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appliances have been used for It years, is done on a piece-work basis and only 40 seconds, including travelling time, are allowed for dealing with each gully. Because of the obstruction caused by parked vehicles, the latest Dennis gullyemptiers for Denmark are equipped with extended monitor arm units, which can rotate through 360 degrees and carry flexible suction hose with bell mouth and a steel pilot tube for manipulating the pipe when in the sully. This arm enables parked cars to be bridged.
To accommodate the longer arm, the fulcrum point has been moved from the standard rear position to a forward point on the tank. The suction hose and pilot tube are carried in brackets at the rear. The counter-weight is stowed above the cab, resting on a gantry mounted directly on the tank.