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Supavac Canada Inc.

Phone (866) 735-9005
Email [email protected]
Website supavaccanada.com
Bob Spicer
SV60 transferring muck and rock at a construction site.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Guzzla SV60 solids transfer pump unearths overwhelmed submersible dewatering pump, restoring full holding capacity to critical drainage sump at major Canadian underground mine.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Use the Guzzla Pickup Nozzle to transfer viscous and abrasive sludge.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
SV60 transferring muck and rock at a construction site.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Cleanout abrasive slurry, rock and trash from upset sumps and snakepits and transfer horizontally a thousand feet or more. Reclaim valuable spilled product and return to production.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Use the Guzzla Pickup Nozzle to transfer viscous and abrasive sludge.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Transfer drilling mud waste and cuttings for disposal or reprocessing.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Transfer drilling mud waste and cuttings for disposal or reprocessing.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
SV300 with one operator transfers 30 m3/h of muck and 3 inch rock through a 4 inch hose at this underground mine.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
SV300 with one operator transfers 30 m3/h of muck and 3 inch rock through a 4 inch hose at this underground mine.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
SV60 and one operator can cleanup large conveyor spills.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Cleanout abrasive slurry, rock and trash from upset sumps and snakepits and transfer horizontally a thousand feet or more. Reclaim valuable spilled product and return to production.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
SV60 transferring mud from skip to tank with zero discharge environmental control.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
SV60 and one operator can cleanup large conveyor spills.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
SV60V and SV110V pumps can function as a high lift vacuum and transfer dry sand and other flowable bulk solids.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
SV60 transferring mud from skip to tank with zero discharge environmental control.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Thick and aggressive sludge can now be effectively transferred.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
SV60V and SV110V pumps can function as a high lift vacuum and transfer dry sand and other flowable bulk solids.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Guzzla SV60 solids transfer pump unearths overwhelmed submersible dewatering pump, restoring full holding capacity to critical drainage sump at major Canadian underground mine.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Thick and aggressive sludge can now be effectively transferred.
Supavac® pumps reliably transfer most flowable sludge, hard solids, trash, slurries and dry bulk materials, where the use of submersible, centrifugal and diaphragm pumps results in excessive maintenance and downtime or is not a viable option.

Supavac manufactures an extensive range of air powered solid pumps which due to the high levels of vacuum and airflows generated, can alternate between lean and dense phase conveying as either the material, or operation demand.

The patented vacuum recovery and pressure discharge technology is the key to the effective operation of these pumps.

These fully automatic pumps, with capacities from 10 to 60 m3/h and higher, can achieve fluid suction lifts up to 25 feet dry static and through 200 feet horizontal lines, air flow vacuum pneumatic recovery up to 75 feet vertical and effective product discharge of up to 2,900 feet horizontal.

Units are compact and fully enclosed for zero discharge environmental compliance. Canadian models are manufactured to comply with mandatory ASME “U” stamp and CRN pressure vessel regulations. Supavac pump systems are in active service from Australia to South Africa and from Chile to the North Sea and are now available for rental or purchase in North America.

With no rotating parts or electricity and with no moving parts in contact with the flow, extremely high reliability has been the experience.

Installations include: upset sumps; snakepits; transfers; underwater cleaning; oil and gas exploration; directional drilling; digesters; conveyor spillage; lagoons and ponds; bypass pumping; tunneling; pneumatic excavation and conveyance; intrinsically safe operation for underground and x-p areas.

Applications include: drilling mud waste and cuttings; abrasive and corrosive slurries; rock, sand and ballast; mine tailings and muck; hydrocarbon and viscous sludge; noxious and hazardous waste; raw effluent; and all types of wet and dry spills.

For specifications and video clips of Supavac pumps in action, please click on website at www.SupavacCanada.com

For rental locations and purchase information, please contact us at (866) 735-9005 or by e-mail at [email protected]

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