Rapid Evacuation Tool (RETX)


Professional, rapid evacuation shop tool, orange anodized flanges.
Includes 3/8″ OD and 1/4″ OD step-down tubes to access smaller ports.

SKU: RETX Category: Tags: ,
SKU: RETX Category: Tags: ,
Patented: US Pat. Nos. 11,079,018, 11,662,021 - US Des. Pat. Nos. D927,636, D958,927, D958,528
28-110 oz cleaner capacities
Compact, low cost design
Features of Rapid Evacuation Tool (RETX):
  • Professional, durable design
  • Clear tank allows tank fluid level to be seen
  • Lever handle valve provides simple, easy process control and convienient holding during use.
  • Outlet ball valve allows quick change between vacuum and pressurizing the tank.
  • Can be used as a simple driveline service tool.
  • Evacuate cleaning fluids used for clean engine repairs.
  • Safely depressurize cooling system through overflow port.  Evacuate overflow tank and refill with new coolant.
  • Top off any automotive fluids.

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  • Multi-fluid tool can be used with any automotive service fluid.
  • Pneumatic powered service tool for both vacuum and pressure
  • Fluid can be drawn in with suction, rotate ball valve and pressure to evacuate the tool
  • Can be used to remove old fluid from vehicle or used to top-off vehicle with new fluid.
  • Tool operates at full line pressure to provide high vacuum, extra-rapid fluid evacuation
  • Robust, 150 psi tool design pressure.
  • Lever handle valve provides simple operation and ease of use.
  • Caution when emptying tool.  Feather lever gently to avoid spraying when tool empties.
  • 1/4 turn ball valve on vacuum block provides quick, simple way to empty the tool.
  • 40” long, 9/16” OD x 3/8” ID clear service hose.
  • Includes an internal, high fluid level, shut-off to help prevent over filling.
  • Tool can be hung by cable or positioned upright on the flat bottom for storage.
  • Offered in multiple tool volume sizes. BSVT16 is available for brake fluid services.
Service Instructions


① Connect lever valve to compressed air source.

② To evacuate, open the ball valve on the vacuum generator block.

③ Insert the clear service tube into fluid being evacuated.

④ Press lever valve until the tool is full or evacuation complete.

⑤ Stop evacuation when fluid level in the tool is within 2” of the top.


① Connect lever valve to compressed air source.

② To empty, close the ball valve on the vacuum generator block.

③ Insert the clear service tube into an appropriate waste container.

④ Hold service tube firmly & lightly flutter actuate the lever valve until the tool is empty.  Avoid fully pressurizing the tank.

⑤ Caution:  Once tank is empty, compressed air will blow until tank is depressurized.  Quickly rotating ball valve will help.


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