Rotary Jet Cleaner RSR
Compact 360° rotary jet cleaner, 2-armed with adjustable jet nozzles
Specially designed for automatic cleaning and flow generation in round and polygonal stormwater basins
(DN 200) *
Stainless steel A2-1.4301
360° – rotating
or offset mounted
Up to 300 cbm/h
4,9 – 22 kW
Applications and benefits
Automatic cleaning and flow generation in stormwater basins to ensure the long-term operation of the plant.
The generated flow effectively prevents the settling of non-floating solids
Consistent dirt discharge over the entire emptying phase
- Effective cleaning of the basin floor, the basin walls and any pillars
Minimization of odor and putrefaction in impounded wastewater through oxygen input
Also ideally suited as a retrofit for already existing basins
The rotary jet cleaner works according to the recoil principle. The 2-armed cleaner rotates 360° around its own axis and can be easily mounted on the bottom of the basin or by a bracket above the channel. The movement is realized by the flanged, insulated stainless steel swivel joint. The cleaning medium is waste water, which is taken from the middle sump by a pump. By means of the specially developed, adjustable blasting nozzles in combination with the rotating movement of the jet, exceptional cleaning performance is achieved. The rotation speed can be flexibly changed by adjusting the nozzles Especially in rainwater basins with round, square or polygonal shape, the rotary jet cleaners develop their full efficiency.
During the accumulation phase of the basin the rotary jet cleaners are in the standby mode.
During the emptying phase of the basin, the cleaners are temporarily switched on and mix the contents of the basin. When the basin bottom is exposed, the cleaners work in continuous operation. The tank bottom is flushed free as long as sufficient water is available in the extraction sump. Suspended solids are removed from the basin.
The following table lists arrangement options and examples of use for swivel jet cleaners proven in practice. The required pump capacities depend on the size of the basin.