The Vacall AllJetVac R Series machines address an industry preference for rear reel positioning in high performance sewer cleaning. Equipped with a Recycler option, the AllJetVac can further improve productivity while saving up to 5.7 million gallons of water each year.
Designed, built and supported by Gradall Industries, AllJetVac R series uses jetting action and vacuum power to open clogged sewer lines and perform routine maintenance.
The R Series model, with a rear-mounted hose reel and boom, accommodates operators who prefer to work away from engine noise. The rear hose reel delivers jetting action in any direction with an optional axial pivoting base.
The Recycler option is available on AllJetVac models with either front- or rear-mounted hose reels, letting operators work all day without stopping for water refills. Water is vacuumed from sewer lines, put through a five-step filtering process, and then used for jetting back through the line. Eliminating refill trips saves fuel, as does the ability to operate a truck that’s light in weight because it is not carrying water.
The Recycler option is a part of the Vacall “Green that Works” package of advantages, including the AllSmartFlow CAN bus intelligent control system that is standard on all AllJetVac models. AllSmartFlow improves working efficiency by providing the operator with precise LCD controls to monitor and manage water flow.
AllJetVac models use just one engine instead of two for chassis mobility and to generate optimum vacuum and jetting power. This feature can save on fuel consumption, routine service, harmful emissions, and the purchase price of the unit.
To customize the models for specific applications and preferences, contractors and municipalities can choose decant valves, a cold water recirculation system, backup hose reel hydraulics, and multiple blower and water pump choices, including a proprietary 87 gpm/2000 psi 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.