Sump Pump Cleans Machines

July 26, 2007
The SPS 35 sump vacuum features 112 CFM and 107-in H2O to remove debris from machines.

The SPS 35 sump vacuum features 112 CFM and 107-in H2O to remove debris from machines. It has a 4-gallon chip basket and 9-gallon liquid capacity, and a coalescing filter to minimize harmful particulates in the air. A top access door makes it easy to empty solids, while a 1.5-in. manual blast gate is for liquids. To prevent overflow, a positive float closure cuts off the vacuum when the pump is full. Fiberglass-reinforced housing resists corrosion. And an optional return pump can be added to reallocate filtered liquids, letting operators vacuum and pump at the same time.

Ruwac, 54 Winter St., Holyoke, MA 01041, (800) 736-6288,

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