The Condense Buffer Kit
The condense buffer kit consist of an activator and a vacuum discharge valve. All Evac components require no electrical connections as the valves are operated using the vacuum pressure maintained throughout the system by the vacuum collection station. Condensate water enters the buffer box which acts as a temporary collection point for the water. As condensate water accumulates in the buffer box, a pneumatic signal equivalent to 30mm of water column is sent to the activator. The activator opens the vacuum discharge valve and the condensate water is transported toward the collection station.
Low Profile Buffer Kit
With case manufactures ever reducing the available height underneath a fridge cabinet, it maybe necessary to utilise the “low profile” buffer kit. This unit is sunk into the floor make up leaving just 40mm exposed above finished floor level. The low profile buffer kit offers 2 No. inlets sizes to correspond with standard fridge waste pipe sizes. It then has a single 32mm outlet to connect to small bore vacuum waster pipes.
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High Temperature Buffer Kit
Store planners and designers prefer the minimal approach. The Evac “Gang Lift Kit” will allow multiple buffers to rise up to high level via a single riser point. This will often be hidden with the case refrigerant pipes offering a discreet system that will not interfere or hinder the customers views.
Environmental Water Treatment
Is there really enough water on Earth?
Water Footprint, is a concept to describe personal water consumption. It is a widely known fact the water is a finite resource. Unfortunately in the developed world we have taken water for granted as it is provided to us instantly through water fountains, baths, wash hand basins and even ornamental fountains and manmade ponds. Since fresh water makes up only a fraction of all the water on Earth it is a resource we cannot afford to squander.