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Combination Units

Hydro Cleansing’s combination units are capable of performing a wide range of specialised services, including but not limited to the following:

  • Desilting / Silt Removal
  • Liquid waste removal
  • Culverts cleaning
  • Gully emptying & cleaning
  • Pump station servicing
  • Interceptor cleaning
  • Drilling waste removal.

In addition to their powerful jetting units, vacuums and use of a reverse cycle facility, they are able to hold up to 13,000 litres of waste which can be used for collecting, transporting and disposing of waste, from sites.

Our unrivalled fleet enable us to treat each project individually, according to our client’s needs and requirements.

Specifications

Combination Units

  • High pressure jetting 3500psi @ 386 LPM
  • Vacuum power 1400 CFM
  • Vertical recovery to 40m + horizontal to 200m
  • Hydraulic Boom 225mm diameter + 6m reach
  • 13,500 litre waste capacity

Super Combination Units

  • High pressure jetting 4000psi @ 545 LPM
  • Vacuum power 3500 CFM
  • Vertical recovery to 70m + horizontal to 600m
  • Hydraulic Boom 225mm diameter + 6m reach
  • 18,000 litre waste capacity / 18 tonnes

Combination Units

Culvert Cleaning

Allowing water to pass underneath trails, roads, railways and embankments a culvert is a device used to channel and direct water, each varying significantly in size. Hydro Cleansing are specialists in cleaning and servicing culverts, operating a fleet of tankers that have the power and technology capable of tackling the most intricate, complex drainage system using of our high pressure jets and high powered vacuums.

Important in defending and protecting road beds, ditches, banks, pathways and embankments by collecting and channelling excess water, strategically placed culverts help ease  flooding, reducing erosion while helping to divert run off water to larger filtering areas. They play an important role, requiring regular servicing and maintenance, ensuring they work efficiently.

Regularly inspecting culverts, especially during seasons of heavy rainfall, is very important. Inspecting for signs of erosion, joint separation, bottom sag, pipe blockage, piping, fill settling, cavitation of fill, sediment build-up and the effectiveness of the inlet and outlet are essential. Our specialist engineers are experienced in all stages of servicing and maintaining culverts.

The experience we have behind us, has led to us consistently being able to provide an unrivalled service based upon dependability, efficiently completing the job in the minimum time possible, keeping costs and disruption right down.

If you wish to learn more on how we can help you with any culvert related issues visit our dedicated Culvert Cleaning website: www.culvert-cleaning.co.uk or call our head office on 080 256 5844

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