Elevator Sump System
•The EleVader® is a product that automatically removes oily water from
Building codes require the automatic
removal of all liquids from elevator
shafts. Elevators are susceptible to
failure during an emergency due to the
water-filled shafts. Oily water must be
pretreated before being discharged to
the public sewer.
The EleVader® is a complete solution to
pump, pretreat, and automatically
monitor liquid levels in the elevator shaft.
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- ASME A17.1 elevator- and building-code compliant
- Patented Design
- Submersible sump pump
- Oil/water separator
- Easy installation and maintenance
- Easy Operation
As water and oil accumulate in the elevator sump pit (A), a float sensor (B) will activate the sump pump (C). The pump moves the oily water to the adjacent oil/water separator (D). The separator uses patented technology to effectively remove oil from the wastestream and safely retain oil for future removal. The pretreated oil-free wastewater drains into a floor drain (E) that discharges into the sanitary sewer (F).
The EleVader® control panel (G) monitors the sump pump activity and allows for manual or automatic pump operation. The fluid levels are monitored for the elevator pit and the separator. The EleVader® provides a safe, seamless, and code-approved solution for managing water in all elevator pits (H).
Each elevator shaft (I) is required to have a pump capable of pumping 50 gpm per elevator cab (J). EleVader® configurations are available to serve multiple shafts and cabs.
- Medical Facilities
- Good to use in BMPs
- Multi Story Family Home
The ParkUSA® EleVader® oil/water interceptor is available with the following components:
- Elevator sump pump: Submersible sump located in the sump area of the
elevator. Each hoistway is required to have a pump capable of removing all
fluids at 50 gpm per elevator car.
- Oil/water separator is located freestanding on the floor near the shaft, or
can be located outdoors buried below grade.
- Sump alarm panel (intrinsic safe): Indicates “high sump level” or “high
oil level” of the separator in the event of a high accumulation of oil. The
panel has a “separator high level” light and horn, a “silence” button,
and an auxiliary contact for a building automation system (BAS).
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