(ODESSA, TEXAS — February, 2018) — Rush-Overland Manufacturing announced the introduction of the new Talos Vacuum Truck featuring the patented Load Boosting System (LBS). This new system allows for legally hauling 30% more payload in every state giving owners and operators greater efficiency and profitability on every job they do. By sliding the vacuum tank forward and taking advantage of all axle capacities, this system eliminates violations for overweight operation while distributing the weight toward the center of the truck. Another advanced innovation of the truck is the Quick Clean feature which eliminates the cleanup of the rear bumper, saving time and expense on each load. Because the Load Boosting System allows the tank to move toward the center of the truck, the need for an extended rear bumper is eliminated which improves both on-site safety and time.
“Rush-Overland takes pride in providing solutions that allow our customers to save time and increase their profits on every job,” said Jim Poer, Rush-Overland Manufacturing CEO. “The new Talos Vacuum Truck with its patent innovation is just one more example of our core value of continuous improvement for our customers, representing decades of engineering and innovation which improve efficiency, profitability and safety over alternative solutions.
With the ability to haul a larger load and better overall performance, the new vacuum series from Rush can be fitted with a variety of tanks, pumps, chassis and accessory options to meet the needs of our customers in nearly every application.” With the flexibility and versatility of this vacuum truck, Rush provides our customers the ability to customize the truck to meet their application requirements without sacrificing performance or efficiency of the LBS system.
Rush-Overland Manufacturing, headquartered in Odessa, Texas, is the leader in providing the highest quality and safest vacuum, heating, pumping and transportation equipment for the Waste Water and Oil & Gas industries. For more information please visit www.rushoverland.com.