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August 10 2017 - Water Recycling Keeps Sewer Cleaners On the Job

The Triton combination sewer cleaner from Supervac has a water recycling system that employs a filter system to allow continuous work without downtime for water filling.

By Craig Mandli

In sewer cleaning, time is money. Companies using traditional combination sewer cleaners typically have to stop cleaning several times a day to fill up the freshwater reservoir to continue jetting. That not only interrupts the job, it means added fuel costs, in addition to the cost of the water.

There is another option, though. The Triton combination sewer cleaner from Supervac has a water recycling system that employs a filter system to allow continuous work without downtime for water filling. It filters water collected in the debris tank and transfers it to a water reservoir used by the Pratissoli water pump. According to Steeve Sheehy, Supervac’s National Canadian Sales Manager, units in the field are already providing dividends for users.

“We have a unit right now in the field that is binge used all week with the same water,” he says. “There’s no downtime because there no need to refill it with freshwater.”

The filtration system separates the liquid from the solids. The solids are returned to the reservoir and water is fed into the water tank and can be reused to supply the pressure pump of the scrubber. The self-cleaning filtration system removes up to 80 percent of the liquid from the debris, providing an additional savings in dumping costs.

“When you dump the debris, it is actually debris, not water,” says Sheehy. “With dumping costs at an all-time high in North America, that can lead to a huge savings as well.”

“We set our system up a little differently,” he says. “We equalize the weight distribution, regardless of if the hose reel is on the front or back.”

The versatile system was developed in collaboration with Supervac’s customers in an effort to reduce operating costs. Sheehy says that machinery that offers water recycling will continue to grow in popularity.

“We’re seeing more cities requesting it to create a smaller footprint,” he says. “The Triton system not only offers that smaller footprint, there is no compromise on performance.”

The unit comes with a 2,500-gallon debris tank with stainless steel liner and vibrator, 1,500-gallon water tank, hydraulic boom and dump, and a full-opening rear door. Vacuum is provided by a 3,800 cfm at 27 inches Hg Robuschi blower, while jetting power is provided by an 80 gpm, 2,500 psi Pratissoli water pump specifically designed for recycled water. The rear or front-mounted hydraulic hose reel holds 600 feet of 1-inch hose.

“Grease isn’t going to bog down this machine because it is self-cleaning,” says Mark Kearney Supervac’s US Sales Manager. “We designed it so that it can be used to clean grease traps. We only suggest that you give the filter a rinse once a week.”

When the savings in water, fuel and work time is combined, Kearney believes the system can pay for itself in short order.

“We calculate that using a Triton system in a municipal environment will save upwards of $100,000 per year,” he says. “When you work for a city and are trying to save every tax dollar you can, that’s huge.”



Steeve Sheehy

National Canadian Sales Manager
C 418-928-1646
ssheehy@supervac.co



Mark Kearney

US Sales Manager
C 774-454-3517
mkearney@supervac.co


AUTHORIZED US DISTRIBUTORS

For Ohio and Pennsylvania

Total Equipment Solutions
13181 State Route 45, Lisbon
Ohio 44432
(304)387-9400
totalequipmentsolutions1@yahoo.com

 

For Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut

Environmental Equipment Sales and Service
11 John Road, Sutton
Massachusetts, 01590
508-917-8889
dan.cowher@eess-llc.com

www.eess-llc.com

 

For Colorado, Wyoming and Montana 

Ameri-Tech Equipment Company
970 Oildale Street, Evansville
Wyoming, 82636
(307) 234-9921
http://307atec.com

 

For Florida 

Sunbelt Waste Equipment
2201 N.W. 22nd Street, Pompano Beachn
Florida 33069
561-274-8505
Drew Weil or Micky Chavez
drewweil@sunbeltwaste.com

 


Atlantic Canada

For New Brunswick, PEI, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador

Saunders equipment
57 pepin Rd, Fredericton
New Brunswick, E3B 8J9
1-506-459-5888
Harry Smith
hsmith@saunders.nb.ca

 

May 03 2017 - New distributor

Welcome to our new distributor
Ameri-Tech Equipment Company
We're looking forward to work with you!

307atec.com

(307) 234-9921 .

April 20 2017 - NEW DISTRIBUTOR

Welcome to our new distributor
Environmental Equipment Sales and Service
Looking forward working with you :)

508-917-8889

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March 17 2017 - NEW DISTRIBUTOR

Welcome to our new distributor
Total Equipment Solutions!
Looking foward of working :)

totalequipmentsolutions1@yahoo.com
(304)387-9400

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February 06 2017 - WELCOME TO MARK KEARNEY!

We are excited to announce the hiring of Mark Kearney, Mark will be in charge of the US market. Welcome on board! to reach Mark C 774-454-3517 mkearney@supervac.co 

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March 24 2016 - Finalist of the 2016 Pleiades

We are extremely pleased to share our pride to have been selected in the category "Le bon coup" for the 2016 Pleiades.

The finalists of the 2016 Pleiades (Lévis Chamber of Commerce) were unveiled last night. Winners will be announced on May 26.

>> See the list of finalists

December 19 2015 - New facility

Supervac has moved to a new plant in Lévis - Saint-Nicolas sector. We look forward to meet you!

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