SchellVac Trucks Focus on Reduced Weight and Extra Storage

SchellVac’s lightweight hydrovac trucks feature capacities between 8 and 12 metric tons

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Alex Scheller started SchellVac Equipment with his brother in 2004 in an effort to build trucks that solve problems in the hydroexcavation industry, and that’s just what they’ve done in the 14 years since. 

In this video from the 2018 WWETT Show, Scheller provides an example of one of those problems: weight restrictions. With that in mind, SchellVac keeps all of its design and manufacturing in-house, implementing aluminum components where possible, to create five different truck models with a range of payload capacities that are all road legal.

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