At a time when many organisations are curbing capital expenditure, Lanes continues to invest in the most environmentally and technically advanced equipment out there, boasting a total of seven specialist recycling, sewer cleaning jet-vacs in our 95-strong tanker fleet.
Investing in greener technology
These Kaiser-Whale units recycle the water they use during jetting operations, maximising time spent working on site and minimising time spent off it taking on supplies of fresh water. That means it‘s time- and cost-efficient — and fuel-efficient too. Thanks to their green credentials, Kaiser-Whale recycling tankers are requested by a growing number of Lanes’ customers who want to use best environmental practices and comply with the commitment element of ISO environmental standards.
For culverts and large sewers
These machines are best suited to cleaning culverts and large diameter sewers. Mounted onto Volvo FM84R 8 x 4 chassis developing 440 bhp and complete with sleeper cab, the Kaiser-Whale 32-tonne GVW Jet-Vac tankers operate across the country on preventive maintenance and cleaning contracts for water authorities, utility providers and anyone else who would benefit from the Kaiser-Whale’s combination of power and environmental benefits.
High performance green machines
Our Kaiser-Whales have a ‘spiral cassette’ loading boom option, equipped with a 12m, 6” suction pipe. Besides providing a 300º rotation, this means the tanker can load up to depths of 8-metres below ground without the need to load additional hoses manually. For jetting, each tanker features a high-pressure water pump assembly and high performance liquid ring pump. The former delivers high flow and pressure performance, with a flow rate of 90gpm up to 200 bars. Located at the rear of the vehicle is a hydraulically operated Whale ‘Mega Reel’ that effectively handles a 180m, 1¼” heavy-duty hose.
For more information about the green credentials of Lanes’ Kaiser-Whale recycling jet vacuumation units, call us FREE on 0800 526 488 or click here to make an enquiry.
Lanes: leading by example.