Technical Specifications



The KINGVAC 11000 can extract both liquids and solids without a changeover procedure. Materials can include liquids, slurries, mud, sand, aggregates, dust, powder, and non-hazardous wastes. The debris tank can be polymer coated or made from stainless steel.

The KINGVAC 11000 positive displacement vac pump is rated to 6500m3 per hour at 1500rpm and can generate a vacuum of 27 inches of mercury (over 92 kPa). This enables extremely fast vacuum recovery times when the inlet is restricted and extremely high airflow when the inlet is free.

The options installed and the type of chassis will determine the weight carrying capacity.

The fuel tank capacity is 400 litres and 60 litres of AdBlue

Yes, the KINGVAC 11000 can come equipped with an NDD water pump and water tank. It also includes a retractable hose reel, hydrant filling point, water filters and low water level cutout.

Safety and the Environment

The filtration system has four separate stages and can remove anything larger than 1 micron if required, for a really clean exhaust. The first filtration stage uses rubber baffles to slow the velocity of entrained solids and liquids, then two cyclones and finally 24 pleated bag cartridges. An automatic reverse flow clears the bags regularly.

The KINGVAC 11000 is designed with safety in mind. All rotating shafts are covered. Many safety features are used including emergency shutdown, overfill protection, electrical isolation units, braid-covered cables, moisture-sealed electrical plugs and sockets, sealed control cabinets, slowed hydraulics, control interlocks, a remote emergency button on a cord and more. Vacuum stops trigger a relief valve on the tank.

A specially-designed muffler and sound deadening materials choices reduces noise to 85 DBA within a 7 meter radius of the machine.

Ease of Use

The KINGVAC 11000 works by creating airflow with a directly driven, positive displacement, roots type vac pump. The air flow enters the debris pipe at high velocity taking with it the debris which you want to load into the tank. Once entering the tank, the airflow slows down due to the large volume of the tank and the debris falls out of the air flow and settles in the tank. The air then flows through the twin cyclones and the baghouse where any remaining airborne debris is removed. It then travels through the vac pump and is emitted through the exhaust tubes as clean air. When the airflow into the debris pipe is restricted, the vac pump creates a strong vacuum in the tank which excepts pressure on the restriction, pulling into the tank.

The debris tank is equipped with a hydraulically operating rear door and a decant valve. To ease product removal, the debris tank can also tip to 47 degrees and is complemented by an electric vibrator to help free up deposits that won’t flow out.

The cab is a standard Volvo FM 8x4 Day cab with a 12 speed automatic gearbox and an 11 litre 410 hp engine. Optional extras include reversing camera, side cameras, digital video recorder, GPS, UHF radio, fire suppression system, rollover protection and falling object protection. We work directly with Volvo to ensure complete integration of systems.


The KINGVAC 11000 comes with built in telematics which enable a Kingvac technician to monitor the electrical system and sensors for abnormalities or faults. The technician can also make temporary modifications to enable the operator to safely finish their work and avoid a complete shutdown of the equipment.

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