Flushing Tipping Buckets

Flushing Tipping Buckets RW-S-KIP

Cleaning equipment for removing deposits in tanks and sewers with the help of surge flushing

operational area | usage

  • Stormwater tank
  • Combined wastewater tank
  • Sewer storage capacity
  • Wastewater treatment plants
  • Industrial facilities

product description

Within the scope of an automated cleaning program the RW-S-KIP flushing tipping buckets are filled with drinking water, raw water, surface water, treated or under certain circumstances untreated combined wastewater. When it is completely full the centre of gravity of the RW-S-KIP moves and is emptied without external energy, or optionally controlled emptying can be implemented. The kinetically charged quantity of flushing water is passed over the base of the structure in a defined way. The strong flushing surge with pressure waves and wake transports deposits from the bottom to the structural flushing sump. This process should be completed after around 30 minutes. Automatic follow-up flushing can be set. Closed-loop controls are recommended for possible intermediate or short-term subsequent events.

constructional features

RW-S-KIP flushing tipping buckets are material-optimised stainless steel containers, designed on the basis of FEM models, low self-weight, optimum torque, variable bearing type with permanent lubrication, no mechanical noises, optimised RW-S-KIP volume from 350 l/m to 2,000 l/m with adapted overall lengths and coupled versions also possible. The RW-S-KIP product can be fitted with the wks flushing tipping bucket locking system.


  • High operational reliability
  • Very good cleaning results
  • Low flushing water requirement
  • In principle external energy-free
  • Tipping bucket coupling possible
  • Tipping bucket locking option
  • Individually adaptable size


Datasheet Flushing Tipping Buckets

contact person

Holger Wünsch
Product manager


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