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Dec
14

VX30-250 Trailer Mounted Vacuum Excavator

Another Vermeer VX30-250 Trailer Mounted Vacuum Excavator has left our yard. This one is headed for the Pilbara region of Western Australia, where it will be used to keep a mine site, clean, tidy and safe.

The VX30-250 is a low-cost, highly portable system suitable for potholing, valve box cleanout, and a range of non-destructive digging tasks. With an array of helpful features, the operator has full control and autonomy over the entire job – from arriving at the job to the tank wash-down at the end.

Want to know more? Visit the VX30-250 page or speak to one of our team members today on (08) 94794994.

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