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FloGard® Perk Filter

Source: Kristar Enterprises, Inc.

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Continuing its long history of providing innovative stormwater management solutions to the development industry, KriStar Enterprises, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of a cartridge media filter, the Perk Filter, to its family of FloGard® products for post-construction Best Management Practices (BMP's)

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Brochure: FloGard® Perk Filter

Continuing its long history of providing innovative stormwater management solutions to the development industry, KriStar Enterprises, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of a cartridge media filter, the Perk Filter, to its family of FloGard® products for post-construction Best Management Practices (BMP's).

The Perk Filter has been developed to address those filtration situations where increasingly higher levels of pollutant removals are being mandated today in urban developments across the United States. Impervious surfaces and other urban and suburban landscapes generate a variety of contaminants that can enter stormwater, polluting downstream receiving waters. The Perk Filter captures and retains sediment, oils, metals and other target constituents close to the source and reduces the total discharge load.

The Perk Filter cartridge is manufactured from durable polymeric components with a polymer-coated steel support screen and stainless steel hardware. Its base construction allows use with a wide variety of media chosen to address site-specific pollutants of concern.

Perk Filters may be installed as a retrofit to suitable existing curb inlet, drop inlet, or combination catch basins, as an integral part of a coated steel- or concrete-housed stormwater inlet system for commercial, residential, and industrial developments, or as centralized modular treatment system installed either on-line or off-line.

With its modular and scalable design, the Perk Filter provides a simple and low cost solution for installation and long term maintenance. The wide variety of media filter selection allows the user to attack the specific pollutants of concern in your community.

Extensive testing was recently completed at the Office of Water Programs at California State University, Sacramento in order to establish the pollutant removal efficiencies for the Perk Filter with different filter media types. Ongoing field studies will be used to further supplement and support this information.

As the development community is facing mandates for pollutant removal levels of ever-decreasing particle size, the generation of this data allows KriStar to create project specific solutions that are viable and cost effective. By combining its product technical expertise with the practical field experience gained through its stormwater BMP maintenance operation, Drainage Protection Systems, the developer can be assured of a system that will not only deliver the initial performance needs but one that can be sustained over the life of a project.

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Brochure: FloGard® Perk Filter