February 17-20, Indianapolis, USA - stand 5543
Soon we’ll cross the big blue to Indianapolis to again attend the Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport Show (WWETT Show). In case you missed the excitement last year? Be sure to come see us this time! The WWETT Show is the biggest pumpershow in the USA. A 4-day event from February 17-20. Check out the website for more information and FAQs. During the show sewer and drain cleaning professionals from all over the globe visit to catch up on the latest developments and participate in one of many offered seminars. Don’t forget to register to get a look at the latest innovations our industry has to offer!
For the second time Rioned will take the country the by storm and present our products to the American public. We’ve discovered that there’s a rising demand for light and compact machines designed for use in urban areas. That’s why we’re bringing our versatile AquaJet Diesel (equipped with eControl) and our FlexJet+ trailer along for the journey. These machines are perfectly qualified as “emergency” vehicles to clear blockages and support the sanitation of drains and sewers. The AquaJet Diesel can clear drains up to circa 12” (300mm) and can be mounted in a vast number of American panel vans such as the Chevrolet Express and Ford Transit Custom.
The hassle with big, clunky (pick-up) trucks on a busy city streets is a thing of the past! Not only does the AquaJet Diesel allow you to maneuver the city easily, it also reduces fuel usage.
The FlexJet+ is a handy and compact trailer with a powerful pump that can clear blockages in pipes up to 16” (400mm). This trailer is ideal for façade cleaning, drain and surface cleaning anywhere you want. It has a built-in water tank in which up to 145 gallons (550 litres) can be transported.
Our machines stand out because they are compact, super powerful and versatile, especially when looking at the number of Goliath-like constructions that are often less effective. See it to believe it!
Rioned will be represented by Dennis Maas and Hans de Laat at stand 5543. They’ll be ready to present our machines and answer any questions you may have.
Don’t hesitate to head over and see what all the fuss is about!