The XV8027 is a powerful, heavy duty debris collector designed for the toughest jobs. The loader uses the powerful Kawasaki 27HP 2 cylinder gasoline engine to outlast and outperform any debris collector on the market.

Features

  • Kawasaki 27HP gasoline engine
  • Belt Driven
  • 20 inch diameter Impeller made of T-1 steel
  • 10 cubic yard hydraulic dump box container
  • Quick Specs

    XV8027 Xtreme Vac XV8027
    Engine Kawasaki 27HP gasoline engine
    Impeller 20″ diameter with six 3/8″ thick blades
    Blower Housing Constructed of 11 gauge steel with 1/4″thick steel liners
    Suction Inlet Curb side pickup.
    Drive Type 3-grooved power band.
    Box Container 10 cubic yard capacity self dumping container constructed of 12-gauge steel.

    Detailed Specs

    Section Detailed Specifications
    Engine Kawasaki FD7500D 27HP water cooled gasoline engine.
    Air Cleaner Dry element with pre-cleaner.
    Radiator Pressurized, heavy duty.
    Radiator Screen Pull out screen.
    Engine Controls Mounted in clear view and reachable with ease inside a custom instrument panel. Controls and gauges include: throttle, choke, tachometer, hour meter and keyed ignition switch. Also included are indicator lights for battery charging, low oil pressure and high engine temperature.
    Drive Type Belt driven with 3 individual belts.
    Trailer Chassis Heavy duty channel steel, formed and welded. Chassis is consructed of 2” x 6” tubular steel with 1/4” wall thickness.
    Dimensions & Weight 108” tall x 76” wide x 190” long. Empty weight is 4,200 pounds.
    Axles Dual 3.5-inch high speed rubber Torflex towing axles rated at 6,000 pounds each with electric brakes
    Tires ST225-75R15 radials mounted on steel white spoke rims and EZ lube hubs.
    Tow Tongue Heavy duty 4″ x 5″ x 1/4″ thick wall thickness tow bar with pintle hitch.
    Pintle Hook Heavy duty pintle eye that is height adjustable without the use of tools
    Parking Jack Heavy duty top wind jack with steel foot.
    Trailer Lighting LED type stop/turn signals as well as clearance light.
    Impeller 20” diameter with 6 gusseted blades constructed of 3/8” thick abrasive resistant T-1 steel
    with a Brinell hardness exceeding 400. Each blade is gusseted on the back side and welded to a 1/4” thick backing plate. Impeller blades are flat with serrated tips for increased wear. Impeller is secured to the shaft via a taper locking bushing. The impeller is completely stress relieved via Bonal stress relief technology to eliminate weld cracking and weld distortion for the highest structural integrity possible. This makes for the strongest and longest lasting impeller on the market.
    Impeller Shaft 1.5″ diameter, hardened steel.
    Impeller Bearings Two 1-1/2” diameter double roller 4 bolt flange type bearings.
    Impeller Engagement Features a manually operated “slip belt” design. Operators have control of engaging/disengaging the impeller conveniently via a handle attached to a newly designed movable engine mount. The engine mount is spring-loaded slide with an over center cam that pulls the engine to the proper belt tension to engage the impeller.
    Blower Housing Outer housing is constructed of 11 gauge welded steel, front and back plates are 11-gauge steel. A safety kill switch is located on the face to shut down the engine if the intake hose is improperly attached.
    Liners Made of 3/16” thick steel and secured by 3/8” carriage bolts.
    Suction Inlet Located on curb side of unit, but unit can easily be remounted to pick up from the street side.
    Intake Hose 12” diameter x 120” long. Heavy duty wire reinforced .070” thick flexible urethane hose.
    Telescopic, manual operated hose boom which pivots easily on the boom socket for easy maneavability.
    Hose Boom Telescopic, manual operated hose boom which pivots easily on the boom socket for easy maneavability.
    Hoist Hydraulics Uses a double acting (power up/power down) electric/hydraulic pump which operates off of a 12-volt battery. The engine does not need to be on when dumping the unit.
    Dump Hoist Uses a Crysteel scissor style hoist capable of dumping 24,000 pounds for the unit. The hoist dumps at a maximum 52 degrees.
    Box Container 10 cubic yard self-dumping container constructed of 12-gauge steel with dual side-hinge doors which can be locked to the side when dumping.
    Vented Top Screens Two easily removable 1/2” expanded steel mesh screens are located on the top of the box container. These screens slide in a channel and bolt in place.
    Fuel Tank 12 gallon capacity fuel tank manufactured of 3/16” thick roto-molded polyethylene.
    Paint All metal parts are thoroughly cleaned, primed, painted and dried separately. Each part is primed with a rust inhibitor primer and is painted with two coats of automotive quality paint. The parts are then assembled on the unit so that bolts, nuts, cables and grease fittings are not painted. Standard Hopper color is White. Engine, blower housing and mounting platform are battleship grey color. Trailer frame, tongue and underside of the hopper are black in color.
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    The XV8027 is a powerful, heavy duty debris collector designed for the toughest jobs. The loader uses the powerful Kawasaki 27HP 2 cylinder gasoline engine to outlast and outperform any debris collector on the market.