We have taken delivery of the first of three RCV ultra max combination units purchased from Barnsley-based road tanker specialist, RTN Clayton Vallely, with two more due to arrive next month. Providing outstanding vacuuming and jetting capability, two 26-tonne units and one 32-tonne unit will be used to carry out planned and reactive drainage maintenance for clients in a range of key sectors, including facilities management, highways, rail, utilities, energy, chemical processing and construction.
Jet Aire Managing Director, Darren Pavan, said:
“Our RCV ultra max combination units will be a valuable addition to our extensive and wide-ranging fleet which also includes marketing-leading FlexLine 414 recycler units. This investment, which forms part of Jet Aire’s long-term growth strategy, has further increased our capacity to service the industrial cleaning and waste removal projects which are the core of the company’s business.
“The impact of coronavirus has been severe in every sector and Jet Aire have made some adjustments to our operations in line with government guidelines, but as key workers our drainage engineers continue to carry out essential reactive cleansing, remedial and relining works to keep oil, gas, electricity, water and sewage networks in full operation. They are working diligently, and above all safely, to ensure the prevention of pollution incidents and the protection of our country’s infrastructure. We are very grateful for the dedication and commitment of our engineers on the frontline – the availability these new jet vac units will help them in their task.”