Posted on 12 Nov 2019 17:39:56

Rioned has announced the production roll-out of the world’s first high-performance electric van-pack jetter. Models are expected to be available to purchase in the first quarter of 2020, with interest for the eCityJet growing among utility companies and contractors.

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Posted on 9 Sep 2019 13:15:20

In response to demand across the European drain and sewer cleaning sector, Rioned has recently relaunched the most compact jetter in its range of van-pack machines. The new UrbanJet now features an 18.5KW Kubota Diesel Engine, which meets EU Stage V emission regulations for non-road diesel engines.

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Posted on 30 Jul 2019 10:05:00

In light of the new emissions regulations and the launch of inner-city Low Emission Zones it is becoming increasingly incumbent on drainage contractors to purchase new machinery that is Stage V compliant. For Kent-based TW Drainage, who undertake a wide range of drainage work across London and the South East, the new 7.5t RioCom PTO (power take-off) combination unit seemed an obvious choice.

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Posted on 13 Jun 2019 10:05:00
The action-packed recent round of exhibiting in the UK and Germany is the culmination of several years’ product development work. We believe our new product range represents a leap forward in delivering “future proof” sewer and drain cleaning equipment to our global customer base.Continue reading »
Posted on 27 May 2019 11:05:04
At this month’s Ro-Ka-Tech Exhibition in Germany, we launched our new all-electric, van-pack jetting machine. Heralded as “The future of Sewer Cleaning”, the eCityJet is the world’s first fully electric sewer-cleaning machine for drains with a diameter of up to 350mm.Continue reading »
Posted on 16 May 2019 12:04:08

Rioned has announced the launch of two new 2019 emissions compliant models for its popular CityJet van-pack range. Both models offer comparable performance figures to the current diesel engine model and are available in petrol engine and PTO-driven versions.

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