a maximum efficiency of 86% and removes sediment with a size of < 0.06 mm from the rainwater runoff. Fine sand and coarse sediment are collected for 100%.

Cleaning the rainwater for discharge to open infiltration basins, installation for a pipe infiltration system, installation for a Rigofill crate system.

Ease of installation & traffic load
The SediPipe L is delivered from stock. The innovative telescope construction allows you to achieve the correct connection height and angle of rotation on site. Because there is no height difference between the inlet and outlet; the SediPipe L-plus can be easily installed; also in an existing piping system.

It is possible to install a SediPipe L under heavy traffic loads.
Hassle-free maintenance
The maintenance interval* is: 3 years. A standard vacuum truck + nozzle will need +/- 1 hour for the total cleaning + camera inspection of the SediPipe.
* Unique is that the maintenance interval after the 1st year of use can be determined exactly by means of a camera inspection.
Installation types and maximum paved surface to be connected (calculated with 20 l/s.ha)
  • SediPipe L 600/6 – 4900 m 2
  • SediPipe Level 600/12 – 9950 m 2
  • SediPipe Level 600/18 – 12350 m 2
  • SediPipe Level 600/24 – 18850 m 2
The SediPipe consists of
  • a starting pit PE DN800 with slip collection
  • a sedimentation tube DN600 in opposite slope with lower flow inhibitor
  • a PE DN800 end well with diving wall for the retention of light liquids
Connection inlet and outlet standard DN315 or DN400.
Cleaning ability demonstrated by the following independent institutes;
  • TU Delft and Tauw
  • TÜV Rheinland LGAHTWK
  • I T
  • IFS Hanover


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