The Vacuum sewage system uses 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 as a method of waste water transport; its great flexibility permits to exploit the advantages in those applications where the traditional methods are too expansive or unsuitable. The vacuum sewage plant represents a solution for a centralized collection system at reasonable costs.
- 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 develop.
- Ease of integration with the traditional sewer system existing.
- Realization of a separate sewerage system with minimum installation and exercise costs.
- 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.
- Wastes collection in industrial areas.
- Hospital centers.
- Tourist ports & tourist villages.
- Exhibition centers & commercial centers.
- Recreational centers & coastal urbanization.