Yes. Details are given in the whitepaper "Handling Flammables with Triton Vacuum Systems"
Yes, on our diesel-driven systems. A whitepaper details how to determine what engine rpm to run at for a given airflow on our T2500 system. "Diesel Engine Speed (rpms) vs T2500 Pump Airflow (cfm)"
Yes. Our liquid ring units (T1500, T2500) have a 6" or 8" camlock fitting on the exhaust of the water tank. This fitting allows the exhaust to be captured through a vapor scrubber, carbon box, thermal oxidizer, etc. Ideally this downstream equipment does not provide any exhaust restriction, though a backpressure of a few psi
Yes, and in fact are used for this application around the world. Check out one concept in our whitepaper "Triton Vacuums for Drill Waste Management"
First, make sure all manways and hatches are closed tight, on both the vacuum unit and any collection tank or vacuum box that you are filling. There could be an open valve, a loose seal, a poorly fitted camlock gasket, cracked hose, etc. If a liquid ring-based unit, make sure that the pump is primed.
The 5" sight glass is a bowl that allows you to see the contents of the water tank or cyclone. It fits inside a weldment that has a screw handle. A gasket goes between the glass bowl and the equipment, and a metal plate goes between the tightening screw and the bowl to distribute the
Blower packages are good for dry bulk handling materials. If the customer is only going to use the system for dry materials the unit will likely perform satisfactorily. Most people doing that type of work are not concerned with the heat or the noise, and must accept the level of maintenance required. In other
Depending on load, the Triton liquid ring trailers (T2000 or T2500) consume between 7-10 gallons per hour. The fuel tank size is in the range of 90-100 gallons, and are sized that fueling should only be required once per shift. And remember, less expensive off-road diesel may be used.
Flex hoses are obviously lighter than tank truck hose. A 4" flex hose may weigh 1.8 lbs/ft, while a 4" tank truck hose might weigh 3.3 lbs/ft (of course, this is empty, and doesn't count the weight of the connection fittings). Going to a 6" hose increases weight a lot...a 6" tank truck hose