Medium flow system: 5 gpm. to 125 gpm.
High flow system: 125 gpm. to 800+ gpm.
GPM stands for Gallons per minute, which relates to the flowrate of a spill.
Size and layout designed specifically to the application and client requirements
Both flooring systems allow spilled liquids to be safely removed to an external containment tank through an integrated flushing and suction system. Automatic activation occurs when sensors inside the floor detect liquid.
If spilled flammable liquids are ignited (3-dimensional fire), the floor’s internal flushing system minimizes the overall size of the fire to allow the source to be quickly extinguished by safety personnel. Spill & Fire Test Video
The Medium flow floor’s suction system runs on air operated diaphragm pumps (AOD)
The High flow floor’s suction system runs on electrically driven centrifugal pumps
A typical flooring section is 150-400 square feet. Multiple flooring sections can be mated together to form a larger floor area.
The above video shows a flush manifold disconnected from the floor section. Each drain channel receives a stream to flush out any residual liquids.