The VXT500 truck vac has 8-cu yds of debris capacity and 850-gallons of water. The truck’s engine, through an OMSI soft start transmission, powers a 4,800-cfm @ 27 hg vacuum blower and 13-gpm @ 3000-psi water system. The 54,000 GVWR rated axle configuration allows for maximum utilization of the 8-yd spoil tank.
Two VXT600 models offer two different tank sizes. Choose from an 11-cu yd debris tank with 1,300-gal water capacity or a 16-cu yd debris tank with 2,400-gal of water capacity in the central tank. Both sizes feature a built-in 10-degree floor slope along with a three-stage lift cylinder and a full radius half-moon rear door for efficient unloads. They also feature the powerful Jurop Helix 6400-cfm PD Blower driven by the OMSI transfer case with blower soft-start engagement.
The VXT300 series of truck vacs is designed for contractors focused on fast and reliable vacuum excavation from jobsites to dumpsites. The VXT300 series is available in an 8-yd³ (6.1-m³) spoil tank capacity with 800-gal (3,028-L) water tank capacity. Meet project deadlines using the productive 6-in (15.2-cm) PTO-driven truck vac with 3,500-cfm (99.1-m³/min) “free air” and is capable of 18 in Hg (.6 bar).
The jetter truck vac (JTV) 873 series is a PTO truck-driven system available on Ford chassis. This full line of JTV is available with an 800-gal (3,028.3-L) debris tank and 400 gal (1,514 L) of water. The PTO of the truck drives positive displacement vacuum blowers that produce 1,000 cfm (1,699 m3/hr) along with high-pressure jetter capabilities putting this truck in a league of its own.
The hydro truck vac (HTV) series is a PTO-driven system available on Ford chassis. The full line of HTV is available with an 800-gal (3,028.3-L) debris tank and 400 gal (1,514 L) of water. The PTO of the truck drives positive displacement vacuum blowers that produce 1,000 cfm (1699 m3/hr).