2-Motor Slurry Pump-Out Vacuum
Separation, Discharge Vacuum
Extraction - Types of Applications
/ Components - Four (4) Machines in 1
What to do with the vacuumed slurry?
of the Polished Floor
Within 1 month any polished surface (including concrete)
will lose its shine if not maintained.
Are you walking
away from business?
Debris & Liquid Separation
Containment of the Debris
Discharge of Gray, Filtered
Liquid (Automatic or Operator Initiated.)
Water Recycling / Separation System
Pressure Washing Cleanup
Concrete Slurry Extraction
Manufacturing Applications, etc.
Squeegee all types of wet debris:
cuttings or debris is separated and contain
sump pump discharges gray filtered water for a high efficiency,
the durable, high efficient Blue Slurry Filter Collection
Bag and Integrated Sump Pump lets you re-use the filtered
gray water or have it discharged from the tank up to 100' away.
of Blue Slurry Bag.
In concrete grinding and polishing, as you progress to the finer
diamond grits, the solids within the slurry are minimal.
Likewise, the heavy-weight
Slurry Bag is typically only
emptied once or twice depending on the volume of fines within the
slurry. To physically remove the oversize bag, detach the
rubber gasket from the tank's deflector port, hand wrap to close
the bag - squeezing out any excess water (the sump pump will
automatically discharge the water, tilt the tank backwards onto its loop handle, slide the
bag from the tank.
Slurry Bags are re-useable, easily cleaned, and very,
Water Recovery Recycling Vacuum
Fill the tank with 10 - 12
gallons of clean water
The integrated sump pump
will deliver the water from the tank to your tools
The vacuum's suction
the slurry waste, filter the slurry, contain the cutting,
deliver gray, filter water back to your tools
In this application, the SV 2000 saves you valuable time, labor and water. With the SV
2000 you have a mobile, self-contained, water
supply that lets you reuse filtered water again
and again while being environmentally responsible.
Powerful 2-motor suction
power impressively vacuums the slurry, leaving floors dry and
ready for immediate traffic
As the slurry is vacuumed into
the tank, the slurry and debris are captured while the
filtered water flows into the tank
When activated, the integrated
sump pump automatically discharges the gray, filtered
water from the tank to your clean water container.
In both of these
applications, the SV 2000 provides incredible productivity while
saving you valuable resources - time, labor and
water. Productivity wise, the precise micron size of the
filter bag provides amble collection yields.
(4) Machines in 1:
water supply for power tools -- Saves
time with fewer interruptions for refilling water tanks.
Keeps the work site clean and traps slurry for easy waste
vacuum cleaner -- Picks
up large volumes of water in a short time from flooded areas,
including basements, and pumps it out of the location. Because of its powerful waterlift, it is ideal for
vacuuming liquid waste from containers, pools, outhouses,
and pool cleaning -- Efficiently
vacuums foliage, algae and
mud. The debris is captured in the porous filter
bag as the filtered water is instantly discharged back into the
pond or pool (position the discharge hose to the skimmer and
the filtered water is filtered again through the pond's filter
slurry & pressure washing vacuum -- Achieve
high productivity results with the Front Mount 30" Floor
Sweep attached ~ sweep and vacuum slurry from floors, removing
the slurry before making another pass with your grinder.
The internal sump pump empties the filter gray water from the tank
automatically. Or, unplug the sump pump and discharge
the filter water when you want too. Depending on the grit size, you typically
only have to remove the slurry bag at the end of the
High Performance Water
--- For Power Tools, Concrete Slurry,
Slurry Filter Bag. Slurry,
debris, cuttings, etc. Debris of all types of are
contained within the Durable, Re-Useable and Highly Efficient
Nylon Filter Bag. Filtered water flows into the vacuum's
tank and can be re-cycled in a
continuous loop operation or pumped out the area by the
vacuum's internal sump
Time, Money, Water -
Benefits to both the environment and your bottom
Faster -- A portable water supply,
vacuum, and continuous loop water system. Versus
spending time trying to refill or re-blenish the water from
Cleaner -- The SV 2000 Slurry
Containment and Vacuum System Keeps Work Areas Clean and Dry --
You'll spend less time cleaning
up. Ideal for indoor and outdoor applications such as
hospitals, office buildings, manufacturing operations, construction, disaster
restoration and more.
Environmentally Friendly -- Slurry is contained in
a porous filter bag, allowing for safe, easy and proper waste
SV 2000 Slurry Vacuum
Submersible Sump Pump -- Powerful,
robust operation has a flow rate of 48 gallons per minute at
level and a maximum water lift of 18 feet. Positioned on
the back wall of the tank (opposite the side of
the inlet port), a 1/4" aluminum perforated plate
(not shown) separates the Blue Slurry Filter Bag from the sump
pump. The perforated plate is used to isolate the sump pump from
any interference or obstruction from the filter bag - helping to
ensure an efficient and continuous operation.
Reliable Connections -- Two
independent outlet plugs, for the
sump pump operation and the other one is for the vacuum.
Polyethylene 24 Gallon Tank -- Extremely
durable, corrosion resistant, portable, compact and maneuverable.
Suction Power -- Provides
impressive vacuuming performance. Floors are
left completely dry with one pass of the 16" squeegee (included)
or the optional 30" Floor Sweep.
Slurry Filter Collection Bag -- Precise micron size
filters the finest of
particles while allowing gray water to flow into the
tank. Rugged and durable, the re-useable bag features a HD rubber gasket
for attachment to tank's deflector port. Fold the bag
over and outside the tank opening, secured with the motor and
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) monitors and limits the
nature and magnitude of waste products that is allowed to be
discharged into the waters of the United States, while local
sanitary and sewer authorities set limits for the volume of
Suspended Solids (Sludge) and Chemical Composition (pH) of the
wastewater that is allowed to be discharged into their local
sanitary sewer systems.
What To Do
with The Discharged Slurry Wastewater?
discharged by the Pump-Out Vacuum, the slurry will have to be
de-watered to comply with Environmental Regulations.
De-Watering is accomplished by using one or a combination of
our Slurry Disposal Products.
For information on these
products see our < De-Watering
Menu > or click on our two recommended products.
Slurry Press Machines (4).
Water Treatment Plant on Wheels."
Filtering and separating concrete slurry,
earth drilling cuttings, dust, ceramic, etc from water has never been
easier or more portable.
In one step a
Mudhen will separate the slurry waste:
clean water (to reuse or to send to drain)
the dispense compacted solid cakes.
any type of slurry from a large container, 55 gallon
drum, even a lake . . .
(4) models to choose from ~
Much Slurry Are You Creating?
Need a Mudhen When . . .
based super absorbent to handle
fresh water base slurry (including 10% oil or salt water that
may be in the slurry). Available in 50 lb. bags.
Shown below being spread and mixed in a concrete slurry container.
additional solidification absorbent products are
Synergy - Universal "one product"
granular with super absorbent polymer water crystals. Will
successfully solidify oil based slurries that also includes up to 40%
Absorbent to quickly absorb oil waste that may include 2% water.
There is a
beginning, middle and an end to polishing a floor. Without a
doubt the biggest and most neglected area that concrete
polishers are making is "allowing all of your hard
work" to be maintained by the store's maintenance personnel
or an outside cleaning company.
up a cleaning program and knowing which pads and chemicals to
use crucial, for the maintenance of a polished concrete or stone
floor is nothing like floors that involve waxing (i.e. VCT).
Like your car,
regular maintenance keeps it running properly. A polished
floor is no exception - cleaning needs to be done
For the concrete
floor polisher, walking away
from your masterpiece and allowing someone else to profit from
it is senseless.
Maintenance for a Polished Floor. Does it work?
Lets define the
"problem", it is a fact that any type of polished
surface - including concrete and marble - will lose its sheen
and clarity in a given amount of time. This causes the
floor to have a dingy appearance and doesn’t have the light
reflectivity it once had when originally polished.
When a floor is initially polished
you can look down at the
floor about five feet in front and see a near perfect
reflection of the lighting in the ceiling.
When the floor
gets worn down from deferred maintenance the reflection of the
light bulbs in the floor nearly disappears. This is
especially true in the middle portions of isles, front entry
ways, and action alleys. To aggravate the situation, the
sides of the isles where there is no foot or wheel traffic
remains in excellent shape.
So why did the
polished concrete loose its luster? Polished concrete is
really not much different than a stone product. It is
polished by literally scratching the concrete with finer and
finer grits of diamonds. During the process concrete
densifiers are added to aid in the abrasion resistance of the
concrete floor. Some people call these products
"hardeners or densifiers". All of this is
important to note because the polished concrete surface loses
its sheen the same way it received it - by scratches.
Now that we have an
understanding of how polished concrete losses it’s sheen, let’s
ensure that it doesn't. Basically, it comes down
to Daily and Periodic Maintenance.
maintenance is doing some "light
polishing or burnishing" to rejuvenate the floor as
maintenance is done typically "in house" by
employees. Store employees are usually involved in
keeping abrasives off the floor by dry mopping and auto
scrubbing the floor daily. It can’t be impressed
enough the importance of knowing what chemicals to used
as well as keeping track of the "proper" pads
being used on the auto scrubber.
Chemicals that were meant to clean other floor types (such
as your garage floor) will literally destroy the appearance of
the polished concrete floor because of the chemical and
physical change the polished floor went through during the
polish phase. And when pads are used that are way beyond there
expected life, instead of gently removing dirt from
the floor they are acting like sandpaper.
This issue is even more common on floors that have been dyed
and then further protected with guard or stain sealer
products. How too often do you think or hear, "I'll just
clean it with water". We don't wash our hands with just water so we shouldn't consider cleaning an
Soap serves as a
surfactant to help pull dirt out of the floor and helps the
cleaning pad or mop head glide more easily over the
surface. Many soaps also have a small amount of
densifier (the product used to harden the floor while
polishing) in them which insures that the floor stays as
hard as possible, thus offering more abrasion resistance
Other soaps are
made to work with the protectant that is put on the polished
concrete, better known as "guard".
TIP: With any
polished concrete floor you find out what
chemical manufacture’s product was used to harden and
densify the floor, and stick to their soap program.
While using the
proper soap isn't the saving grace for keeping a floor
looking good forever, it is definitely part of the
system. NOTE: After all of this discuss on using the
proper soap, chemicals are relatively inexpensive. Especially
if you use an ECS auto scrubber. These machines use
80% less water and chemicals than any other scrubber because
their brushes and pads are spinning at 600 rpm. This
relatively new "mechanical" approach to scrubbing
(versus the traditional 180 rpm) also increases the shine on
a polished floor by 3:1! And because these machines
use less water and chemicals, "dumps and refills are a
thing of the past" - hence, labor is reduced between 30
and 50%! For additional information on
this type of auto scrubber, see below.
is generally performed by knowledgeable personnel who know and
understand the art of a "polished hard floor
surface." Various machines, pads and chemicals are
used. To know the complete process takes skill and
knowledge, and more than just being able to operate an auto
Typically, the process involves using a couple of finer diamond grit passes and
another light application of densifier if needed, followed by an
application of stain guard if the floor needs protection from
Simple and Cost Effective Approach
to all of this is our ShineOn
Essentially, the ShineOn
System takes you
through the complete floor polishing process: Beginning,
Middle and End. With the Ending process being the bridge
that provides the long term shine and performance benefits
that you expect
from a polished surface.
With a few
selected partners, ICS proudly created the ShineOn
System that will not only
clean and maintain the floor's shine but it
will increase and strengthen it "IN JUST ONE
Maintenance, floors are swept, scrubbed, cleaned
strengthen and polished AT THE SAME TIME. Using our
selective machines, diamonds and chemicals, labor and chemical cost are drastically
cut as well as frequent burnishing (you will always need to
burnish, at least twice a year for a polished surface.)
For information on
the equipment and products in our ShineOn
Floor System, please
click on the following pictures:
ECS High Speed Auto Scrubbers
Uses 600 RPM's instead
of the traditional 180 to clean and polish a floor at the same
a shine that is 3 times greater vs.
using a standard 180 RPM auto scrubber
water & chemical consumption by 80% - 90%
vs. a traditional auto scrubber
using less water & chemicals you gain
considerable productivity time because of less
dumping and refilling. Hence, labor time
is reduced by 30% - 50%!
1000 & 1500 RPM Propane Grinder / Burnisher
Productive & Multi-Functional Machine
Performs the 3 Types of
Polished Finishes as defined by the Concrete Polishing
Association of American (CPAA):
True Grind and Polish.
Under this classification Metal Bond Diamonds in the 16 to 150
grit range are use for heavy grinding. Then the honing
stage begins with resin diamond pads, proceeding in stages to
800 - 3000 grit as a final polishing step.
When concrete surfaces are reasonably flat, polishing can
begin with semi-metal or straight resin bonded diamond
pads. Using these pads, polishing typically starts at 60
- 80 grit and proceeds to 800 - 3000 grit as a final polishing
Instead of using a heavy weight diamond grinding machine
(which typically runs between 400 and 1300 rpm), a high speed
burnishing machine with a minimum speed of 1000 rpm's is used
with maintenance floor pads that have diamonds embedded into
Impregnated Floor Pads.
Once the floor’s
shine has been completed, you can use these pads on
a Floor Grinder, Sander, Polisher, Burnisher or Auto Scrubber to
daily clean and shine the floor.
a diamond impregnated floor pads you will be cleaning and polishing the floor at the same time.
All Diamond Pads Are Manufactured Equally!
Besides the advantage
of the microscopic diamonds that are impregnated into
all diamond pads, the Shine-On Diamond Pads are the only
that also contain Ferron® which is the only substance that
can scratch a diamond.
Because of their truly
unique structural properties, their cleaning and polishing
results - and especially their life - are all substantially
greater than any other impregnated pad that only
contains diamond ~ Guaranteed.
CHEMICALS ARE PROJECT PROVEN WITH 30 YEARS RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT,
VIDEOS and TESTIMONIALS.
30 plus years have been invested into
the Restoration, Cleaning, Protection and Maintenance of Brick, Bronze,
Fiberglass, Flagstone, Glass, Granite, Limestone, Marble,
Onynx, Pavers, Polished Concrete, Porcelain, Quartzite, Slate,
Stainless Steel, Travertine.
Regardless of the surface
location: Residential, Commercial,
Automotive, Aircraft, Marine, High-Rise Buildings, Interior,
Exterior, Severe Heat or Freezing Climates.
Information on each Chemical ~ Coming Soon.
Specifications, Pricing, Ordering, Accessories.
Dust Director® Slurry Vacuum
- 1 Year Motor Head Parts & Labor Warranty -
Rear View (showing
discharge valve & clean-out hose)
with 30" Floor Squeegee
Motor Head, 110 volt, 60 Hz, 2-Motors
2-stage, 8.5 Amps, 1000 Watts / Motor
Each motor with its own on/off switch
195 CFM / 126" H20
/ Weight / Tank
x 21" x 38" / 85 lbs. (shipping weight)
Extremely durable HD Poly tank
will withstands severe abuse
and corrosion resistant for long term durability and
professional appearance. Compact
and portable, the 24 gallon tank provides a large collection
yield. Tank is equipped with 3" rubber casters,
8" rubber wheels, push/pull loop handle, 1-1/2"
inlet port w/ swivel lock-in hose retainer.
the rear of the tank
the SV 2000 includes rear discharge Quick Disconnect Fittings,
along with a variety of fittings, including an adapter or a 3/4" garden
hose and a 1-1/4" drainage hose.
Pump / Specifications
HP, 7.6 Amp, Float Switch Activated
- Discharges 48 gallons per minute (13 psi) -
Slurry Sump Pump
for abusive Concrete Slurry conditions.
heavy, continuous use the Concrete Slurry Sump Pump continues
to discharge heavy sludge from the bottom of the tank (a
standard sump pump simply will not last and its performance will
quickly diminish - within a week.)
Motors, 1 year; Tank, 3 years.
accessories: 1-1/ 2" x 10' HD crushproof hose, 16"
deluxe floor squeegee on wheels, HD quick disconnects (2) for use with
a 3/4" garden hose or 1-1/4" hose (hoses not included), Blue
Slurry Filter / Containment Bag.
Blue Slurry Filter Containment Bag
- Fits 24 Gallon Poly Tanks
equipped with 2-1/2" ID Rubber/Vinyl Inlet
Front Mount 30" Floor Squeegee - Highly
recommended for floor use.
The absolute best floor squeegee on the market for concrete
slurry and stripping floors with chemicals (instead of using an
Auto Scrubber). Easily handles any other type of liquid waste.
to install attachment to the 24 gallon tank. With the vacuum's
2-motor suction power, floors are impressively vacuumed and left
dry, ready for immediate traffic. Squeegee any type of
liquid waste including chemicals and mastics during floor
stripping. Sludge debris is contained in the slurry bag
gray filtered water is separately contained, and easily discharged by the
internal sump pump.
The blades of the squeegee and the front bar adjustment features
make this squeegee the best floor sweep on the market to vacuum dry powders!
onto the 24 gallon tank
middle wheel prevents a suck-down effect from the rubber
front arm is completely adjustable by the hand knobs (see
picture). Easily adjust the angle of the blades to the
precise position for your slurry, liquid or powder
rubber notched front blade directs
debris inwards towards the vacuum's
- Solid rear blade
prevents the debris from escaping, while also ensuring it
flows towards the suction stream (debris will not load
in-front of the blades and be pushed along . . .)
- Outside rubber wheels prevent accidental
assembly includes the convenient Rear Foot Bar to lower and
raise the squeegee by your foot. In the raised position it
locks into the notch in the tank for easy
transportation. Simple installation. Complete with 2' hose section for connection into the tank's inlet port.
(The middle wheel and hand adjustment knobs are not shown in
this "old" picture.)
Part No. T80184
1-1/2" Inlet Port (SV-2000 Slurry Vacuum)