Lane offers a number of water quality devices to supplement its storm water storage system offerings to provide the complete picture of storm water management. Devices used upstream of storage systems, alongside storm sewer runs, or downstream of storage systems are available to address all water quality requirements.


StormKleener™ Filter Cartridge System

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The Lane StormKleener Filter Cartridge System is a storm water treatment device consisting of one or multiple cylindrical media filled cartridges housed in a containment or carrier vessel. The containment vessel can be constructed from any appropriate material including: corrugated metal pipe, plastic pipe, or a reinforced concrete vault. The Lane StormKleener Filter Cartridge System is a passive flow-through filtration system that filters and cleans storm water to provide an exceptional pollutant removal during storm events, while providing a naturally occurring backwash to enhance and extend the life of the cartridge.

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StormKeeper™ Sediment Strip

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The StormKeeper™ Sediment Strip is an NJCAT verified water quality treatment device that can easily be incorporated into any system layout by providing three additional features to a designated row of chambers:

Flow Diversion -The initial storm water flows from a rain event (i.e. the first flush) are routed directly to the Sediment Strip via a small manhole or drain basin with an integrated diversion weir, allowing storm water to first fill the designated row before overtopping the weir and spilling over into the remaining rows.

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StormShaper - Control the Perfect Storm

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One of the most challenging aspects of any site development design is the control of post-development stormwater flows. The Lane StormShaper is designed to release stormwater from a system at an optimal rate (the rate allowed by local regulations), including multiple storm requirements. The ideal outlet hydrograph will often be a series of jumps in the outlet rate, with each jump corresponding to the transition between one design storm and the next. This means that, as opposed to conventional systems, the storm water will be released at a higher rate early in the storm event.

The StormShaper system will allow the designer to ‘shape’ the actual outlet hydrograph to conform to the ideal outlet strategy. The result is that the detention system can be reduced in size by an average of 30 to 40 percent when compared to conventional outlet designs

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Counter Flow Technology (CFT)

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Counter Flow Technology (CFT) water quality unit, is a cost-effective and eco-friendly structural BMP designed to meet the permit requirements of the NPDES Phase II program by treating the “first flush” of a given storm event. Lane’s CFT provides a mechanism to intercept stormwater flow, remove pollutants, and re-introduce treated flow in a manner suitable for today’s stormwater regulators. Lane’s CFT is manufactured from high-quality corrugated HDPE pipe and has no mechanical, moving or replacement parts, is less costly, more reliable and offers better efficiency than comparable products. 

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Corrugated Metal Pipe Sand Filter

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Lane’s Corrugated Metal Pipe Sand Filter (CMPSF) provides a mechanism to intercept storm water flow, remove pollutants, and discharge treated flow in a manner suitable for today’s storm water regulators. Ever-changing storm water regulations continue to emphasize the importance of Best Management Practices to address water quality issues and associated mandates set forth by the EPA. Simply put, the Corrugated Metal Pipe Sand Filter is a tried-and-true means of providing treatment that not only meets the EPA’s standard for treating the “first flush,” but serves as the performance benchmark for other types of water quality devices.

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