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Sewer Cameras Detect Sewer Pipe Corrosion

Much of the civil infrastructure in the United States is old — including many of our water, sewer and storm lines. Many have been around for over five decades, and that’s a problem. Corrosion is one of the most important issues facing underground infrastructure around the country, and a recent study conducted by...
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Large Commercial Properties Need Street Sweeper Rentals

As a large commercial property owner, you understand how the appearance of your entrance can affect foot traffic and profits. Clean entrances make your building look professional, which helps attract customers and more tenants for your building. Keeping your area clear of debris also helps protect your property from sewer system issues that...
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Spotlight on the Vactor 2103 Sewer Cleaning Tools

A storm water line breaks. A sewer line is blocked. What do you do!? If a quick response is needed, you can rely on the Vactor 2103 sewer cleaning truck equipment. This powerful machine can tackle nearly any job, but its midsize design allows for greater maneuverability and lower operating costs than its...
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Spotlight on Verisight Sewer Cameras

The Verisight Pro is a push camera inspection system that provides everything you need to inspect laterals and drain pipes, document data and generate reports — including the ability to capture up to 90 hours of images and video, offload inspections via SD card or USB drive, easily organize stored footage, type using...
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Spotlight on Elgin Broom Street Sweepers for Sale

Rugged. Efficient. Versatile. Powerful. These are just some of the words used to describe Elgin’s mechanical broom street sweepers for sale here at Haaker Equipment Company. The leading manufacturer of street sweepers for almost a century, Elgin machines have a reputation for being the best, and it’s easy to see why. Take a...
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Avoiding Biohazards When Working with Sewer Cleaning Tools

Biohazards exist everywhere. They are expelled with every sneeze and cough, cover every door handle and are present in every handshake. Their omnipotence means you must protect yourself against them, and while for most people, up-to-date vaccinations and regular hand-washing provide adequate protection, those who work around sewers have a higher risk of...
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