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9/3/2015

High Lift Reversible Drum Vac Powered by Compressed Air

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Exair’s High Lift Reversible Drum Vac is engineered to recover liquids found within below grade sumps, wells, underground tanks, pits and drains with up to 15 feet of lift.

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Exair’s High Lift Reversible Drum Vac is engineered to recover liquids found within below grade sumps, wells, underground tanks, pits and drains with up to 15 feet of lift. The High Lift Reversible Drum Vac has no moving parts, assuring maintenance-free operation. This powerful vacuum can fill a 55-gallon drum in just 85 seconds from 15 feet and, with the turn of a knob, the same stainless steel pump can quickly empty the drum. Since the vacuum is powered by compressed air, it has no electric motor to wear out and has no impellers to clog. The drum vac is designed for continuous and heavy duty applications as well as lighter duty applications.

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