The Latest News and Advice from Haaker

Vactor Truck Rentals Improve Community Health

Sanitation is a top priority for every village, town and city in the world. A well-implemented sanitation program is essential to the health and happiness of your residents, and local governments who invest in the right types of equipment to keep their sewer and drainage systems clean are investing in the health of...
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Sonetics Headsets Improve On-the-Job Communications

The key to success is good communication. It’s what made Haaker Equipment Company into what it is today, and it is the foundation of every successful project. When you are working on municipal projects where communication is key, we have a solution that will help you communicate effectively on the job so you...
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Quality Vactor Truck Parts Increase Worker Safety

Anyone working with machinery needs to ensure they’re maintaining safe practices and that the equipment they use are safe. For those working outside and who are exposed to potentially hazardous materials, such as in the sewer or street cleaning industries, it’s extra important to put measures in place to keep staff safe while...
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Spotlight on the RS 1300 Street Sweeper for Sale

We are proud to offer a number of vacuum trucks for sale, used street sweepers and street sweepers for sale. These machines are made by some of the best manufacturers in the industry, including Nite-Hawk and Nilfisk-Advance. This month, we are shining the spotlight on the RS 1300 compact vacuum sweeper from Nilfisk-Advance....
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Hydro-Excavation Tips for Our Vactor Truck Rentals

Hydro excavation equipment is essential for reaching fragile and delicate underground structures. These machines use water to do the digging for you and help you avoid the dangerous possibility of cutting through pipes or electrical lines. The hydro excavation trucks in our inventory are equipped with water heaters and produce high-pressure, low-volume streams...
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Sewer Cameras Detect Sewer Pipe Corrosion

Much of the civil infrastructure in the United States is old — including many of our water, sewer and storm lines. Many have been around for over five decades, and that’s a problem. Corrosion is one of the most important issues facing underground infrastructure around the country, and a recent study conducted by...
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