Meet The Citysucker – A Compact Vacuum Excavator

PIER (UK) are proud to offer the compact Citysucker Vacuum Excavator; a smaller suction excavation model.

The Vacuum Excavator system provides a much more compact profile when mounted to a MAN 12-tonne twin axle chassis (or another suitable alternative), making it ideal for navigating around sites that have restricted access.

The units have twin circuit hydraulic systems that operate the boom and a compressor that utilises hydraulic oil HLP 46. The belt driven; oil cooled compressor air system uses a rotary compressor for up to 7 bar air pressure with 4m3/min air flow. There are 2 oiled and non-oiled air tool connections at the rear of the vehicle.

PIER (UK) have seen the increasing demand for their urban friendly, compact Citysucker range on housing developments and city centre works. Due to changes being made or utilities being installed at different stages, excavation work regularly needs to be carried out a later date when the previously installed utilities have become live.

On these types of sites, working areas are normally restricted for working space due to narrow road widths, working in sections to restrict the area under construction or tying into existing footpaths, roads or landscaping areas.  

High performance on a smaller scale

The Citysucker Vacuum Excavation units provide high performance in a compact, urban friendly design. Their smaller sizes makes them ideal for sites with limited or restricted access where large excavation units may have difficulty manoeuvring. This gives our team the ability to solve any logistical problems that our customers may have.

City sucker dimensions

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As the industry leaders in Vacuum Excavation, PIER (UK) will listen carefully to their customers’ requirements and provide a solution that is suitable for the job at hand.

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