diversion chamber

diversion chamber

[də′vər·zhən ‚chām·bər]
(engineering)
A chamber designed to direct a stream into a channel or channels.
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A removable cofferdam was placed in the diversion chamber to raise the flow level so that three 75-horsepower submersible bypass pumps could operate.
Raw stormwater enters the diversion chamber where a weir guides the flow into the unit's separation chamber.
Raw stormwater enters a diversion chamber where a weir guides the flow into the unit's separation chamber.
(EP) recently completed the cured-in-place lining portion of the $770,000 Wastewater Treatment Plant Influent Line and Diversion Chamber Rehabilitation project for the City of Middletown, OH.
(White Plains, New York) engineered an innovative trenchless rehabilitation of a deteriorated influent line and concrete diversion chamber, a structure used to direct raw sewage flow from two interceptors to the treatment plant.
(Dublin, Ohio) recently completed the cured-in-place lining portion of the $770,000 Wastewater Treatment Plant Influent Line and Diversion Chamber Rehabilitation project for the city of Middletown, Ohio.