Vacuum Tanker Removal

Media Changes

As standard we remove existing filter media from the vessels using our specialist vacuum tanker unit rather than manual removal. This method of media removal is quick, safe and helps to avoid unnecessary mess and difficulties that can be encountered with this type of work when carried out manually. Safety is of prime importance and this method of removal minimises the risk for this part of the works by removing the need for manual handling of the media to skips and reducing vessel entry requirements.
All redundant filter media is disposed off site to registered landfill sites only in accordance with current legislation. Our price allows for disposal costs.
The filters are manually charged with the correct quantities of selected grades of Leighton Buzzard silica sand, which shall be limestone and clay free, or recycled glass.
Delivery of media to site will be in 25 kg bags on pallets, in accordance with current EEC manual handling regulations / guidelines.

As standard we remove existing filter media from the vessels using our specialist vacuum tanker unit rather than manual removal. This method of media removal is quick, safe and helps to avoid unnecessary mess and difficulties that can be encountered with this type of work when carried out manually. Safety is of prime importance and this method of removal minimises the risk for this part of the works by removing the need for manual handling of the media to skips and reducing vessel entry requirements.

All redundant filter media is disposed off site to registered landfill sites only in accordance with current legislation. Our price allows for disposal costs.

The filters are manually charged with the correct quantities of selected grades of Leighton Buzzard silica sand, which shall be limestone and clay free, or recycled glass.

Delivery of media to site will be in 25 kg bags on pallets, in accordance with current EEC manual handling regulations / guidelines.