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Articles Tagged with ''equipment''

January 2013 Maintenance Matters

Cleaning High-tech Equipment

Maintaining hygienic cleanliness in the built environment often means coming into contact with sensitive electronic equipment that requires regular dusting and disinfection.

If sensitive electronics are not regularly cleaned and maintained, they can fail, become damaged or require frequent and often expensive replacement.


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January 2013 Product Showcase Intro

Caring For Commercial Carpet

Carpet is a cozy and colorful covering that requires care and attention to maintain its vibrancy and feel.

There are certain protocols facilities managers can put into place to keep these variables from prematurely wearing or damaging carpeting.


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November 2012 Bidding And Estimating

The Push For Higher Productivity

Achieving high rates of production requires the proper equipment and understanding their use.

The processes and equipment exist today that allow a person to clean at 10,000 square feet per hour or more and do an excellent job.


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November 2012 Clean Sweep

Big Brother Is Tracking

If your business doesn't have its head firmly in "the cloud," it could be losing valuable assets and time.

The idea of someone watching over us or our things has always been a part of the human culture, usually found in the science fiction section of the bookstore or movie selection.


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October 2011 Tackling Trouble Areas

Putting On A Few Thousand Pounds

Make sure your truck can handle the stress of winter maintenance equipment.

By taking several factors into consideration, people can choose the proper equipment to extend the service life of their trucks, operate more safely and avoid giving the phrase "overhauling your truck" a different meaning.


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September 2012 Consultant's Corner

The Perversion Of Politics

Do the politics of cleaning slow true product innovation?

To my dismay, diamond pads haven't gained wide acceptance in the JanSan industry; considering the advantages of the diamond pad process, I've often wondered why.


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September 2012 Maintenance Matters

The Wave Of The Future

Many are plugging into the benefits of battery-powered cleaning equipment.

An April 2012 poll revealed that 88 percent of those surveyed would select a battery-powered machine over a conventional model. After reading more, take a quiz on the content herein.


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October 2012 Feature 3

No Pain And Sans Strain

The hazards of cleaning can be reduced with comfortable, ergonomic tools and equipment.

Understanding the way equipment impacts physical health and methods for improving ergonomic stressors will better prepare your workers for their cleaning crusades.


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