Mid-Size Combination Sewer Truck Makes an Impact

A compact, versatile non-CDL vac truck can go where larger units can’t

Mid-Size Combination Sewer Truck Makes an Impact

 Miksis Services operator Ivan Iverson uses hydroexcavation equipment on an iMPACT combination sewer truck built by Vactor to expose a sewer main in Healdsburg, California.

For years, Gary Miksis — owner of California-based Miksis Services — had to periodically turn down work because his Vactor 2100 combination sewer trucks were too big to access job sites.

Or in some instances, Miksis would take on the jobs, but they’d require long hose runs and...

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