Product Spotlight - November 2019

Product Spotlight - November 2019

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While there are dozens of combination sewer cleaning truck options available, when it comes down to it, they all perform the same services: jetting and vacuuming. The difference in these units comes down to the specs ­— capacities, cleaning power — and ease of use.

The developers of the 2100i combination sewer cleaner from Vactor believe that giving operators the easiest unit to control and use is the key to success. The Vactor 2100i combination sewer cleaner combines proven performance with features that highlight operating simplicity, including IntuiTouch controls and an optional RDB 1015 rapid deployment boom.

“Public works professionals and others involved in cleaning and maintaining sewers and catch basins recognize Vactor as the first name in sewer cleaners,” says Sam Miceli, vice president and general manager of Vactor. “For 50 years, Vactor has been at the forefront of developing combination sewer cleaners featuring innovative technology, user advantages and customized solutions. The Vactor 2100i is the latest entry in a long, distinguished line of industry firsts in sewer cleaning technology.”

The IntuiTouch one-touch control system provides advanced, yet intuitively simple controls designed to maximize operator efficiency. Features inside the cab include a 7-inch screen with backlit, tactile buttons and one-touch control for quick startup and engagement. Outside the cab, operators will find a single control panel including a 7-inch dashboard screen with touch screen and glove-friendly buttons featuring at-a-glance data for maximum efficiency. In addition, the articulating controls adjust to the desired location for the operator’s optimal placement.

“The series also features the Modul-Flex design system that allows every customer to build a machine engineered to their specifications on the chassis of their choice,” says Josh Malmassari, product manager at Vactor. “As the successor to the popular Vactor 2100 Plus, the Vactor 2100i couples durability with enhanced ergonomics for complete operator comfort and effectiveness.”

Uniquely designed for sewer cleaning, the unit’s JetRodder water pump provides smooth, continuous flows through its entire operating range from zero to 100 gpm and pressures up to 3,000 psi. In addition, the RDB 1015 rapid deployment boom telescopes 10 feet out and extends the debris hose down 15 feet, minimizing the need for additional tubes and speeding and easing operation in a wide range of dynamic applications. 800-627-3171;


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