New entry-level machine now available from Bucher Municipal

Bucher Municipal has announced a new addition to its sewer cleaner range. The new CityFlex C40 Viking unit provides an entry level product to the CityFlex range but with all the high specification extras customers expect from a Bucher machine.

The company says this new sewer cleaning machine offers the same outstanding performance, build quality and reliability as other models in the CityFlex range, but in a no-frills, cost-efficient package.

The CityFlex C40 Viking is based on their 12 tonne chassis and offers the lowest cost of ownership for a first response vehicle. It has a practical moveable partition enabling operators to divide the tank into two flexible compartments, maximising daily work and increasing business revenue. Operators can start the day with a full tank of water, then move the partition as they work, ending with a tank full of sludge.

The machine benefits from a suction performance of 5750 l/min and 40m of 3-inch hose for reaching areas at a distance. Its jetting capabilities stand at 127l/min (160 bar) with 150m of 3/4 inch hose plus nozzles included.

The tank is made from boiler plate steel which goes through an 8 step (corrosion class C3) paint process, ensuring it can withstand the harshest conditions.

As their customers have come to expect from their best-in-class CityFlex range, Bucher says their machines are built without compromising the safety and comfort of the operator. As such, the entry-level CityFlex C40 Viking model includes 2 x double cupboards for storage and a 14-function remote control as standard.

The vehicle also benefits from a 50m hose to get to those hard-to-reach areas, and as the jetting hose is only 1 inch thick, it can navigate small pipes easily.

The CityFlex C40 Viking is in-stock in the UK and could be ready to tackle sewer cleaning operations in as little as 4-weeks.



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