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Part No. MAN, Rev. 1-0809 53
V
ACUUM
S
YSTEM
O
PERATION
Selecting a Vacuum Wand
Vacuum wands of different diameters are available. A standard (inside diameter) wand is provided with the vacuum system. A 1-1/4” wand is the most commonly used optional size. See Chapter 9 fora list of available wand sizes.
In general, use the largest wand possible for the work environment. Larger wands pickup more debris faster and are less likely to clog. Use a smaller wand when working in tight areas.
Setup and Operation
The standard suction hose is
20 feet long (longer length hoses can be ordered. Before setting up the vacuum system, position the VMT-1 trailer so that the suction hose reaches the work area. Ensure that the:

latch on the dump door of the holding tank is fully engaged.

holding tank drain valve is closed.

vacuum break lever on the back of the trailer is in the CLOSED position.
Leave the trailer attached to the vehicle when operating the vacuum. A self-standing trailer could move as the vacuum tank fills, causing operator injury or damage to the equipment.
1.
Park the trailer on level ground near the work site so that the suction hose reaches the work area. Keep the trailer attached to the vehicle when operating the vac- uum.
2.
Remove the suction hose from its storage location on the front of the trailer and lay it out on the ground.
NOTE
WARNING

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