Keith Monks, Loricraft and Albert's RCM Mk5 all use the same principle.
Loricraft is the least expensive of the three, though still around $2K+ depending on the model. My PRC-3 is no-frills, but built like a tank and capable of cleaning dozens of LP's in a session without a hiccup (I once cleaned 37 in a single go, the vacuum pump ran for 9-10 hours non stop.)
I agree that records cleaned on these machines sound cleaner than on vacuum wand style machines like NG, VPI, Clearaudio, etc. The only downside, other than the cost, is that it's notably slower. Each vacuum pass takes a bit over a minute, so if you use multiple fluids the time per side adds up. The results make it worth it, for us, but that's a personal decision each of us has to make.