No-Dig Down Under 2023 is the must-attend event for the trenchless industry, and with the theme of “Better outcomes through trenchless”, the equipment on show is set to be the best of new and emerging technologies.
Here’s a sneak peak of some of the equipment showcasing at this year’s conference.
Pipe Core is showcasing various pieces of equipment at this year’s No-Dig Down Under including the Hächler Climbolino® E electric milling robot and Picote battery powered mini cleaner.
The Hächler Climbolino® E is a compact battery-powered milling robot which has been specifically developed for present-day conditions in sewer rehabilitation.
It features a powerful electric milling spindle, blending capabilities and multi-dimensional functionality – all with the benefits and technology of heavy milling machines.
Elsewhere, the Picote Mini Cleaner is a cordless battery-powered model that makes quick work of cleaning, descaling, root removal, cutting, reinstatements and coating in DN32-75 pipes.
It has a range of 16 m and also features an 8 mm shaft that allows working in smaller diameter pipes, multiple bends and p-traps as small as DN50.
The family-owned business, DCS Manufacturing, prides itself on being a local Australian-made manufacturer, based in Dandenong South.
This year at No-Dig Down Under, the company is showcasing its non-destructive digging unit (NDD) 8000 series hydro-excavation system.
The high-capacity system can also be utilised for cleaning of wet-wells, manholes, pits and culverts as well as for general cleaning and removal of any wet products.
“We are continuously striving to be at the fore front of design and user-friendly equipment for the Drain Cleaning and Hydro Excavation Industry,” the company says.
“There are exciting times ahead for this family-owned business with many positive changes being made that will benefit current and future cliental.”
The G:MAX has an integrated hopper for direct feeding, a split screen for separating products and a control panel on board.
The system be used to process a range of solid/liquid wastes including road sweepings, gully waste, hydrovac waste and more.
The proven hydro-cyclone technology offers maximum grit recovery from wastewater – maximising product yield and minimising waste volumes to significantly reduce operational and disposal costs.
One of the leading industrial vacuum, non-destructive digging, dangerous goods, combination drain cleaning products, and industrial sweeper equipment companies, KOR, is exhibiting again at No-Dig Down Under this year, showcasing a multitude of equipment across its ranges.
“KOR are excited to be exhibiting again at No-Dig Down Under with increased capabilities within our national service centres including parts and accessories support and onsite mobile service vans across Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, and Hamilton New Zealand,” the company says.
“We are also eager to share some new and innovative products in Gerotto, Falch, and Vanguard, whilst also having strong representation of Cappellotto, Schwarze and KEG. Come down and talk to a team that cares about you and your needs.”
Design, engineering, and manufacturing company Kaiser Technology is showcasing its Kaiser AquaStar III. The versatile vacuum and high-pressure jetting truck is capable of performing in sewer, stormwater, hydraulic, excavation, dry suction and industrial loading industries.
The system also has full recycling capabilities in both sewer and stormwater conditions.
Featuring Kaiser’s patented KWP liquid ring vacuum pump, a KDU pressure convertor water pump and single-stage RotoMax water recycling system, the AquaStar III has a payload of 7000 kg on Australian roads.
Other companies such as Rob Carr, KRE Engineering, IMS Robotics Australia, OptionX Group, SECA, Access Detection and RSM Lining Supplies will also be showcasing their innovative equipment at this year’s event.
This article featured in the June edition of Trenchless Australasia.
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