Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Three Most Useful Types of Sewer Cleaning Tools For Your Business

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Whether you have a small or large scale business, you’re likely a little overwhelmed by the sheer number of sewer cleaning tools available for you to rent or purchase. However, some systems and products do a much better job at cleaning sewers than others, due to the technology and design behind them.

Here are three of the top cleaning tools that businesses use to achieve the best results.

Centrifugal Compressor Vacuum

For plumbing businesses who expect, or already work on large scale projects such as towns or big industrial projects, it’s important to have equipment that can handle larger systems. Machinery with a centrifugal compressor vacuum is perfect for this as the tool can reach deeper depths than traditional tools. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2ko0XSq

Why Sewer Cameras are Vital for Safer and Easier Sewer Inspections

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Working in the sewer cleaning business can sometimes be a hazardous job. Business owners can do many things to ensure their safety, that of their staff, and the public when cleaning sewers, and one of the most simplest ways to improve safety is to use sewer cameras. Sewer cameras allow you to examine at a distance first, rather than inspecting hazardous sites personally. This makes the work more efficient and cost-effective, as well as less risky for all involved. Here’s how a camera system can make cleaning sewers safer and easier.

Smaller Pipes

There are some pipes that a worker could never fit into, as they are too small or bendy. Using a push camera inspection system, which can be maneuvered around pipe bends if necessary, technicians can examine the internal surfaces of even very small pipes. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2kYdrUa

Machinery and Vacuum Trucks For Sale Vs. Rent: What’s the Difference?

 

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If you’re a business owner whose employees use vacuum trucks and other machinery on a regular basis, you may be wondering whether it’s better to rent or buy equipment. Many recommend working out the cost for each option and making a decision based purely on cost, but that doesn’t always lead to the best option.

It’s also important to weigh practicality, amount of stress and hassle, staff preferences, and other factors to ensure you’ve chosen the right option for your business.

The Benefits of Buying

Many businesses assume they need to buy all of their own machinery, but that isn’t always the case. However, buying machinery has a lot of benefits for business owners. Machines can be selected and used for projects quickly and easily. Staff will also become familiar with the machines, as they’ll be using the same ones with the same controls on a regular basis. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2ko15Sc