A New Way To Move Or Store Liquid Waste

Welcome To IVT30 - A New Way To Move Or Store Liquid Waste

With over 30 years’ experience with tankers we have developed an ISO Vacuum Tanker that helps to combat some of the issues in the industry.


Why Has This Been Developed ?

  • Supply Availability Issues – Units are in build and will be readily available
  • Ease Of Maintenance – change the chassis keeping maintenance costs down
  • Price – capital costs lower – finance prices lower
  • All Parts from known reputable suppliers

Take a look at the comparison chart below

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The IVT30 ISO Vacuum Tank Container allows you to stack 6 high-loaded. If space is an issue or 9 high, ready for when you need them.


Download IVT30 Vacuum Waste Swap Tanker Key Specifications.

vacuum tanker and vacuum pump

Vacuum Pump


IVT30 Tank includes a Jurop RV520 Vacuum Pump.

  • 520 CFM @ Free Air
  • 24″ Continuous Duty
  • Hi-Efficiency Dual Fan Air Cooled
  • Automatic Lubrication
  • Integrated 4-Way Valve Manifold
vacuum tanker and vacuum pump


  • 5.2 Meter Hose Tray
  • 2 Side access ladders with platforms
  • Access to 500 mm manlids for cleaning
  • Work Lamps and Amber Beacon
  • Fittings storage box
chassis for vacuum tanker and vacuum pump



We have a large range of Lightweight Chassis

  • Tri Axle – EBS Brakes
  • Immediate Availability
  • ADR Certification

Understanding the Role and Operation of Vacuum Tankers

A vacuum tanker, alternatively known as a vacuum pump truck or a waste service tanker, combines a tank and a pump for the safe and legal transportation of liquid, solid, and gaseous loads on the road.

How does a Vacuum Tanker Operate?

The pneumatic operation of the pump, utilising air pressure and vacuums, sucks waste material from its storage location into the tank, ready to transport the collected waste for proper disposal.

Diverse Applications of Vacuum Tankers

While vacuum tankers find application across various sectors, their unique ability to collect waste from underground sources makes them particularly invaluable for tasks such as emptying septic tanks and sewers. Additionally, they serve in the transportation of industrial liquid by-products, managing animal waste, and playing a vital role in the portable toilet industry by emptying holding tanks. In emergency scenarios, vacuum tankers prove crucial for handling hazardous material spillages and aiding post-storm relief efforts, such as mitigating flooding in residential areas.

Key Advantages of Utilising a Vacuum Tanker

  • Efficient Sewerage Operations: In sewerage applications, a vacuum tanker not only removes waste but also addresses residual buildup like sludge, enhancing sewer efficiency and reducing the risk of backups or flooding.
  • Safe Handling of Waste Water: Within the portable toilet industry, the sealed tank of a vacuum tanker ensures the secure transportation of potentially hazardous waste, adhering to environmental agency guidelines.

A vacuum tanker represents a versatile solution for waste management, offering operational flexibility and contributing to environmental sustainability. Whether addressing sewerage challenges or responding to emergencies, the functionality and benefits of vacuum tankers underscore their significance in various industries.