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Vacuum Station, Valve Chambers, Vacuum Sewage System, civil waste water, industrial waste water, standard plants


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WATER PURIFICATION ENGINEERING
Vacuum Sewage System
Design and construction of vacuum sewage systems which offer cost effective alternatives to traditional sewage systems for the transport of civil and industrial wastewater.

The Vacuum sewage system (otherwise defined vacuum-sealed) uses the vacuum created inside a network of pipelines for the collection of sewage water and for their carriage to a final station.
The system uses the vacuum technology as a method of waste water transport; its great flexibility permits to exploit the advantages in those applications where the traditional methods are too expensive or unsuitable.

The vacuum sewage plant represents a solution for a centralized collection system at reasonable costs.

Application of the Vacuum Sewage System:
  • construction of a new sewage network
  • completion of existing sewage network
  • extension of the sewage net at isolated inhabited units
  • substitution of obsolete and inadequate network
  • separation of waste water collection networks
  • historical centers with particular characteristics
  • wastes collection in industrial areas
  • hospital centers
  • tourist ports
  • equipped service areas
  • exhibition centers
  • commercial centers
  • recreational centers
  • tourist villages
  • coastal urbanization
  • campings


Advantages of th Vacuum Sewage System:
The characteristics and the performances guaranteed by the vacuum sewage plants permit to resolve a series of surmountable problems otherwise solvable only with higher costs; the choice of an alternative system involves a series of direct and additional advantages.
  • use of small diameter, light, resistant, lasting and easy-laying pipes
  • reduced dimension of the excavations, both in width and in depth
  • minimization of the environmental impact caused by the laying works of the pipes
  • in case of excavation with ground water, reduction or elimination of the costs for well- point
  • absolute absence of infiltrations and leakages along the lines
  • connection at the consumptions simply with short gravity collector
  • elimination of the inspection shafts
  • possibility to overcome counterslopes
  • possibility to avoid or overcome known or
  • unexpected obstacles along the course of the pipe
  • electrical connections limited only to the vacuum central
  • installed global power reduction
  • elimination of blocks and sedimentations: the system is self-cleaning
  • flexibility of the plant installation which can be easily and economically enlarged and developed
  • ease of integration with the traditional sewer system existing
  • realization of a separate sewerage system with minimum installation and exercise costs





civil waste water, industrial waste water, standard plants

Vacuum Station
The vacuum collection station is the final stage of the vacuum sewage system and it has the dual function of collecting the sewage coming from the valve chambers (to be sent on to the waste water treatment plant or other chosen point of delivery) and creating and restoring the required vacuum throughout the network.
Valve Chambers
The valve chambers, or collection wells, are tanks, (usually made of fiberglass, HDPE or concrete, which are connected to domestic sewerage systems with gravity feed pipes.




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