A Guide to Remote Jetting Reels

Enabling contractors to undertake jobs at a distance from the jetting machine, these robust units are custom built in a range of configurations to suit the work requirement. The most common caterpillar track systems are especially suited to off-road terrains, such as fields, golf courses, railway embankments and canal or riversides.

 

FOR THE TOUGHEST TERRAINS

Remote jetting hose reels are designed for high-pressure jetting in restricted access sites where normal water supply is difficult, and rugged terrains inaccessible by standard jetting vehicles.

Remote Jetting Reel

1. CONTROLS

The joystick operated control panel allows for precision manoeuvring and efficient single-person operation. Units can also be operated remotely via a remote control handset.

2. ENGINES

Standard units are powered by a low-noise diesel engine. For indoor use, and in situations where fuel engines are prohibited, electro-hydraulic drive systems can be used.

3. REEL CAPACITY

Most units feature a hydraulic drive hose reel, available in various widths and hose capacities. A standard 1m wide reel has the capacity to carry 230m of 1” thermoplastic jetting hose.

4. CARRIAGE

Remote reel carriage configurations include tracked, wheeled and dumper arrangements. With a low ground pressure, tracks are ideal for use on delicate sites such as golf courses.

5. TERRAIN + STABILITY

Tracked units can operate on ground gradients up to 50% for working on steep slopes. Hydraulic stability bars and manual stabiliser jacks anchor the unit securely when in operation.

6. SAFETY + OPERATION

Beacons and LED work lights provide safe working conditions in remote areas and in low light. Units can be supplied with a stand-on platform or seat with seatbelt and anti-roll cage.

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