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900 Model Covid Crusher

COVID CRUSHER Model 900 ECO Combo Truck

Model 900 ECO with Vanguard Protection Our combination sewer cleaner, the Model 900 ECO, is now available with Vanguard Systems Pathogen Protection. As COVID-19 took the country by storm, our 900 ECO with Vanguard Protection – The COVID Crusher – is taking the streets by storm. However, unlike the actual virus, its purpose is to Read More

Model 900 Combination Truck

Model 900 ECO Combination Truck: Simplicity Comes Standard

The Model 900 ECO Combination Sewer Cleaner was created with three concepts in mind: safety, simplicity, and reliability. So, how did we construct a machine model with simplicity that is unequaled in the industry?

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Introducing the RAMVAC Tempest: The Perfect Storm

Sewer Equipment and RAMVAC are proud to announce the newest addition to its stellar line-up: the Tempest Industrial Vacuum Truck. Utilizing innovative and proven vacuum technology, the Tempest Vacuum Machine is capable of removing dry and liquid materials over a long distance and from great depths. The debris box is 18 cubic yards, providing operators Read More

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Sewer Cleaning Recycling Trucks: Purpose Built vs. Bolt-On Accessory

  Understanding your options in today’s combination sewer cleaner market can be a daunting task, let alone considering the possibility of a water recycling sewer cleaner.  In the past few years, the market has seen an upward trend in the purchasing and utilization of water recyclers in place of traditional combination trucks. There are many Read More

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Why You Shouldn’t Buy Sewer Equipment Off Craigslist

If you’ve ever spent any time on Craiglist or other forums like it, you know that it is a mix of great deals, shady characters, and outright scams. You can find good prices on used equipment and products, but it is a “buyer beware” situation. This is even truer when it comes to sewer equipment. Read More

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Hydro Excavation vs. Air Excavation

Only a fool would make a claim that, in a side by side single hole dig comparison, air excavation would be faster than hydro excavation. Water will always cut faster and help dig faster. However, if we step back a moment and examine all the time factors involved with a given project, we can begin to understand that there are definitely times when digging with air might be a better or faster alternative. Let us take a look at a few of the factors that might determine when it would be best to use air or water for an excavation project.