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McLaughlin has introduced the V500 low-profile vacuum excavator designed to provide easier access to confirmed spaces. The vacuum excavator features a relatively short wheelbase and a height of only 84 inches, allowing contractors to access areas normally not acceptable to larger units.

May 01, 2009

McLaughlin V500 low-profile vacuum excavator McLaughlin has introduced the V500 low-profile vacuum excavator designed to provide easier access to confirmed spaces. The vacuum excavator features a relatively short wheelbase and a height of only 84 inches, allowing contractors to access areas normally not acceptable to larger units. With a 575-cfm blower, 3000 psi of water flow and a 3-inch diameter suction hose, the V500 low profile provides efficient spoil removal. The unit also includes a three-stage filtration system that allows for both wet and dry vacuum excavation and a quiet pack power system for reduced engine noise.

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