Throughout the world, the ACO brand is recognised as a leading supplier in the design, development and manufacture of surface water drainage systems.
An extensive portfolio offers the market quality solutions for every application, including internal and building drainage, landscaping, sport facilities, retail, distribution centres, highways and airports as well as solutions for environmentally sensitive projects.
The ACO Group has been manufacturing and selling market leading drainage systems for over 70 years. During this time the group has made extensive investment in global research and development and manufactures products world-wide at 30 modern environmentally-sensitive production sites.
The ACO group has offices in Europe, USA, Australia, the Middle and Far East - in total over 40 countries on four continents and employs more than 4800 people worldwide.
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ACO LIPUSMARTGREASE SEPARATION AND LIFTING IN ONE SOLUTION
The ACO LipuMobil-P grease separator NS 0.8 has a total capacity of 48-litres and is certified to EN1825 for free-standing applications in frost-free areas. The separator can be provided with base mounted wheels to enable easy transportation to a designated disposal area and, if required, a removal 10-litre grease separator tank which prevents unpleasant odours escaping when the tank is emptied.
ACO LipuJet separators are designed for applications where a free-standing grease separator unit is required. Available in a wide range of sizes and specifications, LipuJet grease separators are easy to transport and assemble. LipuJet products come with integrated sludge traps and are manufactured in either stainless steel or polypropylene to suit different customer requirements.
The ACO LipuMax range of below ground grease separators are designed to efficiently separate fats, oils and grease from waste water. Using advanced design, materials and manufacturing techniques, roto-moulding technology gives the below-ground tanks the structural integrity to withstand the rigours of site handling and installation as well as hydrostatic forces generated by changing ground water levels.
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How do you carry out a pipeline inspection?
We use CCTV technology for the majority of our pipeline inspections. The CCTV cameras are operated remotely and proved us with unbridled access to the pipeline so we can thoroughly inspect the condition of the pipes and assess what repair works are necessary.
When is hydrostatic testing required?
Integrity testing or hydrostatic testing is used to test for faults in a pipeline or drainage system. It can also be used after repair works have taken place in order to test if the pipes have been repaired efficiently and will work at maximum capacity once the system is turned back on.