Jobs that used to take days are completed in just hours. Our custom-built vacuum vehicles can quickly cleanup the toughest, dirtiest material, no matter where it’s located.

The tremendous suction generated by our equipment ensures the fast removal of waste and debris without stirring up dangerous particles or annoying dust. Metal chips, slag, steel shot, wood chips, sawdust, grain, mill scale, slurries, sludge and water are just some of the materials that can be removed quickly and efficiently.

In addition, some of our vacuum vehicles have remote cyclone units attached. These units are used to discharge the vacuumed material directly into a vessel of your choice, saving substantial time and money.

Our vacuum vehicles operate at 3200 to 7500 cfm and at 18 to 27 inches of Mercury, and can move very heavy, wet or dry sludge long distances. A bag house unit filters and controls the air discharge for the vehicle, as well as an ancillary option of a HEPA filter unit that filters the air from the vehicle before it is discharged into the atmosphere.

Our fleet of vacuum vehicles includes those equipped with hydraulic sludge pumps and vacuum roll-off equipment that allow cost-effective simultaneous vacuuming and offloading of material.

Triple B Industrial Services specialized Vacuum Services collect and transport (wet or dry) hazardous and non-hazardous materials. Vacuum equipment including stainless steel, carbon steel, dry and liquid units is selected based on the nature and quantity of the material to be removed. To meet the needs of our power plant, waste to energy, and industrial customers, the Triple B Industrial Services vacuum units is being enhanced through the addition of new 27" 5800 cfm guzzler units.

Triple B Industrial Services offers:

  • Complete line of Vacuum Equipment
  • Vacuum Boxes and Hard Piping available
  • Skilled Operators
  • Required Documented Maintenance Program
  • Maintained DOT License

Operations serviced by our highly trained staff include:

  • Pit and Sump Cleanouts
  • Sewers
  • Tanks
  • Trenches
  • Ponds
  • Site Transfer
  • Solids & Liquids
  • Dust Catch
  • Basin Water
  • Intake Materials
  • Storage and Transfer Areas
  • Power Plants

Vacuum Excavation
Below ground utility infrastructures are becoming more and more congested as they are adapted to accommodate greater demands. This has led to increasing safety as well as financial concerns when there is a need to locate and expose such utilities.

Applying nondestructive low pressure water or air vacuum technology, we can quickly, safely and cost-effectively excavate in areas inaccessible to traditional digging equipment — even where pressure gas lines and pipelines are present.

Major oil and gas companies, consultants, petrochemical plants and contractors depend on our speed, safety and know-how for everything from potholing, pilot holes and slot-trenching to major excavations. Regulatory authorities recognize our technology as "non-mechanical" excavation, allowing our equipment to work within 5 feet of hotline buffer zone boundaries.