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Greens Environmental launches new high vac tank trailer

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Greens Environmental, an established UK liquid waste and industrial services tanker specialist, has launched a new high vacuum air conveyancing plant.

The iVac is believed to be the only British-made deep vacuum and pressure discharge unit on the market. It is designed specifically to uplift heavy wet and dry industrial materials, including aggregate and powder products, and is particularly suitable for product recovery.

The iVac has a 16.5 m3 capacity tank to maximise payload, and can operate with airflow up to 8000cfm with a vacuum level down in excess of 90%. It also features an automatic filter media cleansing unit to maximise operating time.

For the first time, Greens Environmental has made its range of vehicles and equipment available to hire for short, medium and long-term projects, a move made in response to customer demand.

The idea - the first of its kind built in the UK - was conceived as a solution to meet the needs of clients requesting the hire of a vacuum unit capable of loading both dry and wet bulk products that cannot be recovered with standard vacuum units.

The tanker was designed and will be manufactured in-house, so that the iVAC team can retain full technical control.

The iVac 8000 is the first in a series of products that will be launched over the coming months.

Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

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