Vactor Mfg., the industry leader in sewer and catch basin cleaners, has presented the first production Vactor 2100 Plus sewer cleaner to Jack Doheny Supplies in a May 20 ceremony at the company’s headquarters in Streator, Ill.
“The launch of the Vactor 2100 Plus and the delivery of the first production unit are very important milestones for our company, employees, dealers and customers,” said Vactor vice president and general manager Dan Schueller. “Jack Doheny Supplies has been a huge part of Vactor’s success for almost 40 years — and they played a key role in the field testing on the 2100 Plus. Having Jack Doheny, Kay Doheny-Snyder and Jack Snyder here at the plant to personally accept the keys for the first production Vactor 2100 Plus is appreciated by everyone at Vactor.”
“Having sold more than 1,000 Vactor 2100 units to date, we’re very excited that Jack Doheny Supplies is receiving the first production Vactor 2100 Plus,” said Jack Doheny, founder and president of Jack Doheny Co. “We ran the new sewer cleaner for six weeks as part of the field testing. In terms of performance and bang for the buck, this is a great machine. Several of our major customers have already expressed strong interest in the Vactor 2100 Plus.”
The new Vactor 2100 Plus is now available at any Vactor dealership in North America. Designed for public utilities and professional contractors cleaning entire wastewater and sanitary systems, the Vactor 2100 Plus features increased vacuum performance and improvements to operator comfort and control, air routing and filtration efficiency and fuel efficiency.
Based in Northville, Mich., Jack Doheny Supplies is an authorized dealer of Vactor sewer cleaning equipment and parts. The company has additional Vactor dealership locations in Indiana, New Jersey and Ohio and also represents Vactor products in Kentucky.