Scania R730 Highline Kaiser-Whale Type T800 HCL Terminator 2016 – Scania “Terminator” is a large vacuum tanker mounted on one of the largest Scania R730 chassis ever in the UK. Special vehicles of great importance to their role and duties, to clean and maintain super-sized gutters in London is an epic task that requires very large specialized equipment. After all, the new ‘super ditch’ built to replace Victoria’s existing Victorian waste management infrastructure in the Victorian era can reach up to 100 meters in place, while the enormous Crossrail program is just one of the city’s major ongoing development projects more than the mud section.
Thanks to Scania R730 Highline Kaiser-Whale type T800 HCL Terminator 2016 as a tactical vehicle with 8×4 configuration with a V8 engine is quite efficient in carrying out its duty to maintain this sewer is one of the largest wet waste disposal project in Europe.
So make the Scania R730 Highline Kaiser-Whale type T800 HCL Terminator 2016 specifically commissioned by the British company, Hydro Cleansing Limited. The Terminator, which costs its owner GBP 750,000 (EUR 985,000) was inaugurated in April at the Commercial Vehicle exhibition in Birmingham, England, and is expected to be operational by early summer. This big engine takes two years to build it. It was designed by Hydro Cleansing Managing Director Steve Hoad in collaboration with Whale Tankers, Kaiser, Tekelite, and Scania. The truck is based on a four-axis Scania R730 Highline scroll that has been further adapted to accommodate the very strong vacuum tankers required.