New Boom Technology: Changing Sewer Cleaning Setup and Tear-Down

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In this video, you will see a side-by-side comparison of a conventional boom extension and setup vs. a new patent-pending boom from Vactor that starts with a telescoping tube-within-a-tube design. For most wastewater and sanitary system cleaning jobs, it takes several minutes for sewer cleaner operators to lift additional debris tubes off the racks, maneuver the truck’s boom and clamp the tubes into place — a process that can lead to operator fatigue. To improve this time-consuming process, Vactor Manufacturing introduced the Vactor RDB 1015 rapid deployment boom as an option for the company’s 2100 Series combination sewer cleaners, which include the Vactor 2100i and 2100 Plus trucks.



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