Instant Separation of Liquids and Solids, even in the Weeds!

BearsPaw Separators are suction nozzles for high volume pumps that instantly separate solids from liquids, allowing for the flow of clean water to pumps.

Whether it be for Firefighting, Mining, Gas, Oil, or Construction industries, the new BearsPaw Separators Technology outperforms conventional pump strainers and extends the lives of pumps, hoses and fittings exponentially.

Many industries accept the high costs associated with the rapid deterioration of pumps, hoses, and fittings due to inefficient and/or ineffective filtration. From an environmental perspective, we know there is a better way than the status quo “it is simply a cost of doing business” or “we have always done it this way”… So, why not simply save the money instead by using this instant Separator technology available in our Ceptor suction nozzles?

Simply contact us and provide a synopsis of your circumstances and extraction needs including volume requirements, current equipment in use and description of the physical natural environment (a few photos are always very helpful).

The various models of the BearsPaw Separators Ceptor Series are easy to use and amazingly effective in the separation of sediment (sand, grit, or gravel) while drafting water from natural or created lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams. For example, drafting water in a depth of only 6 inches while resting on a sand and gravel base is no problem for the Ceptor as it removes the water without the sand, grit, or gravel coming along for the ride.

This new technology was initially created for both water collection and disposal in conventional oil field and mining operations that involved solids mixed with liquids. The Ceptor’s efficient and high-volume instant separation capabilities, coupled with significantly reduced wear on equipment (pumps, hoses, and fittings), will result in cost savings associated with labour, downtime, equipment replacement, and repairs. The bottom line is that this new technology is both revolutionary and reduces costs when compared to traditional methods using strainers.