Vactor Training

All classes at Vactor Manufacturing start on Tuesday and attendances is 9:30 – 4:00 each day. Training consists of classroom and hands-on instruction. Training manuals are provided. Standard class size is limited to 15 in order to ensure individualized instruction. Advanced class size is limited to 10.

While there is no charge for this training, registration is required.

  • Vactor 2100i for Operators (3 days)
  • Vactor 2100i for Mechanics (3 days)
  • Vactor 2100 Plus for Mechanics (3 days)
  • HXX for Mechanics (3 days)
  • HXX Paradigm for Mechanics (3 days)
  • Guzzler CL E for mechanics (2 days)
  • Advanced 2100i Electronic Troubleshooting (3 days)
  • Advanced 2100 Plus Electronic Troubleshooting (3 days)
  • Advanced HXX Electronic Troubleshooting (3 days)

Dress:  Casual work clothes, safety toe shoes, and safety glasses with side shields (shoe covers will be supplied if needed)

Lunch provided each day, refreshments are available in the classroom, and all training materials are included. **Please notify us of any dietary restrictions.  Transportation and lodging are not included.

Training Location:
Vactor Manufacturing
1621 S. Illinois Street
Streator, IL  61364

Call Coe Equipment at 217-498-7200 for registration dates and availability.

Course Descriptions

Call Coe Equipment at 217-498-7200 for registration dates and availability.

New Vactor 2100i for Operators

This three-day class is designed to help operators and new mechanics set up and maintain the new Vactor 2100i for the best operation.  Engaging the hydraulics, rodder pump and vacuum systems (fan and PD units) will be discussed with emphasis on safety, proper operation, maintenance, and repair.

Class includes basic troubleshooting of systems related to sewer cleaning, including the boom and high-pressure water system.   Discussion will include how to set the Vactor unit up for various applications.

  • Safety
  • Understand the Hose Reel, Rodder Pump, and Boom Functions
  • Basic Operation for Repair Confirmation
  • Rodder Pump Rebuild
  • Vacuum Fan Rebuild
  • Maintenance of the Vactor Unit
  • Hydraulic Component Identification
  • How to manually override hydraulic and pneumatic functions
  • Navigation of both Intelliview screens
  • Intelliview Screens for Diagnostic Assistance
  • Introduction to Electrical Diagnosis
  • Introduction and navigation of the Service Cloud

New and experienced operators, new mechanics, supervisory or demonstration personnel who want a better understanding of the new Vactor 2100i operations are welcome to attend this class.

New Vactor 2100i for Mechanics

This three-day class will give the mechanics basic operational information to confirm diagnosis and repair of the new Vactor 2100i.  We will discuss screens on the 2 intelliview displays, one in the cab, and the other on the front hose reel.  We will spend time in the classroom along with time in the hands=on lab.  The lab time will consist of the disassembly and reassembly of the rodder pump and the fan assembly used on the Vactor units.  Mechanics will learn how to troubleshoot the rodder pump, hose reel, boom systems, vacuum systems (fan and blower), hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical/electronic systems using the intelliview’s diagnostic screens.

The technicians will make a repair to the thermoplastic hose and learn how to test it.  The mechanics will learn the proper use of the flow and pressure meters in the intelleview screen for water system diagnosis.  This class will provide a basic introduction to the electronic control systems.  The technician must take this class before the Advanced class.

  • Safety
  • Understand the Hose Reel, Rodder Pump, and Boom Functions
  • Basic Operation for Repair Confirmation
  • Rodder Pump Rebuild
  • Vacuum Fan Rebuild
  • Maintenance of the Vactor Unit
  • Hydraulic Component Identification
  • How to manually override hydraulic and pneumatic functions
  • Navigation of both Intelliview screens
  • Intelliview Screens for Diagnostic Assistance
  • Introduction to Electrical Diagnosis
  • Introduction and navigation of the Service Cloud

New and experienced mechanics or supervisory personnel that need to have a better understanding of the New Vactor 2100i repair procedures and recommendations.

HXX for Mechanics

This three-day class will give technicians operational information to confirm diagnosis, repair, maintenance, and system troubleshooting.  We will spend time in the hands-on lab and the classroom.

Mechanics will learn how to troubleshoot the high-pressure CAT pump, boom systems, vacuum systems, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical/electronic systems.  The electronic diagnostic process will be covered.  Mechanics will disassemble the head on the CAT pump and fan used and perform a blower inspection.  **Please provide your machine serial number for your HXX so the trainer can cover the attendee’s specific model.**

HXX products discussed will include HXX and Prodigy

  • Safety
  • Understand the Water Pump, Body, and Boom Functions
  • Basic Operation for Repair Confirmation
  • CAT Pump Head Rebuild
  • Vacuum Systems
  • Maintenance and the Maintenance Schedule
  • Hydraulic Component Identification
  • How to Manually Override Hydraulic and Pneumatic Functions
  • Intelliview Function
  • Intelliview Screens for diagnostic assistance
  • Introduction to Electrical/Electronic (CAN Diagnostics and I/O’s) Troubleshooting and Repairs
  • Introduction and Navigation of the Service Cloud

New and experienced mechanics that need to have a better understanding of HXX repair procedures and recommendations are welcome to attend this class.

HXX Paradigm for Mechanics

This three-day class will give technicians operational information to confirm diagnosis, repair, and system troubleshooting.  We will spend time in the hands-on lab and the classroom.

Mechanics will learn how to troubleshoot the high-pressure CAT pump, boom systems, vacuum systems, Boss air compressor, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical systems.  The electronic diagnostic process will be covered thoroughly.  Mechanics will disassemble the head on the CAT pump.

The third day will get into advanced systems.  The electronic diagnostic process will be covered thoroughly.  Mechanics will spend most of the day in the lab with hands-on training focused on electronic and electrical diagnostics and repairs.

Please provide your serial number for your HXX Paradigm so the trainer can cover the attendee’s specific options.

  • Safety
  • Understanding the Water Pump, Body, and Boom Functions
  • Basic Operation for Repair Confirmation
  • CAT Pump Head Rebuild
  • Vacuum Systems
  • Diagnosing Vacuum Related Problems
  • Maintenance and the Maintenance Schedule
  • Operation and Maintenance of the Boss Air Compressor
  • How to Manually Override Hydraulic and Pneumatic Functions
  • Hydraulic Component Identification
  • Intelliview Function
  • Intelliview Screens for Diagnostic Assistance
  • Electrical/Electronic Troubleshooting and Repairs
  • Introduction and Navigation of the Service Cloud

New and experienced mechanics that need to have a better understanding of the HX Paradigm repair procedures and recommendations are welcome to attend this class.

Guzzler CL E for Mechanics

This two-day class will give technicians operational information to confirm diagnosis, repair, maintenance, and system troubleshooting.  We will spend approximately half the time in the hands-on lab and the other half in a lecture setting.

Mechanics will learn how to troubleshoot the boom systems, vacuum systems, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical/electronic systems.

  • Safety
  • Understand Body and Boom Functions
  • Basic Operation for Repair Confirmation
  • Blower Operation
  • Diagnose Vacuum Related Problems
  • Maintenance and the Maintenance Schedule
  • Hydraulic Component Identification
  • How to Manually Override Hydraulic and Pneumatic Functions
  • Electrical/Electronic Troubleshooting, Diagnostics and Repairs
  • Introduction and Navigation of the Service Cloud

If any special option packages are needed, please inform at registration to ensure the material is covered.

New and experienced mechanics that need to have a better understanding of the Guzzler repair procedures and recommendations are welcome to attend this class.

New Advanced 2100i Electronic Troubleshooting (Prerequisite Required – See Below)

This three-day class will give experienced technicians diagnostic information to perform troubleshooting and repairs to the Vactor 2100i electrical systems.  We will review the hydraulic, pneumatic, vacuum systems, and maintenance of the Vactor units.  We will spend approximately half the time in the hands-on lab and the other half in a lecture setting.

The technician will learn how to troubleshoot the boom system, vacuum system, hydraulic and pneumatic systems using the Intelliview screens.

  • Safety
  • Navigation of both Intelliview Screens
  • Intelliview Screens for Diagnostic Assistance
  • How to Manually Override Hydraulic and Pneumatic Functions
  • Electrical/Electronic Troubleshooting, Diagnostics and Repairs
  • CAN BUS Diagnostics
  • How to use the Diagnostics Manual
  • Using the Electrical Schematics to Compliment the Diagnostic Process

This class meets Tuesday – Thursday from 8:30 – 4:00 p.m.  Attendance at the entire session is required.

Technicians wanting to improve their ability to troubleshoot 2100i functions and electronic systems are welcome to attend this class. ** Technicians must have completed the standard 2100i Mechanics class or 2100 Plus Mechanics class within the last 3 years before attending.**

Advanced 2100 Plus Electronic Troubleshooting (Prerequisite Required – See Below)

This three-day class will give experienced technicians diagnostic information to perform repairs, system troubleshooting, and maintenance.  We will spend approximately half the time in the hands-on lab and the other half in a lecture setting.

Technicians will learn how to troubleshoot the hydraulic system, pneumatic systems and the on-board electrical/electronic system.

  • Safety
  • Navigation of the Intelliview Screens
  • Intelliview Screens for Diagnostic Assistance
  • How to Manually Override Hydraulic and Pneumatic Functions
  • Electrical/Electronic Troubleshooting, Diagnostics and Repairs
  • CAN BUS Diagnostics
  • How to use the Diagnostic Manual
  • Using the Electrical Schematics to Compliment the Diagnostic Process

This class meets Tuesday – Thursday from 8:30 – 4:00 p.m.  Attendance at the entire session is required.

Technicians wanting to improve their ability to troubleshoot their 2100 Plus functions and electronic systems. **Technicians must have completed the standard 2100 Plus Mechanics class within the last 3 years before attending.**

Advanced HXX Electronic Troubleshooting (Prerequisite Required – See Below)

This three-day class will give experienced technicians diagnostic information to perform repairs, system troubleshooting, and maintenance.  We will spend approximately half the time in the hands-on lab and the other half in a lecture setting.

Technicians will learn how to troubleshoot the boom systems, vacuum systems, hydraulic, water heaters, water pumps, and pneumatic systems using the on-board electrical/electronic systems.

Please provide your serial number for your HXX so the trainer can cover the attendee’s specific model.

Hydroexcavator products discussed will include HXX and Prodigy.

  • Safety
  • Navigation of the Intelliview Screens
  • Intelliview Screens for Diagnostic Assistance
  • How to Manually Override Hydraulic and Pneumatic Functions
  • Electrical/Electronic Troubleshooting, Diagnostics and Repairs
  • CAN BUS Diagnostics
  • How to use the Diagnostic Manual
  • Using the Electrical Schematics to Compliment the Diagnostic Process

This class meets Tuesday-Thursday from 8:30 – 4:00 p.m.  Attendance at the entire session is required.

Technicians wanting to improve their ability to troubleshoot HXX function and electronic systems are welcome to attend this class.  **Technicians must have completed the standard HXX for Mechanics class within the last 3 years before attending.**