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The Jetters You Need Now with the Service You Demand Later

Maintaining our nation’s underground infrastructure is of key importance not just in these uncertain times, but for the health and safety of future generations. This ever-present need for continuous repair and maintenance of utilities is why the demand for sewer jetting services continues to rise. More recently, multi-purpose tractors and jetter units have been utilized Read More

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

Eagles Club – Justin White

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

What Can a Dedicated Hydro Excavator Do for A Municipality?

When many people think of traditional hydro excavating, the industries that come to mind are typically oil, gas and utility. However, dedicated hydro excavation services are on the rise among municipalities. It goes without saying that a dedicated hydro excavator does hydro excavating more efficiently and more safely than a traditional combo truck with hydro Read More

Industry Exclusive Mini Combo Truck – Cost Effective and No CDL Required: Model 400 ECO

With the demand for jet vac trucks growing every year, more manufacturers are mass-producing combo trucks with the mentality of “one size fits all”. Naturally, the issue with this mindset is that not all contractors and municipalities have the same needs. A nation-wide shortage of CDL drivers has made it difficult to retain licensed 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

Utility Contractors and Trailer Jetters – The Perfect Pair

Every day, old outdated underground utilities are being replaced in order to simplify and consolidate for ease of access and maintenance. Duct banks have become a popular way to organize cables for commercial buildings with complex structures. Duct banks (also known as power bank ducts) are groups of underground cables that are encased in PVC Read More

Ramvac winter application

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

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