Mad Vax scoops most Innovative RRV Product award
The award, which recognises the exciting Mad Vax vacuum excavation system, was presented at the Network Rail awards, held on Wednesday night at Rail Live.
The award was presented to Quattro Group’s Head of Corporate Strategy, Bob Browning, who is delighted with the accolade:
‘The Mad Vax system is a truly innovative piece of equipment, and we’re delighted that it has been recognised at the Network Rail Plant awards. It has been very well received in the industry, and delivering efficiencies, especially during short possession times.’
The Mad Vax vacuum excavation system has all the power and performance needed to complete a wide array of rail applications from ballast removal to spillage clean up operation. The unit’s spoil capacity is an impressive 6m3, and with a side tipping hopper it can be emptied lineside, utilising a special split-lid spoil tank to give a lower overall profile and to reduce overall tipping height for works under overhead power cables or at a suitable location when off track. The machine is also equipped with a Powerarm and IKE rotating suction tube to aid in breaking up harder ground for improved efficiency.
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