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Vac-Tron Equipment LLC

Address 27137 South Hwy 33, Okahumpka, FL, 34762, US
Phone 1-888-822-8766
Fax 352-728-2827
Website vactron.com
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Vermeer Corporation acquires Vac-Tron Equipment, LLC

Vermeer Corporation has announced its purchase of Vac-Tron Equipment, LLC, and its plans to bring the Florida-based company together with McLaughlin Group, Inc. which was purchased by Vermeer in 2017. This acquisition and integration of the two companies builds on the Vermeer strategy to provide a comprehensive suite of vacuum excavation technology, equipment, training and support to the growing underground utility and soft dig markets.

Vacuum excavators from Vac-Tron improve rental house bottom line

A strong dealer support network combined with a safe and reliable product are yielding satisfied customers and increased revenue for Texas First Rentals, sister company to Holt Cat, one of the largest Caterpillar dealers in the U.S. 

Vac-Tron introduces 6-way hydraulic boom design

Vac-Tron Equipment is proud to announce the release of its new 6-way hydraulic boom design for its trailer vacuum excavation equipment and industrial vacuum equipment. This hydraulic boom maximizes job performance by supporting the weight of the vacuum hose. 

Compact industrial trailer vacuum

Vac-Tron Equipment has released their new CS 1270 trailer vac. This new Compact Industrial Vac Series comes standard with a 1,200-gallon debris tank and 580 or 1,000 cfm. It is also available with a hydraulic operated opening and locking rear door, wet/dry filtration cyclone, 30' x 3" suction hose and tool, and 27 HP or 37 HP Kohler gas engine. Options include 24 HP Kohler diesel engine and reverse pressure.

Vac-Tron Equipment has developed a new gamechanger in the Micro Trenching process

Micro Trenching is one of the installation methods being utilized by contractors to bring fiber networks to consumers. Micro Trenching is an installation method in which a narrow and relatively shallow trench is cut, usually on an asphalt roadway. Trench dimensions can range from .75 to 2.24 inches wide and 8 to 16 inches deep. While cutting, a vacuum system connected to the cutter wheel cleanly diverts and transports debris away from the worksite. Once the conduit is laid, the trench is backfilled with a grout compound. Advantages of Micro Trenching include minimal cutting width that boosts installation production, reduce costs of backfill, shallow depth placement which helps avoid encounters with existing utilities and jobsite cleanliness thanks to the vacuum spoil that removes debris.

Introducing the new JTV Truck – PTO Vacuum Excavator

Vac-Tron Equipment is on a roll. Only one year after releasing their very first HTV (Hydro Truck Vac) PTO, they are now introducing their NEW JTV (Jetter Truck Vac) PTO series. The JTV 873 PTO is a new series of PTO truck driven systems that combine vacuum excavation with high pressure jetter capabilities putting this truck in a league of its own.

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Use vacuum excavation for safe digging

April is National Safe Digging month and every year many companies, including 811 and Click Before You Dig, promote the importance of having a plan before you begin digging. Every six minutes an underground utility line is damaged and the growing trend in preventing these accidents is utilizing vacuum excavation. There are many instances when vacuum excavation is the safest and most productive option for digging compared to traditional excavation.

ATV 1830 (air) and HTV 1830 (hydro)

Vac-Tron Equipment, LLC, announces the availability of two new truck mounted vacuum excavators: the ATV 1830 (air) and HTV 1830 (hydro). These chassismounted excavation systems come fully equipped with an 1,800-gallon debris tank, 6-inch vacuum hose with full hydraulic boom, wireless remote controls and a 200-horsepower John Deere diesel engine. Other key features include a 2,400 cfm positive displacement vacuum pump, CAT water pump, and a fully hydraulic rear door. The ATV is also standard with a 300 cfm @ 230 psi Vanair air compressor for dry vacuum excavation.

Vac-Tron Equipment introduces LP 33 Series

Featuring reduced operating noise levels, an all-hydraulic rear door and an overall operator experience that is safer and more user-friendly, Vac-Tron has introduced its new Low Profile 33 Series. The rear door features hydraulics that eliminate the need for external manual safety locks. It opens fully so the operator can completely empty the contents and clean it out more easily. For operator safety, the door is controlled by push buttons located on the side of the unit. “The quieter operation of the LP 33 is notable,” said Brian Showley, Vice President of Sales at Vac-Tron. “We occasionally hear of contractors getting shut down prematurely at job sites due to noise in densely populated areas. This adds to project delays and overall costs simply because their equipment was too noisy. The LP 33 Series solves that challenge.” Similar to previous generations of our LP Series, the 33 Series has all the power to remove a variety of wet and dry materials. Some applications include: storm drain clean-out, underground utility locating, treatment plant cleanup, retention pond clean-out, lateral line clean-out, excavation of small rocks and dry sand, mud removal, manhole cleanout, water meter box clean-out, water valve clean-out, car wash clean-up, and emergency road spills.