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Sewer Equipment Announces New Dealer in Virginia– MSC Equipment Inc.

06/01/2020 DIXON, Illinois – Sewer Equipment, a leading manufacturer in the sewer cleaning and vacuum excavation equipment industry for over 75 years, is proud to announce its partnership with MSC Equipment Inc., its new dealer for the state of Virginia. Throughout its history, Sewer Equipment has been known for progressive, end-user focused product innovation. This Read More

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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

Sewer Equipment Announces New Dealer in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky – Brown Equipment Company

DIXON, Illinois – Sewer Equipment, an industry leader in the sewer cleaning and vacuum equipment manufacturing market for over 75 years, is proud to announce its partnership with Brown Equipment Company, its new dealer covering the states of Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Throughout its history, Sewer Equipment has been known for progressive, end-user focused product Read More

Eagles Club – Frank Zahn Jr.

At Sewer Equipment, we strive to build a work culture based on a dedication to high quality. In order to provide our customers with the highest quality equipment in the industry, we employ a team of people who display characteristics such as ownership, decisiveness, adaptability, integrity, resiliency, urgency and the ability to be collaborative. Celebrating Read More

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Winterization 101

Winter is right around the corner, and with it comes one of the largest operational hazards of any jetter, combination truck, or hydro excavator; freezing temperatures. Water expands as it freezes, and ice buildup can lead to serious damage to your equipment including burst water lines, cracked water tanks, and water pumps. Even a small 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

Terry Hackbarth - Sewer Equipment Co. of America

Eagles Club – Congratulations Terry Hackbarth

At Sewer Equipment, we strive to build a work culture based on a dedication to high quality. In order to provide our customers with the highest quality equipment in the industry, we employ a team of people who display characteristics such as ownership, decisiveness, adaptability, integrity, resiliency, urgency and the ability to be collaborative.   Read More

Sewer Outflow

Sanitary Vs Combined Sewer Systems

It’s important to note that stormwater sewer systems and sanitary sewer systems are often separate systems. A majority of sewer systems have two primary layouts; Combined sewer systems, and sanitary sewer systems (also called separate sewer systems). In this article, we aim to cover the major difference between these two types of systems, as well 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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What is Sewer Jetting?

  Sewer jetting is a method of cleaning out sewers and drain lines by using high-pressure water streams through specialized jetting nozzles to dislodge and clear obstructions, as well as perform regular maintenance to prevent sewage backups. Regardless of whether the location is residential or a larger municipality, sewer jetting is vital to keeping storm Read More