What is Industrial Vacuumation?
Conveying materials by use of industrial vacuum pumps along pipes to a desired destination. The material can be wet or dry, and can be recovered for reuse or put in receptacles for disposal.
What sort of materials can be handled?
Dusts, Slurries, Liquids, Powders, Granules, Brick Waste, Ash, Chemicals
Difficult to access areas such as Crane tracks, Dust extraction plant, Cellars, scale pits. Hazardous chemical handling such as catalyst removal. Emptying and cleaning containers such as ships holds, railway wagons, silos. Moving material, spillages in food factories, plastics works In fact anywhere where a vacuumpipe can be inserted.
Above the powerful T5000 Suck and Blow machine. It can handle Wet or Dry material.
Specialist uses and Combinations
The ability to remove hazardous materials from an area is a feature of the vacuumation technology.
Clients use our machines in activities such as catalyst changes, batch vessel cleaning, ships hold cleaning; to remove difficult to handle materials.
The operator suitably protected with specialist clothing and with Breathing apparatus if required, will enter the area and vacuum remove the substances. These will be kept in sealed skips, or in the case of catalyst screened on purpose built screening equipment, and the spent material separated for disposal, the good segregated for reuse.
Fine irritant dusts which build up on building eaves in processing areas, can be similarly handled, as can slurries or liquids in tar pits etc.
When used in conjunction with water jetting equipment, the vac machines provide an ideal removal method for the debris removed by the jetting or shot blasting process.