When a dedicated catch basin cleaner is needed, the Vactor 2100 Series Catch Basin Cleaner (CB) is equipped with a highly maneuverable boom and powerful vacuum source to move from basin to basin, cleaning out rocks, dirt, leaves, litter, and other debris that can clog the storm sewers and prevent them from working properly during rain events.

The Vactor 2100 Plus CB provides all of the 2100 Plus benefits: improved air flow, operator ergonomics, enhanced safety, smart truck design and standard high dump on a tandem axle chassis. The 2100 Plus CB has an improved air-routing system that provides an efficient air flow path for both the Single-Stage and Dual-Stage fan or a Positive Displacement blower configuration resulting in outstanding performance and maximum productivity. Ergonomic controls make it the easiest catch basin cleaner to operate and maintain.


Vacuum System

  • Single & Dual Stage Fan Systems
  • 15 in., 16 in., & 18 in. Hg PD Blowers

  • Fixed Boom
  • Optional 8 ft. Telescoping or 5 x 5
  • Debris Capacity
  • 5, 10, 12, & 15 cu. yd. Capacity

Vactor Productivity Thrusts Ahead With New Boom & CB Nozzle

Anyone who cleans catch basins every day knows it’s a labor-intensive job. The setup and tear-down procedure might take 15-30 minutes per site. Now, Vactor offers two new solution that cut the time and hassle of catch-basin cleaning: a new extendable boom and a anew Catch Basin nozzle. The new, optional boom telescopes outward five feet along with an additional five feet of vertical movement, for a dramatic increase in boom coverage.

Because there’s no need to tear-down and set up pipe between every catch basin, the new Vactor 5×5 Boom combined with the CB nozzle makes the total unit much more productive.

Vactor HXX Prodigy Air

The Vactor HXX Prodigy Air vacuum excavator is based on the popular Vactor HXX HydroExcavator series and years of vacuum excavation research, customer input, testing and experience. The HXX Prodigy Air midsize vacuum excavator is the perfect non-destructive machine for a wide range of utility and municipal applications including potholing, key hole repairs, utility and line location, precise excavation and general maintenance. Utility companies, utility service contractors and municipalities will appreciate its ease of operation, lighter operating weight and maneuverability in tight spaces. Excavating using air as the digging medium is often the preferred, even required method for utility work such as line locating and repair, and enables dry back-fill for the excavation.