In 1987, our company produced our first unit of vacuum tanker in Singapore. It was also the first time that a Singapore company had done it. Today, we are the largest producer of vacuum tankers here, and our vacuum tankers are produced not just for Singapore, but also exported to regional countries as well.
The picture on the right shows the first unit of vacuum tanker built by us. It was a 350-gallon tanker with an air flow of 3,000 lpm and a vacuum efficiency of 90 %. Over the years that followed, we made many improvements to our design and now our vacuum tankers are performing much better than the pioneer batch built by us.
Our vacuum tankers are built in accordance to the ASME code section VIII. In addition, we also build vacuum tankers which meet the stringent Lloyd's and ADR standard. This is a requirement to transport hazardous waste. The picture on the left shows a vacuum tanker built to carry phenol, which is hazardous in nature.
Our vacuum tankers range in size from 350-gallon to 3000-gallon with air flow ranging from 3,250 lpm to 133,000 lpm. Besides vacuum tankers, we also manufacture combination units with vacuuming and water jetting capabilities as well as waste water recycling to reduce wastages in water consumption. On your right is a combination unit with a 10,000-litre tank divided into two compartments, one for clean water and the other for debris. The vacuum pump has an air flow of 83,000 lpm and the water pump has a flow of 263 lpm at a pressure of 300 bar. Recycling rate is 300 lpm. This unit is also incorporated with an internal tank cleaning device, wash-down gun and other standard accessories needed for the maintenance and repair of sewer lines.
Note: All prices quoted are ex-Singapore and inclusive of the following:
Truck chassis prices are available upon request. Any
taxes levied are not included.