Part No. MAN, Rev. 1-0809 15 Figure 3-1. The right side of the VMT-1 trailer. Figure 3-2. The left side of the VMT-1 trailer. ERV-750 valve exerciser (optional) Tank drain Vacuum hose Locking toolbox (optional) Sprayer wands Water tank Spoils tank Tank inlet Control panel TM-7 valve exerciser (optional) Hydraulic tank Engine Sprayer hose reel Hydraulic hose reel (optional) Light bar controller Fuel tank Priming tank Vacuum filter canister
VMT-1 Valve Maintenance Trailer 16 Part No. MAN, Rev. EH. Wachs Figure 3-3. The back of the VMT-1 trailer. Figure 3-4. The vacuum blower, hydraulic pump, and sprayer pump as seen from behind the engine with the spoils tank tipped forward. Accessory storage box TM-7 swivel rail Spare tire (optional) Sprayer hose reel in optional mounting posi- tion Light barb blower Hydraulic pump Sprayer pump Drive belt cover
Chapter 3, Introduction to the Equipment Standard VMT-1 Equipment E.H. Wachs Part No. MAN, Rev. 1-0809 17 Figure 3-5. An alternate configuration is available with a diesel engine and traverse-mounted drive enclosure for the pumps.
VMT-1 Valve Maintenance Trailer 18 Part No. MAN, Rev. EH. Wachs Engine The standard VMT-1 engine is a Kohler gas model. A Briggs & Stratton diesel is available as an option. Gas Engine The trailer’s equipment is powered by a 27 HP Kohler Command Pro CH gasoline engine. This overhead cam, horizontal crankshaft engine has an electric starter. The engine operates the vacuum system, pressure washer, and optional hydraulic pump. The engine operates on 87 octane unleaded gasoline or on 10% ethanol gasoline gasohol blend. Use a winter blend fuel when running the engine in cold weather. The Kohler engine is provided with an Owner’s Manual and a Service Manual. Refer to the Kohler manuals for operating guidelines, maintenance, and service of the engine. Figure 3-6. The gasoline engine, shown in the center, powers all of the equipment provided with the VMT-1.
Chapter 3, Introduction to the Equipment Standard VMT-1 Equipment E.H. Wachs