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Top-Quality Municipal Storm Drain Management

Stetco has earned a reputation as a top-quality manufacturer and distributor of hydraulic specialty equipment for over 65 years.

Stetco’s line of catch basin cleaners (CBCs) and equipment is a cost-effective and dependable solution to challenging drainage infrastructure issues. Equipped with our innovative hydraulic clamshell or orange peel buckets, our catch basin cleaners can easily handle vast amounts of substantial, heavy, hard to move debris. The buckets squeeze out water while loading the debris, saving space and time by decreasing the number of trips per job.

A Multi-Purpose Municipal Workhorse

Our products work as stand-alone solutions or in support of vacuum trucks to extracting the large debris that can damage vac-trucks, thus extending their life and reducing the repair costs that would be incurred otherwise.

CBCs work in all climates and for a variety of jobs proving their versatility and practicality. Use Stetco CBCs as a dump truck, or attach a plow to them in the winter to use for snow and ice management.  Stetco equipment delivers results all year round in any climate.

Our products can be used in a variety of drainage infrastructure

  • Storm drain/catch basin maintenance
  • Culvert cleaning/maintenance
  • Resolving organic debris jams under bridges
  • Cleaning debris from trash racks and weirs
  • Lift station work
  • Water treatment plant grit chambers and scum pits

Stetco Product Highlights

  • Easily handle heavy, awkward debris
  • Dependable, proven technology
  • Squeeze out water, load solid debris for fewer dump runs
  • Lower cost to purchase, operate, maintain, and repair
  • Fast & efficient removal of debris
  • Compliance with EPA stormwater mandates
  • Lift & load solid debris without adding water
  • Quiet operation
  • Radio remote control availability
  • Extend the life of vac-trucks by removing material that would slow down, clog, or damage vacs
  • Ability to work in frozen and snowy conditions
  • Less maintenance and labor than vacuum systems

TESTIMONIALS

"There are plenty of options when you need to get rid of furniture. Dumping it into a waterway isn't really one of them. But when a report of furniture in Goose Creek came in, MSD went out with a "clam shell truck"—normally used to clean stormwater basins—to remove the debris."

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