EVAC - Dewatering Equipment

The EVAC Filtration Systems absorb hydrocarbons, remove large and fine sediment, and polish water, eliminating the need for vacuum trucks and expensive water processing.

EVAC Filtration Systems

The Justrite EVAC Filtration Systems are dewatering equipment that use state-of-the-art filtration and dewatering technology to remove suspended solids and light sheen from wastewater discharge operations in vaults, manholes, elevator shafts, bilges, tanks and more. Its unique four-layer dewatering system utilizes Justrite Oil Solidifying Polymers to adsorb hydrocarbons, in addition to removing large and fine sediment, and polishing the water.

For utilities, the EVAC Filtration System can be viewed as dewatering equipment, a regulatory compliance device and a best industrial management practice. The use of high performance fabrics meticulously connected with performance based stitching allows the EVAC to endure not only high flows but also higher pressures. Due to superior engineering, the EVAC performs better than all its competitors.


Benefits

  • Eliminate the need for vacuum trucks, which will decrease the amount of non-productive time and delay of service restoration lost waiting on a vac truck.
  • Eliminate additional costs for processing and disposal of oil contaminated water, which is usually charged as a "special or hazardous" form of waste.
  • Our dewatering equipment is easy-to-use and reusable.

Specifications

  • 4-layer state-of-the-art filtration media absorbs hydrocarbons, removes large and fine sediment, and polishes the water.
  • EVAC Filtration System measures approximately 57 inches by 12 inches; dewatering bag measures 50 inches by 12 inches.
  • Flow rate of 150+ gpm depending on pump used.
  • Comes with a 2-inch male cam lock quick connect fitting in a 6.5 gallon UN certified pail.


EVAC Lite

The Justrite EVAC Lite offers all the benefits of the EVAC Filtration System, but does not include the fitting or the bucket. It provides the flexibility to be used with any type fitting if secured in place by zip ties.


Specifications

  • 4-layer state-of-the-art filtration media absorbs hydrocarbons, removes large and fine sediment, and polishes the water.
  • Hydrocarbon Solidifier Pillow captures the sheen and light hydrocarbons.
  • Does not include the fitting or the bucket.


Super Sediment Filter Sock

The Super Sediment Filter is dewatering equipment that is easy-to-use, reusable and a lightweight. It is designed specifically to filter sediment and debris down to 100 microns.


Specifications

  • Lightweight, heavy duty 100-micron filtration media
  • Dewatering bag measures approximately 50 inches by 12 inches
  • 3 polypropylene straps attached to the bottom of the filter sock pull the filter inside-out to remove the sediment, silt and debris
  • Filter sock is easy to rinse and reusable
  • Can be added to existing dewatering filtration systems to increase their life


EVAC Lite Plus

The Justrite EVAC Lite Plus offers all the benefits and flexibility of the EVAC Lite, but also features a Super Sediment Filter Sock inside the EVAC filtration bag to capture sediment and debris and extend the life of the EVAC.


Specifications

  • 4-layer state-of-the-art wastewater filtration media absorbs hydrocarbons, removes large and fine sediment, and polishes the water.
  • Dewatering bag measures approximately 50 inches by 12 inches.
  • Super Sediment Filter Sock inside the EVAC filtration bag to capture sediment and debris down to 100 microns and extend the life of the EVAC.
  • Super Sediment Filter Sock held in place with Velcro®


Frequently Asked Questions

Can the EVAC be re-used?

Yes. The EVAC can be re-used until the Hydrocarbon Detection Strip on the out skin turns a darker blue. This indicates that the filter has reached its maximum oil capacity and needs to be discarded. If your EVAC is not showing signs of hydrocarbon overload, fold the unit up and store back in its bucket for the next use.

Visit the FAQ page to find more answers about secondary containment.

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