Super suction vehicle for environmental company

Published:  06 January, 2012

A Sussex environmental services company has welcomed a new combination-unit tanker with super suction power to its fleet of specialist vehicles.

CountyClean Environmental Services has invested in an Aquavac Super Combination Unit.

The pump on the vehicle is so powerful that it can collect liquid, sludge or fat in deep drains or sewers up to depths of 150 feet.

The team can also use the powerful jetting system, which can reach up to 2,000 psi and produces 80 gallons of water a minute, to clean underground drains or sewers in record time. There is also a special boom to help access difficult areas.

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