Ultra-Filter Decks®

Filter grease and oil from stormwater runoff

Oil and grease is a major problem in stormwater.  Waste oil and grease containers from restaurants are often a source of pollution in rainfall. 

Even if they are sealed from the elements, residual oil and grease that may have spilled or dripped when the waste oil was poured into the container can get washed away with the rain and flushed into the nearest storm drain.

  • Heavy-duty polyethylene units use Ultra-X-Tex® material, a high-performance oil absorbent, below removable grating to remove oil, grease and other hydrocarbons from stormwater runoff.
  • Ports are located in the base of units to drain off clean stormwater.
  • Ultra-X-Tex® roll of absorbent is quickly and easily removed and replaced.
  • Excellent for use underneath dumpsters, grease collection tanks, outdoor machinery or equipment.
  • Use at restaurant, grills and other food preparation areas under waste oil and grease containers.
  • All-polyethylene construction will not rust or corrode.
  • Helps meet Stormwater Management Regulations — NPDES, 40 CFR 122.26 (1999).

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Ultra-Filter Decks

Part # Dimensions in. (mm) Weight lbs (kg) Weight Capacity lbs (kg) Absorption Capacity gal. (L) Where to Buy
9368 74.25 x 50 x 5.25 (1,886 x 1,270 x 133) 90.0 (41.0) 9,000 (4082) 2.5 (9.5)
Frequently Asked Questions

Does the Ultra-Filter Deck contain water?
It does not contain water. Looks can be deceiving, especially since the Filter Deck is based on one of our spill containment products. But it has been modified with draining ports to allow stormwater to empty out of the sump.

 

 

What is the Filter Deck made of?
The base and the grating of the Ultra-Filter Deck is made from a low-density polyethylene. The filter is made from Ultra-X-Tex.

 

 

Why do you use X-Tex as a filtering media?
Ultra-X-Tex is a high-performance, cost-effective absorbent that allows large volumes of water to pass through while sorbing liquid hydrocarbons, including petroleum, animal and vegetable oils. Find out more here.

 

 

How long will the X-Tex filtering media last before it needs to be replaced?
The amount of time that elapses before the X-Tex media needs to be replaced will be dependent on the amount of oil that is present in the water that gets filtered. It is recommended that you inspect the filter media after the first significant rainfall to get a gauge of how much oil is present. The X-Tex media should be replaced shortly before it is completely saturated.

 

 

What color is the Ultra-Filter Deck?
The Filter Deck is black. The images in the photo gallery are used to be able to better show the draining ports.