The Incline-Vac™ Utility Power Plant is a rugged, compact user friendly machine. Over 8 years of design, product development and patenting resulted in a state of the art Utility Power Plant that is custom designed for potholing, vacuum excavation and for safe easy access to underground utilities, cleaning and resetting valve and meter boxes, and Exercising Utility Valves. Its compact size allows access with ease to almost any work area. Self-cleaning filters assure that the unit wont loose suction over time. Underground work can be performed through a small opening which leaves minimum surface repair after work. The Incline-Vac™ Power Plant has the capacity to simultaneously supply utilities to multiple workers performing different task at the same time. For example: high pressure water jettering, vacuum excavation, operating electric hand tools, having 110volt night flood lights, operating a hydraulic jack hammer, operating a concrete saw or core drill, pulling electrical wire through a conduit with a hydraulic torque wench, using vacuum to pull a lead line through a conduit even if it already has existing wires in it, exercising utility valves, testing fire hydrants, vacuuming out waste water lift stations, testing or operating a 220volt grinder pump in the field, using air pressure to excavate or blow liquid from a pipe line or operate air hand tools, us the 200 amp welder for repairs or fabrication, us the combination of high pressure water, vacuum and solids liquid separation to operate a surface cleaner on concrete, marble, carpet, walls, roof or parking lot. Excavate dirt from a basin, pump station or valve box such as in the oil field industry. Then use the air tools to sand blast and paint. This machine is also excellent for cleaning heavy equipment such as dozers, loaders, tractors and trailers including 18 wheelers. The Clean & Recovery™ feature allows for chemical spill clean up and various environmental clean up. The Incline-Vac™ and Utility Power Plant system is protected by a varity of patents both issued and pending. Contact Lynn A. Buckner at 423-413-7823 for information.