EXAIR High Lift Reversible Drum Vac is Nominated for Product of the Year by Plant Engineering

EXAIR’s High Lift Reversible Drum Vac was nominated for 2015 Product of the Year by Plant Engineering.  (Please Vote for us HERE).  EXAIR created the High Lift Reversible Drum Vac (HLRDV) to widen the applications for vacuuming liquids.  This includes heavier tramp oils, thicker sludge, more viscous fluids, and “in the floor” cisterns.  The High Lift Reversible Drum Vac has much more power than its cousin, the Reversible Drum Vac.  It can vacuum liquids with viscosities as high as 1000 cps., and it can draw liquid up to 15 feet (4.5 meters).  It comes standard with a 20 foot (6 meters) flexible vacuum hose to utilize the maximum vacuum level of 180” H20 (336 mm Hg).  The vacuum does not have any moving parts, so they are maintenance-free, quiet, and long lasting.  With no electrical motors, the operator does not have to worry about electrical shock or motor failure and maintenance.  The High Lift Reversible Drum Vac is a nice addition to help complete the liquid vacuum product line for EXAIR.

High Lift Reversible Drum Vac Family

High Lift Reversible Drum Vac Family

If you have a tough job in front of you to remove or transfer liquids, you can be sure that the High Lift Reversible Drum Vac will make it much easier.  It can be adapted simply to a standard open or closed-head drum.  With the addition of accessories, you can reach into tight areas to vacuum all the “hard-to-get” places.  For accidental spills on the floor, we offer a model 6901 Spill Recovery Kit to quickly attach to the hose to vacuum up hazardous spills.  Whether the job is small or large, we also offer different size drums; 30, 55, and 110 gallons (113, 208, and 416 liter respectively).  If you want to pump faster, pump higher, or pump thicker liquids, then you need to check out the High Lift Reversible Drum Vac system.  If you have any questions about the High Lift Reversible Drum Vac system for your application, please contact our Application Engineers at EXAIR for assistance.

 

John Ball
Application Engineer
Email: johnball@exair.com
Twitter: @EXAIR_jb

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