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.
This innovative hydro vac solution features a “Detachable Box.” Designed for efficiency, this unit utilizes its boom a a vacuum source that can fill or unload containers while the hoist can be used to unload and pick up containers repeatedly – all while remaining at the job site. The VXT600D is specifically designed for service companies that deal with vacuum boxes and run hundreds of feet of hose to get to the work area.
The VXT8 series of MEGA VACS is designed for contractors focused on fast, safe and reliable Vacuum excavation from job sites to dumpsites. The VXT8 series is available in an 8 yard spoil tank capacity. Meet project deadlines using the productive 6” PTO Driven MEGA VAC with 3,500 “free air” cfm (99.1 m3/min) and capable of 18” of mercury.
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).