Cultec Stormwater Detention - Model

Stormwater Detention System

ParkUSA offers CULTEC Contactor® and Recharger® plastic stormwater chambers. CULTEC’s chambers are dome shaped, open bottomed corrugated plastic structures. They function like conventional stormwater ponds and work in conjunction with existing storm sewer infrastructure to provide underground retention/detention and infiltration of rainwater into the ground. With a wide range of sizes and models available, their advanced design and ease of installation makes them an ideal alternative to above ground ponds, swales, crate or concrete structures or pipe installations. Water enters via a catch basin or other collective device followed by a pretreatment device (such as ParkUSA StormTrooper®) to be treated. Once treated, the water is piped towards the bed of chambers and distributed throughout the chamber network via the internal manifold and surrounding stone embedment. Depending on the system application, the water infiltrates into the ground, or it is detained and released.

Features
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  • Overlapping rib connection
  • Unique in-line internal manifold
  • High infiltrative capability
  • Lightweight
  • Variety of sizes
  • Chemically resistant

Water is collected in a catch basin or other collective device followed by a CULTEC StormFilter® to be treated. The water is then directed into the Contactor® or Recharger® chambers and distributed via the side portal internal manifold and crushed stone embedment. Depending on the system application, the water infiltrates into the ground, or it is detained and released.

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