New opportunities in both new buildings and rehabilitation projects - that's what Jets™ systems are all about. Vacuum systems are affordable and have low life cycle costs. Return on investment periods are usually short. At the same time, these systems are flexible, adaptable and not least: they scale with your system needs.
Easy and fast installation
Thin vacuum pipes with diameters as small as 2 inches (50mm) transport sewage faster, more efficient and more reliably than a traditional gravity/water system could ever do. The piping can even be installed vertically in thin walls and in ceilings, because vacuum systems are able to lift sewage upward from the toilet. This enables faster installation at a later stage in the building process than what is possible with gravity toilets.
Virtually no risk of leaks
Vacuum piping is literally air tight. If a leak does occur however, air enters the piping instead of sewage leaking out. Any leaks are discovered extremely fast because they cause the pumps to run for extended periods, alerting the owner that something is wrong.
Constant Vacuum System solutions
In larger buildings, Constant Vacuum System (CVS) solutions are used to enable connection and reliable operation of virtually unlimited numbers of toilets. CVS systems are expandable - so if more toilets are installed, simply add more vacuum units.
Long experience in building projects
Jets™ has some 15 years of experience in vacuum sanitary systems for buildings. The very first systems installed in the early 1990s are still operational today, and we are happy to share our wealth of knowledge about vacuum systems for your building project.
System design example
The following drawing shows the benefits of using vacuum systems in building renovation projects.
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