Suction emptying piers

The Rti-Septi ™ suction unloading piers we manufacture are aimed at municipalities, port authorities and those responsible for boating waste management, who are responsible for receiving toilet wastewater and bilge water.

There are 6-10 m3 storage tanks under the Rti-Septi ™ suction unloading pier , where toilet waste water can be stored. The dock is equipped with at least two manual suction drainage pumps, so two vessels can empty their septic tanks at the same time. In the event of a pump failure (the most common malfunction that prevents competitors from using similar products), the second pump will operate normally. The pier can also be equipped with an electric suction pump if there is electricity at the site.

We also manufacture Rti-Septi ™ toilet platforms that serve a wider range of users and are equipped with a public toilet located on the deck of the pier in addition to suction emptying. This model, which is suitable for the archipelago landscape, has been developed at the request of the Swedish coastal municipalities. The first Rti-Septi ™ toilet piers were delivered to the municipality of Norrtälje in 2012

As a recreational version, the pier can also be delivered without suction pumps, so that it does not differ in appearance from a normal boat dock, even if it holds a closed tank with a capacity of 6 or 10 m3. So in the same package you get a good looking boat or living pier and an odorlessly functioning sewage tank for your villa. As an added benefit, you can easily float the dock with a motorboat within reach of a suction car, within the normal emptying rate .

The Rti-Septi ™ suction unloading platform is equipped as standard with remote-readable surface measurement equipment that sends a filling warning via SMS and / or e-mail to the desired addresses.

The standard equipment also includes an efficient odor filter with replaceable filling in the breather pipe and an automatic float equalization system, which ensures that the wastewater in the depleted tank does not tilt the berth and does not move in the waves adversely.

The dock also does not tilt due to the weight of the drains.

Fuel distribution points

The fuel distribution points we manufacture are aimed at municipalities, port authorities and boating merchants and service stations. By acquiring a fuel distribution point manufactured by the Route Team, you get…

  1. A complete fuel distribution point in accordance with current regulations and approved by the local rescue authority.
  2. Ensuring that the equipment and the distribution platform work as intended
  3. The ability to offer the user refueling directly to the boat’s tank, which significantly reduces the risk of fuel entering the water compared to refueling with loose jugs
  4. Preserved ashore free of above-ground fuel tanks
  5. The possibility of selling or relocating a floating distribution point to a completely new location if circumstances or other reasons so warrant.

The acquisition proceeds as follows:

  1. The needs of the users and the conditions of the location are determined together with the subscriber
  2. Examine whether sites implemented with similar criteria can be found and whether the experience gained from them can be used
  3. Make a layout plan for the tanks, transmission lines and distribution equipment
  4. Assure the subscriber that all necessary functions have been taken into account
  5. Make permit photos and applications for official permits
  6. Make a cost estimate and bid on the final cost of the project
  7. A timetable and contract for the completion of the project will be drawn up
  8. Make structural and detail drawings for fabrication

Installing a fuel delivery point is a simple process. The structures to be built on land and the meters to be installed on the quay will be installed on site. After the necessary official inspections, the distributor will be instructed in the use. Finally, you will receive the necessary documents.