High powered cleaning

The cleaning of stormwater attenuation tanks requires a high powered jet.  The only cleaning-in-place tank cleaning system suitable for such an application is the StormBlaster™ rotary jet cleaner. This machine has undergone special modifications from the standard rotary jet designs to fit better with the needs of our water utilities customers.

How it works

The StormBlaster™  works by spraying 2,4 or 8 high powered solid stream jets which will then rotate in two dimensions, gradually building up a complete cleaning pattern.  Each jet will deliver impingement cleaning to the surface being cleaned. The principle behind impingement cleaning is to use the kinetic energy of a focused water jet to create an impact force that will rip residue away from the target surface  As the water jet hits the target it radiates outward creating a 360 degree sheering force perpendicular to the surface. This, in effect, mimics a manual scrubbing or scraping action. 

The StormBlaster™ in action

Engineering considerations

Storm tank cleaning systems


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