EXAIR’s High Lift Reversible Drum Vac

EXAIR's compressed air operated High Lift Reversible Drum Vac System attaches quickly to any closed head 30, 55 or 110 gallon drum. Its high powered vacuum is able to lift liquids up to 15 feet and fill a 55 gallon drum in less than 85 seconds then, with the simple turn of a knob, the same stainless steel pump quickly empties the drum.

EXAIR's compressed air operated High Lift Reversible Drum Vac System attaches quickly to any closed head 30, 55 or 110 gallon drum. Its high powered vacuum is able to lift liquids up to 15 feet and fill a 55 gallon drum in less than 85 seconds then, with the simple turn of a knob, the same stainless steel pump quickly empties the drum. The High Lift Reversible Drum Vac has the extra power you need to move thick liquids up to 1400 cP from below grade work areas, sumps or tanks through 20' of hose.

Applications:
• Below grade coolant sumps
• Deep Wells
• Underground Storage Tanks
• Deep Hole broaching
Advantages:
• Safe - no electricity
• Built in pressure/vacuum relief
• Fits standard closed head drums

EXAIR also offers other industrial vacuums including the Chip Vac, Reversible Drum Vac, Heavy Duty Dry Vac, Chip Trapper, High Lift Chip Trapper and Heavy Duty HEPA Vac. All of EXAIR's vacs are CE Compliant, do not use electricity and have no moving parts, assuring maintenance free operation.
To see more information click here: www.exair.com/184/prhldv.htm

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