SupaVac SV250-V Sludge Pump



SV250-V Sludge Pump

The SV250-V Mobile Sludge Pump is designed to transfer an extremely wide array of heavy sludges via 100mm suction and discharge lines.

The SV250-V sludge pump has the ability to operate with various SX Jet Packs ranging from 150 to 750cfm depending on the operator’s requirements.

The SV250-V mobile sludge pump is a vacuum loading pressure discharge batch system that can recover flowable slurries from up to 50 metres (164ft) and deliver the same in excess of 1000 metres (3280ft) whilst remaining a one man or fully automatic operation.


  • Thickener desludge
  • Petrochemical tank cleaning
  • Heavy crude transfer
  • Barge and hull cleaning
  • Sump and shaft de-mucking
  • Tailings and ash pond cleaning
  • Raw effluent pond desludging
  • Hazardous waste recovery
  • Transfer of mining slurries


The SV250-V mobile sludge pump can transfer in excess of 50 m3/hr @SG1.0 (132USGPM) depending on the required duty.

The SV250-V comes fully equipped with Next Generation pneumatic controls and ATEX Zone II conformity. SupaVac continues to meet the demands of the market through investing in technology and certifications.

We also have field evidence of our low pressure discharge system giving 25% air savings on a SV250-V sludge pump application.

Industry leading material transfer rates with 25% lower air consumption? Yes please SupaVac!

  • 100% compressed air operation
  • Intrinsically safe
  • Manual or fully automatic operation
  • High vacuum and high airflow
  • Throughput capacity up to 40 m3/hr @SG1.0(132USGPM)
  • Variable air consumption 150-750cfm
  • Robust and compact
  • Gravity feed capability
  • Roll cage and weather cover (optional)



Height 165 cm
129 cm
120 cm
680 kg
Air consumption options
150-270-400-600-750CFM at 85psi to 100psi
Up to 25”Hg+

25”Hg (85kPa)+ vacuum



  • Fork skid mounted
  • Suction inlet 100 mm (4”)
  • Discharge outlet 100 mm (4”)
  • Handles solids to 75 mm (3”)
  • Also available in Class 3 carbon, 316 stainless steel or polyurethane coated tanks