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Exair Drum Vac has a thirst for liquids

06-12-2011
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Exair's Reversible Drum Vac is a powerful liquid vacuum and the ideal way to vacuum coolant, hydraulic oils, spills, sludge, tramp oil and waste water.

With the turn of a knob, the same stainless steel pump quickly empties the drum. 

Coolant sumps can be easily refilled, floor spills vacuumed, or contaminated liquids transferred to filtration tanks in minutes.

Electrically operated “all purpose” vacuums aren’t designed for use in industrial environments and, as a result, motors wear out quickly and impellors clog. 

The compressed air powered Reversible Drum Vac does not use electricity and has no moving parts, assuring maintenance free operation. 

Plus, the Reversible Drum Vac is covered by a 5-year Built to Last Warranty.

The Model 6396-205 Litre Premium Reversible Drum Vac System includes the two-way pump assembly, shutoff valve, 3m flexible vacuum hose, drum dolly, ABS Spill Recovery Kit, aluminum wand, 11" and 24" aluminum crevice tools, skimmer tool, magnetic tool holder and 6.1m compressed air hose.

Compressed Air Australia Pty Ltd
Ph: 1300 787 688
http://caa.exair.com

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