SEEN it at the ICUEE show and were interest but no time to spend with so many vendors to see.
HEARD about it but not sure where to go and get information.
Surface to Surface Inc. & Vermeer have joined forces to help solve the problem of Vacuum truck day lighting and HDD fluid material disposal, with the introduction of the FL‐243 & ST2000 or at the show called the “Mud Hub”.
STS has stepped outside of the box of manually mixing a dry powder into a pit or container of semi solid “waste” material with the thinking that this was very inefficient mixing and time consuming. We came up with a patent pending unit that is cost effective and simple to operate. The FL‐243 was born, manufactured and tested.
The unit has an 800 gal hopper that the waste wet material can be conveyed, pumped or loaded with an excavator and the screened top keep out anything over 3‐1/2” in size.
A hardened high quality auger running in a high abrasion resistant, covered trough conveys the wet material up and into a premix chamber where it is combined with a dry product. Although there are other available dry products on the market that will work with the FL‐243, STS has available specify designed, ENVIRO FRIENDLY products that have been tested with the FL‐243.
As these two exit the mix chamber as one and fall into the awaiting spinning flails, the materials are smashed, beaten and combined together in a homogeneous slurry and expelled into the awaiting pile or container to solidify into a mass that can be shovelled in as little as 15 minutes.
The auger speeds are variable allowing you to tweak the mixture to your liking. The unit also has other numerous features built‐in that the people at STS believe you may need.
The FL‐243 at the ICUEE was combined with the Vermeer ST2000 drive over Vacuum truck unloader. This unloader also stores and feeds the FL‐243 making it the perfect turnkey unit, also known as the “Mud Hub.
Together or apart these units make short work of your semi solids or wet waste material giving you piece of mind and better bottom line.