Sewer Jetting Vehicles & Equipments
A sewer jetting vehicle is a specialized truck that is equipped with a high-pressure water jetting system. The jetting system is capable of generating water pressure of up to 4000 PSI, which is enough to break up and remove even the toughest blockages from sewer pipes. The sewer jetting vehicle is typically fitted with multiple nozzles, which are designed to target specific areas of the pipes for cleaning.
Sewer jetting is a highly effective method for cleaning sewer systems because it uses high-pressure water to remove blockages from the pipes. This high-pressure water is created by a specialized sewer jetting machine, which is mounted on the truck. The sewer jetting vehicle can access pipes through manholes, making it an efficient and convenient solution for cleaning sewer systems.
Many communities turn to Sewer Jetting Vehicles & Equipments to clear the pipes of underground sewage. This process is seen as an alternative to traditional methods of plumbing, which can be very expensive and time-consuming. One downside to this process is that it can only be used on smaller drains, as jetting cannot reach areas that are more than 3 feet below the surface level.
Procompactor Sewer Jetting Vehicles are used for cleaning underground sewer pipelines and helping the water flow continue its direction. The process of cleaning is carried out by first using a high-pressure water jet powered by a pump to spray the water from its truck-mount tank spray water through the nozzles thus helping the blockages and deposits loosen up. Loosen up material then vacuumed to finish up the operation.
In modern life, Sewer Jetting Vehicles and Equipment are required with high demand to help solve the underground sewer pipeline maintenance for the city infrastructure issues.
Procompactor provides truck-mount jetting vehicles with a variety of options and capacities.
Technical Specs Sewer Jetting Vehicles
In addition to its cleaning capabilities, sewer jetting vehicles are also equipped with safety features that protect workers and the environment. For example, the truck may be equipped with a vacuum system that removes any waste material that is generated during the jetting process, reducing the risk of contamination. Additionally, the jetting system may have a filtration system that separates solid waste from the liquid waste, allowing for proper disposal of the material.
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Tank Details and optional Accessories
Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel Material Used in the construction of the Tank Body
Optional Accessories on Sewer Jetting Equipment
- Rotatable 270° Suction boom
- Hose drum Cassette type
- Stainless Steel Tank
- Additional water tank made of stainless steel
- Hydraulic tailgate locks
- Hydraulic – Electric crane
- Tank discharge with pressure
- Auxiliary Hose Reel
- Hydraulic tank tipping (lifting option)
- Pneumatic suction valve
Standard Tools comes with Sewer Jetting Vehicle & Equipment
4 pieces of 3 mt 4” suction hoses
3 mt 6” coupled discharge hose
2 cylindrical rotating lamps
Oval type nozzle
Vacuum Pump & Blower
Hose Reel – Cassette boom-type – Telescopic-boom type for
Sewer Jetting Vehicle & Equipment
Sewer jetting vehicles are a crucial tool for maintaining sewer systems and preventing backups and overflows. The high-pressure water jetting system is capable of removing blockages from pipes, and the vacuum system ensures that the material is safely and efficiently removed from the pipes. Additionally, the safety features of the sewer jetting vehicle protect workers and the environment, making it a responsible and effective solution for maintaining sewer systems.
In conclusion, sewer jetting vehicles are a key tool for maintaining sewer systems. The high-pressure water jetting system and vacuum system provide an efficient and effective solution for removing blockages and debris from pipes, preventing backups and overflows. Additionally, the safety features of sewer jetting vehicles protect workers and the environment, making it a responsible and innovative solution for maintaining sewer systems.