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Jet Vac Truck Resources

Welcome to Cloud 9 Services!


We are glad you have decided to join our Cloud 9 family.

We pride ourselves in being professional, efficient and providing top of the line service to the Central Florida Area. We know you will embrace our mission and values.


As an employee of Cloud 9 Services, you play an essential role to the company's success. That is why we aim to provide you with thorough knowledge and training of our equipment.

We wish you great success in your new role at Cloud 9 Services.

To begin with, watch the video below to see what a daily jet vac truck inspection should look like. The following video provides an in depth explanation of what to look out for. 

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When conducting the inspection you should refer to the checklist below. 

Driver’s side, behind cab

  1. Drain Air regulator (if so equipped)

  2. Check oil level in sight glass on blower gear cover. It should measure between half and full in the glass.

  3. Check oil level in sight glass on pulley side of the blower. It should measure between half and full.

  4. Remove dust cap from bottom of discharge silencer and empty out debris and/or moisture.

  5. Look for signs of leakage under the truck. If found, identify source.

  6. Move along the side of the unit and inspect water tanks for any signs of leaking or cracks.

Back of the truck

  1. Inspect the operator’s station

  2. Inspect jet hose condition.

  3. Check that wires and hoses are secure and not interfering with the reel.

  4. Check for door seal leakage.

  5. Check water pressure gauge

  6. Check tachometer

  7. Check that door locks are engaged

  8. Check boom hose

  9. Check for any water leaks from plumbing


Passengers side of the truck

  1. Move along the side of the unit and inspect water tanks for cranks and leaks.

  2. At the side control station, remove the water strainer from its housing and clean the strainer

  3. Open the micro strainer door and check too see if it needs removal and cleaning. If moisture is present, remove the cap on the bottom and drain out any moisture.

  4. Remove the oil dipstick on water pump to check oil level and inspect oil condition. If it is oily or milky, DO NOT OPERATE TRUCK.

  5. Check hydraulic oil level. Oil must be over half-full on sight glass.

  6. Check hydraulic return filter gauge. The arrow should be on green.

  7. Inspect the ground under the unit for any signs of leaking.

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