Spoutvac looks to clean up at expo

Spoutvac looks to clean up at expo

Showing the market products that they won’t have seen before will be the focus for a specialist supplier at the waste industry’s newest event next month.

Spoutvac is among scores of suppliers and manufacturers to tap into the potential of the inaugural Waste Management in Action expo, which is being held alongside the International Truck Trailer & Equipment Show (ITTES) and Roads & Civil Works Expo.

The event takes over the Melbourne Showgrounds from 5 to 7 May, with more than 40,000 people expected through the gates.

“The combination of the three shows gives us a great opportunity to engage with customers in different types of industries, to most of whom our products and services are relevant,” says Spoutvac Industrial Sales Manager Rod Purtill. “We’ll be able to tackle some of the markets we don’t have business with or haven’t had contact with.

“It’s also based in Melbourne, which is the epicentre for the sale of our type of equipment, so it’s easier for our customer base to get to there,” added Mr Purtill.

The Bendigo East company will showcase its industrial vacuum, drain cleaning and industrial combination truck units, all of which incorporate Bosch Rexroth’s array of drive and control technology. Taking pride of place will be one of its newest models, the SV3750 8x 4 Boom industrial combination unit. This unit boasts volumes of 8,000 litres for debris and 5,000 litres for water, and incorporates jetting, vaccum and hydro excavation systems

All of Spoutvac’s industrial combination vacuum and drain cleaning trucks are configured as a turnkey package on the desired cab chassis and are built to last with full stainless steel bodies and pipe work. To boost efficiency, they are offered with a full hydraulic drive system that enables variable speed control, low maintenance and better weight distribution, while concurrently providing a higher level of health and safety.

“Each combination vacuum drain cleaning truck is provided with a remote control unit operating as part of the fully computerised control system or CANBUS, while our main control screen also provides diagnostics, pump speeds and flow rates and many other features,” added Mr Purtill.

Continual development of support

Spoutvac is renowned for supporting its customers to optimise and extend the use of their equipment. Maintenance and spares are provided by Spoutvac Australia’s support network, which currently looks after more than 500 units across the country. Its aftersales and service division is headed up by Shayne McDonald.

“The ongoing development and tailoring of this support system for key customers is a major focus for Spoutvac and is a critical element of our business,” said Mr McDonald. “We are focused on further developing this In Service Support of our units.”

The company also provides its customers with operator training to cover first level maintenance, safe operator practice, and selecting and correct use of nozzles for applications.

Spoutvac is encouraging visitors from all segments to see its products and units up close at the outdoor display areas of both Waste Management In Action and the Roads & Civil Works Expo. Attendees must register before or at the show to gain entry. Tickets are available through the Eventbrite website.

Spoutvac 3750 Industrial Combo at workThe SV3750 8 x 4 Boom Industrial Combination Unit at work.

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