Xtreme Oilfield Services offers a fleet of Vacuum truck services. We have vacuum truck and trailer services complete with tandem drive, triaxle trailers or tri-drive with triaxle trailers. Our vacuum truck units are all complete with full code TC407 tanks.
We offer the following Services:
- Drilling mud disposal
- Desanding production tanks
- Plant turn arounds
- Fluid transfers
- Spill cleanups
Vacuum Trailer Units:
- Tandem drive c/w triaxle trailers or tri-drive c/w triaxle trailers
- Full Code TC407 Tanks
- 1400cfm blowers
- Capacity 24m³ to 30m³
Vacuum Body Job Unit:
- Tandem or tri drive unit
- Capacity 10m3 to 15m3
- 1400 cfm blowers
- Available with floater tires, air boss system, tank agitator, boom arm
- Full Code TC407 Tanks
- Also available with fully equipped towable well site trailers
Frequently asked questions
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At Xtreme Oilfield, we have Tri-Drive Trailer Vac, Tandem Drive Trailer Vac, Tri Drive Body Vac, and Tandem Drive Body Vacuum trucks available.
Our vacuum trucks can haul up to 30 m³, depending on weight.
We have 50 trailer vacuum trucks available.
Xtreme Oilfield provides services across Alberta, Northeastern BC, and Western Saskatchewan. This includes vacuum truck services in St Paul, Bonnyville, Conklin, Fort McMurray, Wabasca, Whitecourt, Grande Prairie, Vermillion, Dawson Creek, Fort St John, Lloydminster, and Kindersley.
For more information about Xtreme Oilfield vacuum truck services locations, contact us today!
A vacuum truck is used to remove liquids, slurry and sludge from a location into its tank. This allows the substance to be transported to another location, either a soil transfer station or disposal site.
The suction hoses do not extend beyond 50 metres (160 ft). This is because of an inherent suction limitation of all suction pumps; after 50 metres they can only lift a liquid by utilizing atmospheric pressure.
Vacuum trucks are essential in quickly clearing hazardous waste or oil spills, and storing any dangerous materials, which prevents them from contaminating the environment or entering local waterways. When disaster strikes and pits or trenches collapse on workers, emergency services can rely on vacuum tankers to quickly suction any sludge or soil from the accident site.
Hydro excavation uses high-pressure water and vacuum technology to cut through dirt, rocks, and debris – in a clean and safe manner – to expose utility and electrical systems, pipelines, or to clear a path for the next stages of construction. Our vacuum trucks for septic systems also double as hydrovac trucks, making the job easier and more precise.