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Mobile vacuum excavation process

A compact mobile vacuum boring, and excavation method comprising a device which will create a vacuum condition within a vacuum container and having a vacuum conduit to air convey a liquid and or solid particles into the vacuum container. The vacuum container air inlet & outlet conduit arrangement may also facilitate the separation of solids from the vacuumed air flow by producing a cyclone effect within the vacuum container. A circular cyclone effect is created within the vacuum container by the arrangement relationship between the inlet and outlet vacuum air conduits and baffles. As the air velocity slows, the solids precipitate out of the air and settle in the vacuum container. A housing with filters disposed within it is also adjacently mounted near the vacuum container in order to reduce the quantity of connecting conduits and facilitate a compact, efficient and clean interaction between the vacuum container and the filter housing. The vacuum container access door and the filter housing access door may be adjacently placed in near proximity to each other for user friendly access to empty and clean the vacuum container and filter house or a common door may access both. A compressible seal and conduit arrangement may be used as a quick disconnect between the vacuum producing means and the filter housing. A reversing valve arrangement may be used to back flow air through the filter. Sensors, data gathering, data logging and documentation of a service event may be included. The above systems may be mounted on a variety of mobile platforms.

Method and apparatus for supplying bulk product to an end user

InactiveUS20050260062A1Eliminate environmental exposureEliminate product degradationTank vehiclesMixing operation control apparatusMarine engineeringEnd user
A method and apparatus for supplying bulk material to an end user includes the step of providing a bulk material source that is at a location distant from the end user and a specially configured vessel and trailer apparatus for transporting the bulk material to the end user. The vessel is filled with bulk material at the bulk material source and then transported with a specially configured trailer. Alternatively, at source or destination, the vessel can remain as a temporary storage device, free-standing from the trailer. Other similar container configurations are provided as alternate containers for use with the method of the present invention. During transport between the bulk material source and the end user, the vessel is filled or partially filled with a selected bulk material. During transport, the vessel is in a generally horizontal position, supported by the trailer and a specially configured elevator. The vessel is unloaded from the trailer by moving the vessel longitudinally along the trailer and by transferring the vessel from a generally horizontal position upon the trailer to an elevated upright position. The vessel is then lowered from the elevated position to a lowered, final installed position that is behind the trailer. The vessel is preferably loaded with between about 1 and 50,000 pounds of bulk material. The vessel preferably has a volume of between about 500 and 2,000 cubic feet. The same trailer can be used to load an empty vessel. Specially configured outriggers help align the elevator with the vessel during loading of a vessel to the trailer. Different connecting frames can be used as an interface between the elevator and the vessel for differently configured vessels. In an alternate embodiment a trailer—rail—trailer system is disclosed wherein a trailer to transport a vessel to a first terminal, a special rail frame is attached to the vessel enabling a rail car to transport the vessel from a first to a second terminal and a trailer can transport the vessel from the second terminal to a worksite.

Drive across low-profile portable hydraulic trailer dumper

A drive across low-profile portable hydraulic trailer dumper for dumping the contents from a trailer containing a dumpable material, includes a towable elongated frame. A base frame with a deck pivotally attached hereto, which closes down and interlocks with the base frame. Making the overall height of the lift deck only seven (7) inches above the ground or pad site. Removable tread plates for use, when pulling a tractor and trailer forward, onto the trailer dumper. The lift deck has an adjustable chock for positioning the trailer during dumping. Actuators raise and lower the deck between a lowered position adjacent the base frame and a raised position for dumping the trailer contents. The trailer dumper has opposing cantilever wheels located near the back end of the dump for lowering a back end base frame to the support surface at the dump site, and raising a back end of a trailer dumper for towing. The low-profile trailer dumper has telescoping stabilizers located inside the base frame, and positioned under the deck lift actuators. Actuators located near the front of the base frame, lift and lower a front end of the frame between a low-profile dumping position for receiving the trailer and a raised towing position for hitching and towing the trailer dumper, from first dump location to a second dump location. A method of successively removing the contents from a plurality of trailers using the trailer dumper is also provided.
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