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454 North Corona Avenue, Valley Stream, New York, 11580

Email

George@AllStormDrains.com

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Office: 516.825.1010 | Fax: 631.475.2898

Vacuum Truck Service

All Storm Drains Inc. | Vacuum Truck Service | Nassau & Suffolk County, Long Island, NY | Phone: 516.825.1010 Fax: 631.475.2898 | George@AllStormDrains.com

454 North Corona Avenue
Valley Stream, NY, 11580


All Storm Drains Inc.

"When It Rains It Drains"

All Storm Drains Inc. is a fully Licensed & Insured Vacuum Truck service. We specialize in Drainage System Maintenance throughout the Long Island area. Services include parking lot overflows, drywells, high pressure water jetting, rain drains, catch basins, & storm drains. Email us today! George@AllStormDrains.com


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All Storm Drains Inc. | Vacuum Truck Service | Nassau & Suffolk County, Long Island, NY | Phone: 516.825.1010 Fax: 631.475.2898 | George@AllStormDrains.com

What is a Vacuum Truck?

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All Storm Drains Inc. | Vacuum Truck Service | Nassau & Suffolk County, Long Island, NY | Phone: 516.825.1010 Fax: 631.475.2898 | George@AllStormDrains.com

How Does a Vacuum Truck
Work?

Industrial Vactor Trucks

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How does a Vactor Truck Work?

A vacuum truck or vacuum tanker is a tank truck that has a pump and a tank connected to a vacuum system. The pump is designed to pneumatically suck liquids, sludges, solids, or the like from a location (often underground) into the tank of the truck. The objective is to enable transport of the liquid or solid material via road to another location for dumping. Vacuum trucks or vactor trucks transport the collected material to a treatment or disposal site, for example a sewage treatment plant or county dumping location. Vacuum trucks can be equipped with a high pressure pump if they are used to clean out sewers from sand. This is the kind of pump All Storm Drains Inc. uses to service its customers.

An Industrial Vacuum Truck can be configured to be a direct belt drive, or a hydraulic drive system. There are two different ways to mount the pump: either directly on the truck with the vacuum drive powered by the truck motor, or on the trailer with an independent motor. The second option with the independent motor is more complicated and not commonly used. It has the advantage of potentially having the pump closer to the septic tank. It is also able to use the negative pressure suction side of the pump as well as the positive pressure side to pump sludge over longer distances or lift it higher into the tank.

The suction hoses are typically 2 to 4 inches (5.1 to 10.2 cm) in diameter with 3 inches (7.6 cm) being the norm. The possible length depends on various factors mainly related to the lift and other pressure losses. It is usually impossible to extend it beyond 50 metres (160 ft). An inherent suction limitation of all suction pumps is that they can only lift a liquid through utilizing atmospheric pressure. For pure water the theoretical maximum lift is approximately 10.3 metres (34 ft). However, due to the viscosity of fecal sludge it is possible to mix air into it either by sucking close from the surface or by adding air with a compressor through a separate hose. Through this process, the overall density of the sludge/air mixture can be reduced below that of pure water and thus a higher lift (10–15 metres (33–49 ft)) can be reached under optimal conditions. Other factors affecting the possible lift and total length of the suction hose are that single stage vacuum pumps only reach a 85-90% partial vacuum, and that small air leakages, pipe friction losses, and the viscosity of the liquid further reduce the vactor truck's ability to lift.

Other names used for "vacuum trucks" are as follows: "vacuum tanker", "Sucker truck" or "Sewer Sucker", "hydro-vac", or "vac-trucks". Slang terms include: "honey truck", "honey sucker", and "honeywagon", and possibly "honey bucket".

Please contact All Strom Drains Inc. today for all your vacuum truck needs.
Email: George@AllStormDrains.com
Phone: 516.825.1010   Fax: 631.475.2898


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Commercial

Scheduling of routine maintenance or emergency response to back-ups or clogged pipes. We are equipped to handle small diameter sink lines & large diameter pipe.

Industrial

Service Contracts for seasonal work for septic and cesspool maintenance. Drywell drainage, catch basins, storm drain manintence, and emergency flood response.

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Storm Water Management & Flood Drainage
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Phone: 516.825.1010   Fax: 631.475.2898
George@AllStormDrains.com

Licensed & Insured | Storm Water Management Professional

All Storm Drains Inc. | Water Removal Vacuum Truck

  • Prompt arrival to direct location
  • Safely secure the environment
  • Water removal with thorough professionalism
  • Following all industry guidelines and protocols

Proudly servicing the Nassau & Suffolk County, Long Island area's water removal, and emergency flood services.

All Strom Drains Inc. | Industrial Vacuum Truck

  • Licensed & Insured Professional
  • All work complete to village codes
  • Thorough professional water removal service
  • Commercial & Residential

Proudly servicing the Suffolk & Nassau County Long Island area's water removal, and emergency flood services.

All Strom Drains Inc. Storm Water Management Service | Long Island, NY

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