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Military Airfields

Military airfields have to assure a 24 readiness for operation. The air surveillance must be guaranteed at any weather conditions. Part of that is a perfectly working dewatering of aprons, which has to be assured under any circumstances, so that jets can operate at any time.

INOWA separating plants for dewatering aprons stand out because of their absolute reliability even in this application area.

Military Airfields-

Special Requirements

An absolute operating readiness without interruptions, even during an inspection, revision or disposal, as well as minimal operating costs is the most crucial criteria for the decision on a modern separating system, if it is about dewatering large areas.

The airfield staff has to be able to concentrate on their core tasks. Unexpected interruptions are to avoid.
As a special task assignment about solving the problem in case of backwater and a rise of the water level in the separating plant, it is about keeping those light liquids which is already separated inside the oil container, and still guarantee a full operating readiness. Because of thos special technical qualities of the INOWA separating concept it is possible to install a self activating locking system on the integrated oil container in order to achieve this requirement.

INOWA Solution

INOWA has got large separators in its range for dewatering aprons of military airfields as well as those of public airports. These separators can be provided in form of site-concrete basins or through a parallel set up of several basins.
  • absolutely filterless, without coalescence materials, i.e. maitenance-free coalescence - design
  • non-interrupting readiness for operation
  • automatic oil withdrawal into a separate oil container safe from flooding, i.e. disposal at full operating readiness
  • modular structure of single approved separating components


As separating plants for dewatering aprons INOWA has got two possibilities in its range: Separating modules in site-concrete basins, or a parallel set up of System H C2 basins.