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Posted on 12 Dec 2019 17:06:42

For Northumberland County Council Housing Services, versatility was key to creating a specification for their new responsive maintenance vehicle. Balancing the requirement for high-performance jetting against the need to reduce the overall weight in the van meant finding a specific solution. The lightweight V-Pack 2-Series by Andy Guest Jetters was able to measure up.

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Posted on 9 Sep 2019 12:47:02

While petrol-engine jetting equipment is nothing new to the drainage industry, manufacturers building high-performance drain cleaning machines have traditionally used diesel engines. But this has started to change due to the availability of more reliable and efficient fuel injection petrol engines, and as manufacturers factor in the new Stage V emissions regulations.

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Posted on 30 Jul 2019 13:54:00

The newly launched Andy Guest Jetters 4-Series van-pack jetting machine has been on the market for less than two months but has already made an impression at Metro Rod Lancashire. Built at the Andy Guest’s manufacturing facility in Keighley, West Yorkshire, the 4-Series has been developed in conjunction with the new engine manufacturer Yanmar and utilises a new water-cooled diesel engine which is lighter than its predecessor without compromising on performance.

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Posted on 4 Jun 2019 16:24:00

At the recent Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham we exhibited new products alongside our sister company Rioned. A recurring theme among exhibitors at the show was equipment that meets new emissions regulations and we were delighted to unveil the new Stage V compliant 3-Series Petrol for the first time.

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Posted on 1 May 2019 14:47:08

Jetting equipment manufacturer Andy Guest Jetters has launched a new model for its best-selling 4-Series van-pack range. The manufacturer says the new machine has been developed to provide improved performance, reliability and longevity, meaning lower whole-life costs.

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Posted on 4 Dec 2018 14:50:36
Retraining courses play a vital role in keeping drainage engineers up-to-date with the latest equipment and, perhaps more importantly, provide a refresher on using high-pressure equipment safely in a range of hazardous environments. For Auger, an independent drainage specialist serving the insurance industry, remote training course provided by Andy Guest Jetters have proved successful on several levels.Continue reading »
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