Spillvac is a simple and reliable equipment for vacuuming all types of wet and industrial spills. Driven with compressed air and working without moving parts it is very reliable and maintenance-free.
Spillvac is vacuuming liquids and particles directly into a standard drum which in turn becomes the carrier for transport to destruction, deposition or recycling. No absorbent materials are used, protecting the environment, saving time and reducing costs for destruction.
Evacs floor spills such as oil, coolants, washing water etc.
Evacs containers and drums absolutely dry. Empties tanks and drain pits.
Removes surface decontaminants from process baths.
For wet vacuuming (with float preventing overfills) or for dry vacuuming (with filter).
Driven with work's compressed air supply.
Simple and relaible equipment. No moving parts. Maintenance-free.
Several different sets are available, for fitting on standard drums or complete with stainless steel drum and trolley.
HOW DOES SPILLVAC WORK?
Spillvac is mounted onto a commercial standard bunghole drum or ringlock drum and connected to a compressed air supply. The air flow through the venturi unit is creating a vacuum inside the drum which is vacuuming solids and spills into the drum. When the drum is full, a liquid overflow shutoff valve is stopping the air flow. Now the Spillvac unit can be moved to an other, empty drum. The full drum can be emptied or disposed complete with the contents.
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES IN COMPARISON TO CONVENTIONAL DRY AND WET EVACS?
Commercial, electrically driven units are not built for harsh industrial applications and will fail very soon. Spillvac does not have moving parts and thus it is very reliable and nearly maintenance-free.
Since the vacuuming flow of Spillvac is considerably higher it can be used for big volumes of spills or for heavy particles.
Used standard drums are available in many production facilities. They can be used as a carrier for transport to destruction, deposition or recycling.
Spillvac is avaliable in an ATEX version for hazardous environment. It can be used at places where conventional electric pumps must not be used.