Vacuum Excavators

Product Spotlight: Vac-Tron HTV 573 PTO

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Founded in 1997, Vac-Tron Equipment has grown to offer more than 30 industrial vacuum products and has more than 40 national dealers and 110 dealer outlets around the country. The company’s founder, Don Buckner, was recognized in 2000 as Florida Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst and Young.

Product Spotlight: Vactor HXX HydroExcavator

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For more than 100 years, Vactor Manufacturing has provided customers around the world with a wide range of material handling equipment. Today, the company is a leading provider of vacuum excavation equipment used by contractors and municipalities across the country.

Vacuum Excavators Help Expose Hidden Utilities and Avoid Damage

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Before breaking ground on a new project, it’s important to know what buried utilities are hiding underground. Services such as One-Call are a great starting point at identifying a utility’s location, but they are not foolproof. Vacuum excavators, on the other hand, can be essential to your fleet, helping to expose utilities so you don’t cause serious and costly damage.

Product Spotlight: Ditch Witch FXT50 Air

Product Spotlight: Ditch Witch FXT50 Air

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In 2000, Ditch Witch introduced its first vacuum excavator, the FX30. Originally driven from customer needs to contain HDD fluids on underground construction jobsites, the Ditch Witch line of vacuum excavators has evolved to address new jobsite challenges such as damage prevention.

Celebrating Innovation

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Contractors are always looking for a way to do their jobs better. Thanks to the minds behind top manufacturers, new machines, software and products are constantly helping crews streamline operations, work harder and achieve incredible results. But enough talk, let’s take a look at a handful of the most innovative and exciting products released in 2015.

Vacuums

Vacuum Excavators Help Uncover Hidden Utilities

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Before breaking ground on a new project, it’s important to know what buried utilities are hiding underground. Services such as One-Call are a great starting point at identifying a utility’s location, but they are not foolproof.