It’s about time you learned what we’re all about. The Sage Oil Vac team is hitting the road for the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) happening Oct. 1-3, 2019, at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville. The three-day show provides comprehensive insight into the latest technologies, innovations and trends affecting the utility and construction industries. Stop by to see us in booth N2004!
If you’re ready to know more or to get a free quote, fill out this Sage Oil Vac contact form. To celebrate your decision to take the next step you will be entered to win a one-year Flaviar Whiskey of the Month Club membership on us.* That means you will get more info, and you’ll also be entered for a prize. Sounds like a win-win to us!
1. Patented no-pump Sage system. Diaphragm pumps have been the industry standard for decades, but this oil extraction method needs constant, high-volume compressed air while you’re operating. Sage uses no-pump vacuum technology to pull oil quickly and efficiently from equipment without any moving parts. No pumps with Sage means fewer maintenance problems for a lower cost of ownership.
2. LubeBuilderTM system. Finding the right lube skid model for a work truck can be a struggle — especially when you have specific needs. Sage has the solution with our revolutionary LubeBuilder system (we’re serious, we are the only OEM doing this in the marketspace). As a completely customizable, a la carte lube system for virtually any vehicle, the LubeBuilder system cuts costs by allowing the customer to select only the things they really want and need for a more economic upfit.
3. Newly redesigned truck lineup. The Sage Oil Vac lube truck line up directly addresses operator concerns by offering smaller options (like our class 5 truck) to negate CDL requirements, including panels and components to provide more stable material transportation, optimizing weight management throughout every model and more. It’s all about helping operators make the most efficient use of their time.