In BusinessSince 1987
CA, FL, GA, ID, IA, IN, MA, MD, MI, MO, NC, ND, NE, NY, OH, TX, WI
Crew Chief Fluid Evacuators with features and benefits not found on most competitive models.
Designed to remove used oil and other fluids from any vehicle when conventional draining methods are not practical. Charged unit is completely portable. Fluid removal can be done almost anywhere without the need of an air hose.
Fluid evacuators remove used oil and other “non-flammable” fluids from almost any vehicle using compressed air and an on-board venturi vacuum process.
Evacuators are great for a variety of applications including:
Venturi Vacuum Generator
When compressed air is introduced to the supply port, the venturi vacuum generator creates a vacuum in the steel tank as the air is exhausted out of the other end.
The easy-to-read vacuum gauge lets the user know when the proper suction level is achieved. This "go/no go" gauge is color coded and connected to the on-board venturi.
7' Suction Hose
To evacuate fluid, special probes and adapters are connected to this 7' suction hose. A firm push connects the probes to the suction valve. Open the ball valve and the suction starts - close it and it stops.
When the tank is full and needs to be emptied, the self-evacuation feature makes this task quick, easy, and with virtually no mess. Simply connect shop air and the 10' quick connect evacuation hose and the fluid is removed.
Convenient Storage Tube
Six suction probes and three "OE" adapters are included with the evacuator. A convenient storage tube assures that the proper probe will be readily accessible when required. An easy-empty catch cap is also provided to capture oil residue left in the suction probes after use.
Probes & Adapters
All Crew Chief Evacuators come with six suction probes and three "OE Style" adapters.
Transparent Recovery Bowl
The 2-gallon transparent bowl gives the operator the option to check quantity and quality of oil prior to discharging it into the tank below. This is useful when it is important to identify the amount of fluid recovered from a particular application. The bowl is heat resistant with a 212°F maximum working temperature.
Probes (included with evacuators)