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We Learned Early to Listen to Nature and Our Customers

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AquaTeq was founded in the mid-1960s as a consulting firm in the water and sewage industry. Our customers were small municipalities in the southern Swedish countryside. The municipalities did not have enough expertise of their own and employed us to design, build and maintain their water and sewage systems. One consequence was that AquaTeq purchased one of Sweden's first jetting vehicles. In 1970 a law was passed required the annual emptying of household septic tanks. At that time hardly anyone had seen a vacuum tanker and the municipalities asked AquaTeq to help. We purchased several vacuum tankers and began to empty household septic tanks.

The vehicles of that time had major deficiencies in terms of their functionality and work environment. We rebuilt existing equipment but also designed and built new equipment to make our own work easier. The result was equipment which is now used around the world for water jetting and suction.

It has been many years since we ourselves emptied septic tanks, but our long experience still forms the foundation of our operations today. We learned to work together with our customers in order to solve their problems.

We also learned to work together with nature. That might seem to be obvious for a company which operates in the environmental sector. But even there many companies use chemicals and other measures to control nature. To AquaTeq, functioning well involves working with nature and making use of its mechanisms.

  • Quality stainless steel construction with conduits that allow turbulence free water transportation to the individual jet with SBR rubber conduit cover.
  • Variable jet sizes to accommodate flows from 20 up to 1000 l/min (5-265 US GPM).
  • Low angle jet streams, attack debris at its weakest point with superior performance.
  • Increase efficiency 30-50 % compared with conventional nozzles.
  • Less wear on pump.
  • Less fuel consumption