Save time, money and the environment
No need to load up city water to start work, or to stop several times a day for refills when your AllJetVac is equipped with the Vacall Recycler.
Vacall Recycler continuous water recycling system is a "Green That Works" option for AllJetVac combination sewer cleaners that can save time, increase working efficiency and conserve our natural resources.
The Recycler system vacuums water from sewer lines puts it through a five-step filtering process and then uses the same water to continue jetting. Located in the front of the debris tank for protection against stones and other vehicles, the Recycler system also includes a 240-gallon segregated clean water tank section attached to a 10 gpm pump and 50' hose reel for wash down.
Vacall is a Sourcewell contract supplier
Members of the Sourcewell cooperative purchasing agency can purchase Vacall machines without going through an extensive bidding process.
SAVE MILLIONS OF GALLONS OF CITY WATER EACH YEAR
One Vacall AllJetVac combination sewer cleaning truck can save an average of 5.7 million gallons of city water each year when it's equipped with a Recycler continuous water recycling system, which typically requires no city water at all. The water savings calculation is based on typical municipality usage statistics – using 80 gallons of water per minute, six hours per day, five days per week and 40 weeks per year. Individual city water savings may vary, based on jetting activity.
- Automatic continuous filtering
- No filter change
- No back flushing after typical cleanout work
- No need for city water
- No need to stop work and drive to refill water tank
- Lower truck fuel consumption with less truck weight
- Minimal overall maintenance
- Low energy consumption
- High throughput rate
- Separate 240-gallon tank and pump for wash down
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HOW IT WORKS
Vacuumed from sewer lines, water undergoes an initial sediment separation
Floating V-filtration screen, with back-flush, self-cleaning capability, filters water
Water moves through high-speed centrifugal action process to remove remaining tiny particles as small as 100 microns
Solids and fine particles are moved to the debris tank via pressure regulating valve system
Filtered water moves into tank for jetting
GREEN THAT WORKS.
The Vacall "Green That Works" collection of standard and optional advantages can help you save money, increase operating efficiency and protect the environment. All while continuing to deliver industry-leading vacuum and jetting forces.