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Vacuum tank

In the wastewater system, vacuum pumps create a pressure differential, guiding wastewater into a vacuum tank at the station. This tank temporarily holds the wastewater until a predetermined level triggers pressure pumps to transport it to the treatment plant, ensuring efficient and controlled wastewater transfer.

Key features vacuum tank

  • Execution in volumes from 5 – 25 cubic meters.
  • 2 pcs Float level switches for Start/Stop discharge pump.
  • 2 pcs Float level switches for High/Low level sewage alarm in the vacuum tank.
  • Radar for sewage level measurement and alarm.
  • Flange connections for incoming mainline(s), discharge pump(s), vacuum pump manifold, float level switches, radar and sump unit.
Features vacuum tank

What does a vacuum tank do?

The vacuum created in the system’s pipeline by  vacuum pumps induces a pressure differential, causing the wastewater transfer to the vacuum tank. The vacuum tank is located in the vacuum station. The vacuum tank temporarily stores the incoming wastewater before it goes to a nearby discharge point or sewage treatment plant. Once a predetermined level is reached in the vacuum tank (switch or radar), the discharge pumps transport the sewage from the vacuum tank to a nearby discharge point or sewage treatment plant.


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