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Vacuum station

A crucial component in wastewater management, a vacuum station facilitates the movement of sewage from the collection chamber to treatment facilities. Equipped with vacuum pumps, it creates negative pressure, pushing wastewater through a vacuum pipe network to the station. At the station, air and water are separated in the vacuum tank. The discharge pumps transport the sewage from the vacuum tank into the main sewer line that leads to the treatment facility. A control panel controls the vacuum station components and the odor filter, filters the odor coming from the vacuum pumps. The vacuum station is designed to ensures efficient operation.

Key features of a vacuum station

  • Vacuum pumps
  • Vacuum tank
  • Gate valves / Ball check valves
  • Discharge pumps
  • Control panel
  • Odor filter
  • Custom engineered vacuum station
Qua-vac Vacuum Sewer System - Block Diagram

What does a vacuum station do?

A vacuum station plays a vital role in the collection and transportation of wastewater from individual buildings to the treatment facility. After the waste water is collected in the collection chamber, it ends up in the vacuum station via the vacuum pipe network. The vacuum station contains vacuum pumps that create vacuum within the system. As the vacuum is generated , wastewater is pushed  into the vacuum pipes, moving towards the vacuum station. At the vacuum station, air and water are separated. The vacuum pumps remove air from the wastewater, leaving only water. The wastewater, is then discharged into the main sewer line or transport pipe that leads to the treatment facility. The vacuum station includes a control panel and a odor filter.


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