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Sweepers and Scrubbers, Decision Time! Buying New or Reconditioned

February 1, 2011

This question is forever. Do you buy a:

  1. New machine to replace your sweeper or scrubber.
  2. A reconditioned machine

In these uncertain times, many more owners are taking a harder look into the... Read more about Sweepers and Scrubbers, Decision Time! Buying New or Reconditioned

Sweepers, Scrubbers, The Basics of Machinery

January 1, 2011

After 35 years of being in the sweeper scrubber arena, I forget that people have entered this business recently. One way or another they have, perhaps

#1 Ordered parts for the machinery

#2 In sales and have solicited business... Read more about Sweepers, Scrubbers, The Basics of Machinery

Looking for New… Try the Tennant M30

December 1, 2010

It is important to understand that I have no alliances with the sweeper/scrubber manufacturers. You can bet that the facts that we put before you are non-bias truths. So, when you are in the market for a new sweeper/scrubber and I suggest you... Read more about Looking for New… Try the Tennant M30

Do You Need Your Head Examined? Maybe.

November 1, 2010

It is not my forte, that is, Internal Combustion Engines, however, being around sweepers and scrubbers for 35 years, I have learned a little. Among many of the technical requests that I receive, many of them are “engine” related. Therefore,... Read more about Do You Need Your Head Examined? Maybe.

Engines of the Past

October 1, 2010

Recently I was looking up some engine parts for a customer on a Tennant Model 6650. This model is newer and has a GM Engine. For a moment I was reflective on how we got to this point, that is, this GM Engine, a four cylinder, distributorless... Read more about Engines of the Past

Back To Basics, The Broom Chamber

September 1, 2010

When it comes to the main broom and broom chamber, the basic idea or design is very similar from machine manufacturer to manufacturer. So, if I talk about, let’s say, the American Lincoln Model 3366XP Sweeper, the main broom chamber area is... Read more about Back To Basics, The Broom Chamber

Black and White — It Isn’t That Simple!

August 1, 2010

Unfortunately everything isn’t just black and white or a simple decision of yes or no without anything in between. Although it would be a rather boring world that we live in if that was the case.

In this article decisions to be made... Read more about Black and White — It Isn’t That Simple!

WHAT DO I USE? Sweeper, Scrubber or Sweeper/Scrubber

July 1, 2010

It’s the same question forever. Do I buy a sweeper, scrubber or a sweeper/scrubber? We are answering these questions today, in this article.

So, let’s begin. First of all, you must pay attention to your facility and just look around... Read more about WHAT DO I USE? Sweeper, Scrubber or Sweeper/Scrubber

Steering Your Way Clear

June 1, 2010

If one were to drive an automobile, make a right turn and/or a left turn, the turning radius should be the same with no difference. Another words, it takes the same amount of space to turn in either direction.

However, a sweeper such as... Read more about Steering Your Way Clear

Brush Material Choices — You Make the Call

May 1, 2010

It is what all of the models have is common. The Tennant Model 8410, American-Lincoln 7760, PowerBoss TSS90 and the Nilfisk-Advance Model 2052. Do you give up? They are all full sized sweeper-scrubbers. So, what constitutes a... Read more about Brush Material Choices — You Make the Call



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