Suction excavator to suck, pump and excavate in total safety
Our suction excavators and auxiliary machines are fitted so as to comply with the safety standards specific to each industrial site. When we carry out work in ATEX areas, which is the case in the petrochemical industry and in refineries, our suction-excavators are fitted with additional safety devices such as: engine and machinery emergency stop, air-operated emergency shutoff valves, flame arrester on exhaust line, protection by equipotential connection and earthing, 4-gas detection unit in the skip with device for measuring the explosive rates of the materials which have been sucked up.
MASE certified company able to work on major hazard sites
NewTechResentra has MASE certification confirming its status as a subcontractor qualified
to operate on industrial major hazard sites, particularly in the Petrochemical and
Operators trained in safety and qualified in chemical hazards
Our technicians working on-site are qualified in chemical hazards N1, N2 (GIES equivalent), ATEX, in the use of individual breathing apparatus and harnesses, for working in confined spaces, and have electrical qualification H0B0, along with the gas and LPS passport (EXXON MOBIL training). They take part in safety briefings and undergo regular training in the safety standards in an industrial environment.
Suction inside industrial building
Emptying of settling tank with auxiliary robot-controlled machine
Excavation for clearing network on ERDF site
Excavation to release cutter head
Assistance in dismantling an industrial site
Emptying of settling tank on chemical site
Suction in a storage unit and bagging into big bags
Abrasive suction in refinery
Excavation for installation of lighting column on ERDF site
Excavation for creating trenches on electrical site
Suction of alumina dust
Suction of hydrocarbons on disused site
Emptying sand filters by suction
Emptying a skip on site
A special requirement? We develop bespoke tools!
Suction and pumping of all types of materials and substances, chemical products, hydrocarbons, powders, etc.
Compliance with specifications provided and with product safety data sheets.
Excavation in hazardous areas
Auxiliary tools connected to the suction line to access places inaccessible to a conventional machine (marshes, fields, sandy areas, etc.).
Development of bespoke machinery perfectly suited to specific constraints
Search for buried networks
Clearance of pipeline or hazardous objects (bombs, shells, etc.)
Search for leaks
Exposing fuel tanks
Excavation for work on networks, installation of piezometers, etc.
Emptying of silos and tanks by cyclone
Suction on asbestos-removal project
Loading sundry contents into big bags
High-pressure cleaning of tanks, bins etc.
Transport to specific treatment sites or channels
Maintenance of effluent and rainwater networks, pumping of pits
Removal of sand from settling basins