Product Spotlight - May 2020

Product Spotlight - May 2020

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When choosing a truck for both septic and grease pumping, pumpers typically want a unit that offers both efficiency and a compact footprint for access into tight spaces. The 2020 Freightliner M2 with 2,500-gallon aluminum vacuum tank from KeeVac Industries promises both.

The unit is built with the operator in mind, according to Kevin Keegan, president of KeeVac Industries. This truck is designed for efficient service for any septic route, with its small footprint allowing service to hard-to-reach locations, such as commercial grease traps. Its 300 hp Cummins engine is powerful enough to handle most residential and small commercial challenges.

“We have worked in the trenches of the industry, and we learned a lot along the way,” Keegan says. “We are happy to pass our knowledge on to our customers and build them trucks that we would be proud to own and operate.”

Options like air-ride suspension, Bluetooth stereo, and power windows and door locks — combined with LED work and safety lights and a spacious toolbox — offer the driver confidence to operate safely and efficiently at any location. The National Vacuum Equipment 4307 blower delivers speed and efficiency. The lightweight design of the single-compartment, all-aluminum tank helps drivers stay underweight and within Department of Transportation regulations. While this truck can also be used to pump portable restrooms, according to Keegan, its main application is within septic and grease collection.

“Significant research and development goes into any vacuum tank to ensure a high-quality product that will sustain the demands of use,” Keegan says. “Our knowledge and experience within the industry enables us to make recommendations for improved operator safety, comfort and functionality. Operators love the spacious toolboxes that can hold any tools for the trade to ensure efficiency throughout their workday.” 

The 2020 Freightliner M2 with 2,500-gallon aluminum septic tank is just one of the trucks KeeVac Industries builds. The company offers tanks from 300 to 5,000 gallon with various vacuum pump and blower options. 



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