Traffic areas and roads are the transport veins of our society. Especially in connection with the mega trends of drainage - urbanisation, climate change and sustainability - new and smart approaches are required today for handling light liquids.
Light liquids, especially fuels and oils, must never be permitted to enter waterways and soil areas, where they can cause considerable damage to these areas. For this reason, light liquid separators must already be utilised today at various critical locations, such as fuel stations, logistics areas and certain road sections in order to separate fuels and oils.
However, pure separation is usually not sufficient for this purpose. In the event of a rainwater or backflow incident, it must therefore be prevented that fuels can escape from the light liquid separator (refer to EN 858 and DIN 1999-100).