CSG invests in new equipment including tankers

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Waste management company CSG has invested almost £1 million (€1.15 million) in new equipment to dramatically improve performance including four specially built tankers.
CSG has purchased two high performance rigid vacuum tankers and a long-distance articulated liquid ring tanker, along with a KOKS CycloVac HVAM (Disab tanker), costing a total of more than £930,000 (€1 million).
Mark Hague, technical sales manager at CSG, said: “We are delighted to add this new equipment to our inventory, which will benefit our customers in terms of improved service and the business through cost efficiencies.
“A standard liquid artic or rigid tanker has a 360CFM (cubic feet per minute) pump but, in more awkward jobs where sludge is solidified or at a deeper level, these can lose suction power as soon as you start loading.”
CSG’s new high performance rigid vacuum tankers have capacities of 3,000 gallons and 4,000 gallons.
They can suck up to 1,000 CFM and both have a powerful jetter and turbo jet nozzle, usually used for cleaning pipework, tanks and pits where silt and other debris are causing problems for a drainage system.
They are up to 2.8-times more powerful than a standard tanker, making them more fuel efficient and capable of tackling all waste types.
The long-distance articulated liquid ring tanker operates at 2,010 CFM. It has a 26,000 litre capacity and has a high power jetter for cleaning.
The new tanker is ideal for the quick loading of heavier sludges from deep chambers and for difficult to access locations where tankers cannot get close to the operational area – such as military and transport ships and railway networks.
CSG has also invested in a KOKS Cyclovac HVAM (Disab), which has a sizeable suction capability of 8,000 CFM.
The KOKS Vac HVAM creates a massive movement of air into a vortex in the pipework, suspending the waste materials on a swirling air cushion, conveying it along the pipework into the tank. It will suck up a normal tanker’s worth of air in 7.5 seconds.
It has a capacity of 12,000 litres and is designed to run all day long. Its uses include assisting heavy construction work and flood control, cleaning silt ponds and lagoons and it can also be used to support other heavy jetting equipment.

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