Complete drainage systems for Gas and Fueling Stations
Trench drain systems help reduce stormwater runoff and pollution from gas stations.
Located around filling pads and entrance ramps, trench drains direct runoff contaminated with fuel, motor oil and anti-freeze to on-site filtration systems that separate out pollutants.
Fueling stations vary in size but are consistent in traffic type. Sedans, trucks, commercial vans and even diesel trucks are typical.
For best results, use a drain appropriate for the gas station’s runoff output. Install the trench drain with 6" of concrete on all sides for best longevity.
Recommendations for Gas Station Drainage
Polycast 700 Series by Hubbell (6”)
3000 Series by Trench Drain Systems (8”)
A high volume transportation trench drain, the 3000 Series offers multiple slope grades and a chemically resistant fiberglass channel body. With a ductile iron grate, the 3000 Series can meet AASHTO M306, H-20 and HS-25 requirements.
Perma-Trench Z882-HD by Zurn (12”)
A heavy-duty frame and iron grate reinforce this pre-sloped HDPE system. With integral rebar clips and a lightweight structure, this system assembles fast for easy installation. Z882 can meet or exceed H-20 load requirements.
Trench Former - TFX by ABT (12” - 24”)
A high volume trench former system, ABT’s Trench Former® is available in 12", 15", 18", 21" and 24" widths and a variety of grades. Complete with load-bearing corner pieces, Trench Former® can perform complex layouts while meeting AASHTO H-20 requirements.