Product Spotlight - September 2021

Product Spotlight - September 2021

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Choosing a vacuum truck for your business is a big deal. It becomes the image of your company, and more importantly, it’s a substantial investment longevity that ensures the investment pays off. Best Enterprises believes building septic trucks with quality materials is the key to making them last and provide continuous service, according to Britt Freyaldenhoven, the company owner. So Best manufactures every vacuum tank from 304L stainless steel and custom designs them to meet the specific needs of the end user. 

“Stainless steel offers corrosion resistance, aesthetic appearance, strength-to-weight advantages, impact resistance, resale value and longevity,” Freyaldenhoven says. He says the stainless tanks will outlast the truck they were installed on. “With a new truck and tank body swap, you are ready for another 10 years,” Freyaldenhoven says.

Best’s line of custom trucks range from 900 to 5,500 gallons and are designed to service portable restrooms, septic systems and for grease removal. Tanks are stainless steel, but so are primaries, mufflers, oilers, diesel flushes and hydraulic reservoirs, which Best Enterprises manufactures. According to Freyaldenhoven,  that allows them to have more control of the overall quality of each product. 

Aside from the standard features previously mentioned, Best trucks come with a selection of Masport, National Vacuum Equipment, Condé, Moro or Fruitland vacuum pumps and customizable dump size with a dump sump and dump hose. Customers can also add custom stainless steel or aluminum toolboxes, backup cameras and multiple heating options for collars, dumps, inlets, water compartment and toolboxes. 

“Since 2009 we have offered a remote control for the pump and jetter system,” Freyaldenhoven says. “This has been a great safety feature and saves the operator extra steps during the day.”

Along with focusing on quality materials and components, Freyaldenhoven says they researched and designed each truck to perform. “We make sure to correctly size truck weight hauling capacity to full workload and not over-build the GVWs of the truck,” he says. “All tanks produced are engineered to be vacuum safe and center of gravity engineering is used to make sure load capacity is distributed correctly between front and rear axles.” 800-288-2378;


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