Vac-Tron Equipment will be exhibiting at the WJTA – IMCA Expo in New Orleans on October 26th and 27th in Booth 737.
The WaterJet Technology Association (WJTA) was formed in 1983 at the Second U.S. Waterjet Conference in Rolla, Missouri, when the WJTA founders saw a need for an association to serve the rapidly evolving technology of high and ultra high pressure water jetting in its many applications.
Vac-Tron will be showcasing their JTV 873 PTO. This series of PTO truck driven system combines high CFM vacuum excavation with high pressure jetter capabilities putting this truck in a league of its own.
The Power Take Off of the truck drives a positive displacement vacuum blower that produces 1,000 cfm @ 16 hg vacuum pump. It also comes standard with reverse pressure, 800-gallon debris tank, 300-gallon water supply, 15 gpm @ 3000 psi water pump, hydraulic rear claw door, big red filter housing, and 500′ x 1/2″ jetter hose reel.
A major benefit of the PTO Driven unit is that all components are controlled from the truck eliminating the extra weight, space, and cost of the pony motor. The available towing package is another benefit allowing you to tow other equipment to the job site to help with efficiency.
This is an exceptional vacuum excavator for many projects including sewer jetting, potholing, storm drain cleaning, lateral clean-out and many more. Read More about the JTV 873 PTO on the product page.
Vac-Tron Equipment manufactures a full-line of vacuum excavators and has been the industry innovator for over 20 years. To help with safer and quicker digging, municipalities in the U.S. and worldwide have added a Vac-Tron unit to the fleet.
A Recent Case Study by City Water Supervisor for Tavares, Florida: https://www.vactron.com/city-tavares-vacuum-excavator-case-study/