Mini Vacuum Unit MPW’s Mini Vacuum Unit provides an alternative to traditional vacuum systems by utilizing an increased power level and capacity.

MPW’s Facility and Environmental Management Division (FEM) is a leading provider of industrial cleaning and maintenance. With the most experienced workforce in the industry, MPW operates innovative equipment to escalate productivity, increase quality and minimize operational costs. FEM is a major provider of waste prevention, minimization, recycling and handling professionals.

The Mini Vacuum Unit is a trailer-mounted, propane-powered, wet-vacuum system. The units are set up with a reversible-airflow system for pressurized off-loading, which uses a 2-to-4-inch suction hose. The engine is a three-cylinder LP gas-powered engine. The pump, which is rotary vane and oil injected, is capable of displacement up to 360 cubic feet per minute and vacuum levels up to 27-inch Hg. The rotary vane pump is also protected by a stainless steel final filter. Vacuum/pressure gauges are located at the tank and in the final filter housing. The tank has a 12-inch primary shutoff with stainless steel ball to stop the tank from over filling. The tank inlet is 3 inches with a shutoff valve and a 4-inch cam lock. The unit is equipped with a 10-gallon secondary shutoff cyclone separator in case fluid bypasses the tank and primary shutoff. Typical uses: paint/sludge removal, machine sump cleaning and other various wet vacuuming tasks.


  • Trailer mounted
  • Propane powered, three-cylinder engine
  • Rotary vane vacuum pump with final filter
  • Oil-catch silencer
  • Overflow protection


  • Paint booth and machining sumps
  • Oil spills
  • Trenches and drains

Our employees undergo a rigorous training program of both theoretical and practical hands-on training at one of our facilities. MPW ensures precision and efficiency, allowing its customers to continue operations, while minimizing downtime.



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