HotJet USA Announces the Platinum Series 4-in-1 Combo Vac ‘N Jet System

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HotJet USA Announces the Platinum Series 4-in-1 Combo Vac ‘N Jet System

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New for the 2020 season, HotJet USA is proud to announce the release of its new Platinum Series Vac ‘N Jet lineup. The Vac ‘N Jet 4-in-1 Combo is:

  • A high-powered drain jetter
  • A hydroexcavator
  • A power washer
  • A vacuum system

The Platinum Series HotJet II Vac ‘N Jet features the incredibly popular HotJet II power plant with 35 hp Vanguard engine by Toyota, 10 gpm at 4,000 psi, full-variable pressure and full remote control. The jetter can run with hot or cold water and cleans 2- to 12-inch lines.

The vacuum system is available with a choice of a 25 hp fuel-injected Kohler engine or 37 hp fuel-injected Vanguard engine and comes equipped with a 500 gallon spoils tank, 4-inch inlet/3-inch pickup, a Gardner Denver 4-inch vac pump, two 25-feet, 4-inch hoses with cam locks, 650 cfm/18-inch mercury, and a full three-point clean-out system for superior cleaning.  

In addition to jetting and vacuuming, this unit also includes a 6-inch hydroexcavating tube with cam locks and can also serve as a powerful pressure wash unit running hot/cold water with full variable pressure for cleaning up after the job. 

The Platinum Series HotJet II Vac ‘N Jet system truly is a machine that can do it all — vacuum, jet, hydroexcavate and pressure wash. The new Platinum Series Vac ‘N Jets are available with a choice of power plant including hot and cold water gas powered systems. Diesel powered options are also available. Orders for the new year are being taken now. For more information, call 800-624-8186.



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