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Articles Tagged with ''equipment''

April 2013 Feature 2

Change Is On The Floor

You may think you know a lot about cleaning and maintaining hard floors, but you haven't seen anything yet.

When it comes to excitement in the cleaning industry, floor care is center stage for cutting-edge innovation and technology.


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April 2013 Hard Floor Care Case Study: Niagara Machine Inc.

Polishing Off That Beat-up Floor

Polished concrete floors smooth over maintenance costs and repairs and deliver incredible durability and value.
April 2013 Cover Story

The Evolution Of Hard Floor Care

To truly appreciate the amount of progress, we need to take a closer look at what the idea of cleaning and maintaining hard surface floors was in its infancy.

If you look at where we are today compared to where we began, you’ll likely agree that we are light years away from the first attempts to maintain flooring in commercial buildings.


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CMM Online Exclusive

Embracing The Reemergence Of American Industrialization

The re-shoring trend of manufacturing means new opportunities for cleaning professionals.

The cost of transportation has increased to the point that it is no longer cost effective to build factories in foreign countries, meaning more floor care maintenance opportunities for cleaning professionals.


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February 2013 Contractor Success

Tips For Going Mobile With CMMS

Smoothly and painlessly transitioning into the new age of tracking with computerized maintenance management software.

CMMS applications for netbooks, tablets and smartphones are increasingly essential for maintenance management professionals, allowing users to monitor equipment status, as well as file and update work orders, wherever and whenever.


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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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