When you invest in an industrial water vacuum from Hydro Tek, you will have total control of where you are waste water goes after you use your pressure washing equipment. This is more important at certain times than others. For example, if you are working with oil or cleaning up chemicals that have the potential to harm the environment, this equipment can easily vacuum up the waste water and pump it out. It can pumped to your landscape, sewer, bulk tank, or wherever you need it.
In fact, it can vacuum up the water and pump it at the same time – which means you can also say goodbye to delays in your process of cleaning up. There are numerous available options. The best way to learn about all of them and to choose the right one for you is to contact Hydro Tek at 800-274-9376 . You can also keep reading to discover facts about two of the options on the market.
Our Self-Contained, Gas-Powered Vacuum Recovery System
One of the newer options we have available is the RGV Gas Vac. This is an entirely self-contained unit that is powered by a gas engine and includes a pump out. You can use it with either one or two separate pickup devices. Generally speaking, we recommend this for contractors of facilities who need to collect all of their waste water, and we recommend it to restoration contractors who deal with waste water that needs to be picked up after fires or floods.
The separation tanks that come with this unit are unique in a number of ways, including the fact that they are made from polyethylene and they way a lot less than the typical 50-gallon steel drums you would see. You have easy access to the interior of them so that they can be cleaned and maintained, thanks to the quick lift-off lid. There’s also a 1.5 inch valve that makes it easy to get rid of sludge or solids that may settle at the bottom. You also don’t have to deal with heavy tipping, thanks to the automatic transfer system that pumps the water out.
Our Electric Powered Water Evacuation System with Pump Out
Another popular example is our electric powered water evacuation system with pump out. This RPV Hydro Vacuum is another water evacuation system that captures water and then transfers it out. This one can also transfer water out during the process of vacuuming which, once again, skips the inefficiency of needing to dump the tank.
This option is great for flood and fire restoration contractors for a number of reasons, including the fact that it can remove a huge volume of water. It’s also a great option for any situation in which water runoff at a job site needs to be removed, or if a pressure washer contractor needs to collect waste water.