1.2 – Pipes are installed to move rain water into a concrete sump, shown to the left of the corner of the Geomembrane Liner.I am just filler text. I am just filler text. I am just filler text. I am just.
1.6 – The excavation must be completed prior to the arrival of the installation crew. Plus, the depth of the excavated area need to be a minimum of 6″ than the floor of the C.I.Agent Geomembrane LinerSecondary Containment unit and filled with washed pea gravel that acts as a leach field to help in displacement of water.
1.10 – A pipeline flows all stormwater from the containment area into a concrete sump vault holding a C.I.Agent VIPOR system. The VIPOR filters nuisance sediments and sheens while continually allowing water to pass.
2.6 – The utility and the contractor built a limestone berm on two sides of the transformer, then staked the C.I.Agent Oil Filtration Wall into place. An angle iron is held in place over the wall while gravel is poured on both sides.
4.3 – A C.I.Agent HFF Oil Stop Valve, housed in a vault outside of a containment area of Strongwell COMPOSLITE walls and a Geomembrane liner, serves a dual purpose. Not only does it provide drainage for wastewater, it also offers additional oil redundancy protection.I am just filler text. I am just filler text. I am just even more filler. More Filler and I bit more
4.4 – Stormwater from a nearby containment area drains into a vault with C.I.Agent HFF Oil Stop Valve. The low maintenance HFF filters and processes the rainwater, and will automatically shut off and cease all flow in the event of a hydrocarbon release.I am just filler text. I am just filler text. I am just even more filler. More Filler and I bit more
5.1 – A C.I.Agent HFF Oil Stop Valve helps filter and process wastewater outside of a concrete containment area, while reducing any oil to a non-detectable level.
5.2 – All secondary containment units must incorporate some type of drainage system to evacuate water. Capable of filtering and processing water while removing any traces of hydrocarbons, the C.I.Agent HFF Oil Stop Valve is ideal for such applications.
5.3 – Per the customer’s request, C.I.Agent Solutions engineered a multi-port HFF Oil Stop Valve, to serve as a redundant solution to ensure that the 35,000 gallons of oil in the transformers on site never contaminated the environment in the event of a release.
5.4 – Eight HFF Oil Stop Valve, each 7′ x 8″ in diameter, were installed as a redundant solution in a vault outside of the main containment area. The multi-port HFF provides flowrates of 880 GPM.
5.5 – The multi-port HFF Oil Stop Valve is housed in a 10′ x 20′ concrete vault. It serves as the last step in a redundant solution for SPCC compliance, which includes concrete secondary containment, a holding well, multiple 10,000-gallon tanks and an oil-water separator.
5.6 – The C.I.Agent HFF Oil Stop Valve will allow water to flow through it as it removes and captures hydrocarbons, including the most volatile organic compounds.
6.8 – It’s important that secondary oil containment for substations also protects all of the conduits and cables. Generally, boots are constructed in the field during installations for all C.I.Agent Solutions’ systems.
7.2 – To protect the geomembrane liner from punctures or holes, a layer of geotextile fabric is laid prior to adding stone.
7.3 – A protective Boot, made from extra scraps of geomembrane liner, is used to seal conduits and pipes leading to outside of the oil containment area.
7.4 – Perforated ADS pipes, wrapped in protective geotextile fabric, are utilized in conjunction with the Oil Filtration Panels in the Geomembrane Liner to provide complete secondary oil containment protection.
7.12 – The volume of oil capacity is increased through the additional storage available by using perforated ADS pipes within the secondary containment area.
7.13 – The void space created by the ADS pipes are intended for capturing hydrocarbons in the case of a release. All wastewater is evacuated through a solid line from the containment area into a sump containing an automatic pump, C.I.Agent VIPOR system.
7.14 – Once the ADS perforated pipes are laid in position, the containment area is covered with 12″ to 18″ of clean, washed stone to provide fire quenching.
7.15 – Just a few more inches remaining and backfilling around this transformer pad will be complete.
3.4 – To protect the C.I.Agent Geomembrane Liners from being punctured, we lay a layer of geotextile fabric on top of the liner before backfilling with stone.I am just filler text. I am just filler text.
3.11 – Starting at the corners, stone is placed into the secondary containment area in a manner that maintains equal amounts of stone both inside and outside the staked walls (hint: we recommend using a ripped length of conduit to prevent the wall from being crushed).
3.12 – Nothing more satisfying than successfully completing an installation of a C.I.Agent Secondary Containment System.I am just filler text. I am just filler text.