The Harrier 41 is available with either 28 l/min or 42 l/min pump capacity, and is capable of supporting the largest highways projects.

A range of jetting heads mounted on the front of the chassis provide rapid cleaning in a variety of configurations. Head configuration can be split to follow tire tracks. Forward speed is precisely controlled using hydrostatic creep drive.

Chassis18 tonne
Power take-off (PTO)Mechanical
Pump capacity28 l/min42 1/min
Vacuum capacity1,000 cfm2,000 cfm
Fresh water capacity13,000 litres
Debris water capacity15,600 litres1
Run time7.5 hours27.5 hours2
Standard jetting headTwin front mounted 1m heads

1 – Solid debris collected in separate 250kg tank.

2 – Run time at maximum pressure and flow rate.

Harrier Options
Raptor MRaptor PRaptor D
Manual hand-push unitPetrol-powered 2-wheel driveDiesel-powered 4-wheel drive/zero turn
Flow rate10 l/min or 28 l/min--
Max. torque-50Nm64Nm
Max. speed-11 kph20 kph
Weight-306 kg700 kg
Fuel tank-11 litres42 litres

Raptor is an auxiliary vehicle or push along machine that provides greater manoeuvrability and precision for hard-to-reach places such as car parks or pedestrian zones.

Capable of being stowed in the Harrier or towed on a trailer, the Raptor uses an umbilical to deliver Ultra-High-Pressure water and to recover all debris, delivering the power of the Harrier within confined areas.

Chassis-mounted jetting arm

An arm may be mounted onto the front of the chassis enabling a single operator to carry out larger line marking removal projects. The arm can be mounted in a fixed position or on a sliding mount to enable operation on either side of the vehicle.

Linear chassis mounted jetting rig

A linear rig with 2-4 jetting heads allows retexturing to follow the tire track lines across a width of up to 2.6m.

Trailer Unit

Extending the operating time of the Harrier, the trailer unit can be configured for either fresh water or debris, depending on the specific operation.

Creep drive

When using a front-mounted jetting rig, accurate surface coating removal requires the Harrier’s operator to carefully control the unit’s forward speed. A hydrostatic creep drive allows the
operator to make fine adjustments of forward speed using a potentiometer or touch screen (depending upon model).
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