Reversible Drum Angel / Drum Pump

The ALL STAINLESS STEEL Reversible Drum Angel / Drum Pump / Reversible Drum Vac is a maintenance free system to recover spilled liquids, coolant, sludge, tramp oil, waste water and other liquids using only compressed air. The compressed air system attaches easily to any closed head of a drum (30 or 55 US gallon, or 45 Imperial gallon or 205 liter drum) The reversible feature allows you to fill or empty the drum in under two minutes with the simple turn of a knob. The flow rate can be controlled either by a shut-off valve or regulator, or by the knob itself. Drum should have a nominal wall thickness of 1.5mm (16 gauge) Sand in good condition to maintain integrity of system performance and safety. Using no electricity, these system last and last, unlike many electrical units that wear out quickly in harsh industrial environments. A built in safety feature prevents overfilling and spills.

Drum Pump and drum hand pump and barrel pump and electric drum pump:
The Nex Flow™ Drum Angel is an effective Drum Pump or Barrel Pump to replace a breakable electric drum pump and is far superior to a slow, cumbersome drum hand pump.

Drain Filter Separator Installation & Maintenance:
Drain Filter Separator Installation & Maintenance - Full instructions are provided with each unit when shipped.

Automatic Drain Filter Separator:
Automatic Drain Filter Separator is recommended with all Nex Flow™ products.

Liquid Transfer Systems:
Liquid Transfer Systems are mostly electric operated with motors that can wear out and can be easily damaged in wet and dirty environments. The stainless steel Drum Angel has no electrical parts to worry about.

How Reversible Drum Angel / Drum Pump Work




Reversible Drum Angel/Drum Pump for liquids - Compressed air enters at point (A) and into the Drum Angel/Drum Pump unit (B) which is mounted onto a sealed metal drum via the small hole.  An adjustable knob (C) controls whether he unit creates a vacuum inside the drum to fill the drum or pressure to empty the drum.  The liquid enters or fills the drum through a tube assembly (D) inserted and threaded into the large drum hole.  An elbow attachment (E) connects the tube assembly to the hose and attachment assembly (F) which collects or dispels the liquid.  Various attachments are available for liquid collection and transfer.