Rausch Electronics USA, LLC is proud to introduce Sanitary Equipment Company Inc. of West Haven, CT as the newest addition to our family of authorized distributors. Sanitary Equipment is a leading Refuse Equipment Industry Supplier, and has provided innovative solutions for customers in the governmental and private sectors for nearly four decades. Their team of trained mechanics, qualified field services technicians, and expert employees has made them a leader in the municipal sales market. They will be providing Rausch Electronics equipment sales, service, and parts to customers throughout the New England region. Sanitary Equipment is a committed distributor, providing contractors and municipalities the opportunity to experience all the advantages of owning and operating advanced Rausch inspection systems and technology.
Rausch USA President Greg Hall states “By partnering with Sanitary Equipment, we have completed our North-Eastern network of distributors – and they are fifth strategic addition in the past year! We look forward to increasing the Rausch brand by working with their sales and service teams in New England. We are eager to work with them, as we share the same values and growth aspirations.”
RauschUSA is exhibiting with Municipal Maintenance Equipment (MME) at the 2017 CWEA Annual Conference in Palm Springs, CA from April 25-28, 2017. Adam Baker, Vice President of Sales, is joining the sales team of our California distributor in booth 1414 to offer factory expertise and support.
A Rausch ECO STAR demo system, 16-240, is displayed in the booth with the full compliment of Rausch equipment: L 135 tractor platform, KS 135 mainline camera with laser crack measurement, M 135 lateral launch modules, ScanCam laser pipe profiling software, and our premiere Elka 600 mainline cable drum.
Please stop by MME’s booth this week to see our industry-leading CCTV inspection equipment!
Last week we had our 1st Annual Spring Service Training sessions at the RauschUSA headquarters in Chambersburg, PA. The blocks of classes were led by our Service Manager, Matt Kohler. These classes which we offer to our customers include lessons on field troubleshooting, maintenance tips, and repair steps to keep the equipment going on the job.
We would like to thank our guests for joining us, and we look forward to our next session of classes in the fall. In conjunction with our 4th Annual Customer Appreciation Day, we will offer more of these advanced sessions with small class sizes.
Matt Kohler, Service Manager, leading an L 135 troubleshooting class at Rausch Spring Service Training.