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The LITTLE SUCKER -- Basic Unit
The Air-Operated BASIC SYSTEM is the heart of the FAMILY of liquid filtration systems. Designed for either portable or stationary use, the BASIC SYSTEM combines (14) proven technologies and is in itself a "stand-alone" filtration system. Although the system is rated for up to 4 GPM continuous filtration, it can actually handle pressure washer flow rates up to 7 GPM when operated intermittently.
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BASIC LITTLE SUCKER FILTRATION SYSTEM
The LITTLE SUCKER is a truly unique system. By simply changing the fluid pick-up device and final filters, this system becomes a multi-functional machine which may be operated as:
The LITTLE SUCKER water recovery system has been engineered to be an affordable Liquid Filtration System designed for either PORTABLE or STATIONARY applications requiring cleaned wash quality water for reuse with high pressure washers or for reconditioning machine tool coolant.
Portable and stationary wash operators are frequently coming under the scrutiny of regulating agencies charged with protecting the environment. Portable wash operators must now pick-up and recycle wash water created on site and carry it off to prevent run-off into the storm sewer and to avoid polluting the water table. Stationary wash operators are being forced to completely recycle or clean up discharge water to the sanitary sewer system in order to comply with increasingly stricter effluent discharge restrictions.
The advanced filtration technologies offered in The LITTLE SUCKER wash water recovery system offers an economical solution for most of wash water filtration problems. The LITTLE SUCKER filters water to wash water quality for reuse with High Pressure Washers.
"Easy" Concept and Design
The LITTLE SUCKER is:
The LITTLE SUCKER's unique series of liquid pick-up devices is where the system derives it's name. All water pick-up devices operate in conjunction with the air diaphragm pumps located inside the filtration system, which draw a vacuum to suck the liquid into the filtration system. The benefit of air operated diaphragm pumps is that no damaged is caused if they run dry. Also, there are no electrical cords needed to go out to pumps, which would have to lay in water, so the system is much safer to operate and poses no shock hazard.
Surface Pick-Up Shown (Others Available)
Filtration technologies include:
Optional Equipment include:
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