DCS Manufacturing is experiencing continued success as valued clients SureSearch and Nu-Jet have made more purchases for machinery and equipment that are already been using on projects across the country.
Established in 1993, DCS Manufacturing has long been servicing the stormwater and sewer drain cleaning and vacuum recovery industry. With specialised systems underpinned by its extensive range of accessories and spare parts, DCS also holds a large inventory of support equipment that cover tasks from basic pipe cleaning through to tree root and concrete removal.
The company says it has entered an exciting new phase in its ongoing development as it broadens the horizons in the industry by offering products, services and technology that have never been seen before. With a passion for research and development, DCS says its philosophy is building long-term relationships with customers by delivering quality products, the right advice and the best outcomes.
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Attesting to this philosophy of building long – term relationships is SureSearch Underground Services, a leading utility locating, mapping and asset protection service provider with operations all over Australia. Due to its recent expansions into Victoria and southeast Queensland, SureSearch required an additional combination jet and vacuum truck to add to its growing fleet.
SureSearch chose DCS’ Extractor, an Australian designed and manufactured system that complies with all Australian Standards and Compliance Regulations, after previous experience with the company and its machinery.
The Extractor is a high-pressure jetting system with vacuum recovery that offers an all-round solution to cleaning and maintenance of stormwater and sewer lines with its hydro – excavation capability. The machine is equipped with both remote and manual controls, has an 8,000 L debris collector body, a water capacity of 6,000 L and a hydro pump of 200 bar.
SureSearch prides itself on using the latest equipment to provide its customers with unprecedented results for safe excavation, construction and planning, saying the “DCS Extractor has been a fantastic, simple to use machine compared to others on the market”.
It has been used on multiple projects around Sydney for both jetting and non-destructive digging (NDD) while also venturing into the Snowy Mountains for stormwater culvert cleaning.
Now, SureSearch says it can provide all NDD and jetting requirements out of its Melbourne, Brisbane, Unanderra, Sydney and Central Coast depots, and DCS Manufacturing says it also offers both extensive spare parts back up and service support across the country.
Offering a full range of drainage and relining solutions, Nu-Jet says it is a local drain cleaning, plumbing, lining and CCTV specialist that can take on any residential or commercial requirements and will continue to do so using its Longo 5000 Combination Unit.
The Longo 5000 is a combination high velocity jetting system with vacuum recovery, encompassing a compact and versatile system featuring high velocity jetting and an industry leading vacuum recovery system.
Designed for the cleaning and maintenance of sewer and storm water lines along with vacuum removal of waste from wet walls, septic tanks, collection ponds and more, the Longo 5000 Combination Unit is simple in its operation, requires low maintenance for its upkeep and provides built-in safety features for the ultimate protection of both operator and system.
The machinery comes with remote and manual controls, a 5,300 L debris collector body, 2,500 L of water capacity and a hydro pump operating at 210 bars. Longo is a leading advanced engineering company with more than 10 years of experience in manufacturing vehicles for the environment, allowing it to gain leading positions in the European and global markets.
DCS Manufacturing delivered Australia’s first ever Longo 5000 Combination Unit in March 2020 to Glen Eira City Council in Victoria after becoming the exclusive Longo agents and distributors across Australia and New Zealand.
This article was featured in the September 2020 edition of Trenchless Australasia. To view the magazine on your PC, Mac, tablet or mobile device, click here.
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