Bilfinger AIRVAC Water Technologies
AIRVAC Inc. is now Bilfinger AIRVAC Water Technologies Inc. We are the world leader in vacuum sewerage system technology. Formed in 1969, we have led the effort to take vacuum sewer technology from a zero base in the U.S. to the established, reliable form of sewage collection system enjoyed by many today. Bilfinger AIRVAC Water Technologies manufactures a complete line of top quality AIRVAC Vacuum Sewer System products, including vacuum valves, valve pits and vacuum station equipment. Customer support and service is provided every step of the way, including assistance with the planning, design, construction and operation of vacuum sewer systems. The combination of experience, top-quality products and superior customer support separates the AIRVAC Vacuum Sewer System from its competitors. Since our founding in 1969, we have maintained a singular commitment to excellence that has served to solidify our position as a trusted and respected brand that produces the highest-quality products and services.

Address

200 Tower Drive
Suite A
Oldsmar, FL 34677
United States
Phone: 813.855.6297
Fax: 813.855.9093

Product Categories

Aeration; Decentralized Wastewater; Industrial Wastewater Recovery; Contract Operation & Maintenance Services; Collection Systems; Onsite Wastewater Systems; Education, Training; Fiberglass Products; Toilets, Incinerator Systems; Training, Water & Wastewater Operator; Sewer Systems; Pumps, Vacuum; Package Lift Systems; Wastewater; Valves

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