Vacall AllJetVac P Series combination sewer cleaners use a positive displacement blower system to create reliable jetting and vacuum forces while efficiently opening and maintaining critical lines.
AllJetVac models have a blower system powered by the chassis engine, unlike other sewer cleaners that require two engines. The Vacall design reduces fuel consumption, slashes service time, and eliminates extra harmful emissions while holding down the overall cost of the machine.
For added efficiency, the AllSmartFlow CAN bus control system is standard, allowing operators to manage vacuum forces as well as water flow, using only the proper quantity of water and thereby reducing unnecessary refill trips.
Vacall sustainability advantages include standard aluminum water tanks and optional galvanized debris tanks—both with lifetime warranties. P Series models have a front-mounted, pivoting hose reel and an 8-foot, 6-inch extending boom with 180° rotation.
Also available are R Series models with a rear-mounted hose and reel system, accommodating some operators’ preference to move the reel away from the heat and noise of the engine. A Recycler option for P Series machines filters and recycles water used for jetting, reducing both consumption of processed water and time spent for refills.
For greater productivity when dumping debris into roll-off containers, a high-dump option raises the tank 16 inches above ground level and tilts it while shifting the tank back 21 inches, avoiding spillage.
To further customize the models for specific applications and preferences, contractors and municipalities can choose decant valves, cold water recirculation system, backup hose reel hydraulics, and multiple blower and water pump choices, including a proprietary 85 pgm/2000psi water pump with 30-minute run-dry guarantee. Debris tank capacities are offered in 6-, 8-, 10- and 12-cubic yards. Water tank capacities include 1,000, 1,200 and 1,500 gallons.
Originally posted on Government Fleet