Case Study – Tesla Gigafactory, Nevada

by JRSBlogWriterApril 27, 2018
Just to the east of Reno Nevada sits a newly constructed, clean manufacturing facility of enormous proportions. Within the walls of this building are miles of vacuum waste plumbing, an advanced alternative to gravity plumbing that offers Tesla unrivaled flexibility and adaptability to meet ever-changing infrastructure demands. [More]

Case Study: Amherst County Adult Detention Center

by JRSBlogWriterApril 23, 2018
Amherst County Adult Detention Center finds the ease of maintenance and the security of vacuum plumbing to be of great benefit when it comes to the running of their correctional facility. Find out how Amherst County has improved safety and realized cost savings with AcornVac systems. [More]

AcornVac - A Medical Facility Money Saving Secret

by JRSBlogWriterJune 20, 2017
What if you could lease Class A medical facility space at Class B office building rates without sacrificing state of the art enhancements? Well, The Polyclinic and its mechanical contractor, MacDonald-Miller figured out how to do just that. [More]

Plumbing Challenge – What Lies Beneath Pier A Harbor House

by JRSBlogWriterSeptember 30, 2015
"we thought about what people would do on cruise ships and airplanes.” It was a brilliant analogy. Just like a plane or ship, the plumbing would have to be contained within the structure. AcornVac's vacuum plumbing systems provided the solution. [More]

Rep Spotlight – Steve Stone

by JRSBlogWriterDecember 1, 2014
Each month we sit down with one of our Morris Group International representatives and get to know them a little better. We’ll find out a bit abo... [More]

Rep Spotlight - Brian O'Saile

by JRSBlogWriterOctober 16, 2014
Each month we sit down with one of our Morris Group International representatives and get to know them a little better. We’ll find out a bit abo... [More]

Case Study: Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar

by JRSBlogWriterOctober 13, 2014
You’re putting the kitchen where, and you want the waste to do what? JBA Consulting Engineers pitched the owners on an AcornVac system which they felt would be much more reliable than sewage ejector pumps. Instead of trying to pump the waste out, the vacuum system would literally lift it under negative pressure or suck it right out with three key benefits – the vacuum system doesn’t require emulsion heaters; it isn’t the maintenance nightmare that sewage ejection of greasy waste can be; and the vacuum waste piping network doesn’t allow waste to leak out of the piping. [More]

Three Ways to Learn About Vacuum Plumbing and Get CEU Credits

by JRSBlogWriterAugust 18, 2014
AcornVac offers three convenient ways for architects, engineers and contractors to learn everything they wanted to know about vacuum plumbing in the m... [More]

Rep Spotlight – Matt Pardue

by JRSBlogWriterAugust 15, 2014
Each month we sit down with one of our Morris Group International representatives and get to know them a little better. We’ll find out a bit about their childhood, their pets and hobbies, their first job and whom they admire most.[More]

Healthcare CFOs and CEOs Ask, Why Are HAIs Still A Problem?

by JRSBlogWriterMay 27, 2014
Here we are in 2014 and HAIs are still a very real problem in healthcare facilities across the country. CFOs and CEOs of these facilities are asking why the problem has not been eliminated. The answer may not be to scrub harder. [More]