What is stormwater?
Stormwater is water from rain, snow, sleet and hail that flows across the earth and pavement. This stormwater either seeps into the ground or runs into stormdrains that are usually located at street corners or low points on the sides of streets.
What causes stormwater runoff?
Stormwater runoff occurs when stormwater runs across impervious surfaces like driveways, sidewalks and streets and is prevented from naturally soaking into the ground.
What problems can occur from excess runoff?
Past solutions for controlling stormwater runoff
The disadvantages of these methods are that they are heavy and difficult to install, require expensive heavy equipment to install, are labor intensive, expensive to ship, and cause the loss of valuable land.
Cultec Stormwater chambers offer a better solution. These polyethylene, corrugated chambers are dome shaped, fully open on the bottom and have perforated side walls. Cultec chambers store stormwater within the dome until it can infiltrate into the ground.
|Cultec Stormwater Retention Chambers|
|Chamber Type||Size (L x W x H)||Installed Length||Length Adjustment||Max Inlet in Endwall||Max Inlet in
|Compatibile Feed Connector|
|Recharger 280HD||8' x 47" x 26.5"||7'||1'||18"||10"||HVLV FC-24 Feed Connector|
|Recharger 330HD||7.5' x 52" X 30.5"||6.25'||1.25'||24"||10"||HVLV FC-24 Feed Connector|
|Recharger V8HD||8' x 60" x 32"||7.5'||-5.83"||24"||V8SHD or V8EHD 12"||HVLV F-110x4 Feed Connector|
For specific information on Cultec stormwater chambers, please contact us at (800) 549-5514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.