Another “Bucket And Ladder” Operation, Foiled By The Line Vac
July 22, 2016 — Russ Bowman
Let me start by saying that EXAIR Corporation and Water innovations, Inc have nothing against buckets, or ladders. We use them both here for a variety of tasks, and are very satisfied with them. But when they’re used together…that’s where we’re going to take exception. And we’re not the only ones.
I had the pleasure of speaking to CJ Ward an expert technician with Water innovations, a San Diego based company that provides world class water recycling equipment & services. They use our Model 140200 2″ NPT Threaded Aluminum Line Vacs to move bentonite clay (an amazingly versatile purification & absorption media) from 50 lb bags into a hopper. It is then dispersed into a holding tank of oily water, where it removes the pollutants and impurities, allowing for clean recycling. And, since they no longer have to carry it up a ladder and pour it in, it’s also safer and more efficient.
EXAIR Corporation and Water innovations are committed to being proactive about the way we impact the environment. Our Sustainability Plan details the way we do this in regards to our responsible consumption of resources, our conscientious waste recycling measures, and the comprehensive impact of our products…everything from materials & design, to their efficient usage, to packaging. So, when our products are used in application geared toward like-minded goals, it’s a win-win-win. For EXAIR, our customers, and the environment.
This is one of many ways that EXAIR’s diverse line of compressed air products are not only making processes more efficient, but making the world a better place through dedication to being “clean and green.”