AQUALIS’ knowledgeable professionals are capable of removing sediment, sludge, and liquids with top-of-the-line industrial vacuum trucks for a range of projects large or small on locations across the nation.
Industrial vacuum trucks are designed to collect, contain, and move large scales of unwanted debris offsite. With years of experience in operating, identifying, and performing vactor services, AQUALIS’ specialists can utilize industrial vacuuming during maintenance and repairs that minimize risk to underground assets, soil, and property for stormwater and lift station assets. Our deep understanding of stormwater and lift station requirements gives us unmatched knowledge to ensure proper cleaning is performed without damaging systems.
Industrial vacuuming functions using air displacement. Air is removed from the truck’s holding tank to reduce pressure inside. This creates a strong suction as air is rushed into the tank to equalize pressure. This use of air displacement offers many advantages to traditional mechanical removal processes:
Underground and subsurface stormwater and lift station systems benefit from the use of vacuum services by lessoning time constraints and safety risks associated with debris removal. AQUALIS team of certified professionals can identify the need for these services in addition to preventative maintenance plans or during repair services to stormwater or lift station services. Vacuum services can be beneficial when liquids, solids, or sludge compromise a system’s function and offer an efficient solution to your comprehensive stormwater or lift station management plan.
Common uses for vaccumation services include:
Unsure if your systems require industrial vacuuming services? AQUALIS offers CCTV pipe inspections to identify problems and areas of concern within underground pipes.
Contact us to learn how our industrial vacuuming services can benefit your systems.
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