Cleaning Equipment News


Common Maintenance Repairs on Tennant Machines

  Timing belts: If the belt has been in use for 200+ hours or is used in a harsh environment, check for wear & tear, cracks, shredding, or slack. Fuel systems: Check the fuel hose and feed lines for signs...

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How to Replace Tennant T5 Squeegee Blades

When the blades become worn, simply rotate the blades end-for-end or top-to-bottom to a new wiping edge. Replace blades when all edges are worn. Replacing Squeegee Blades: Loosen the band clamp and remove the band fromthe squeegee assembly Replace or...

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Silica Dust Solutions for Sweeping

Overview Crystalline silica is a common mineral found in the earth's crust. Materials like sand, stone, concrete, and mortar contain crystalline silica. It is also used to make products such as glass, pottery, ceramics, bricks, and artificial stone. Respirable crystalline silica...

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Can a Sweeper Work in Wet Conditions?

If you are looking to buy a sweeper and are concerned with how it performs under wet conditions, you are most likely buying the wrong machine.  Sweepers are built to run dry, not wet.  When the manufacturer says they can...

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Latest Equipment Trends: ISSA Las Vegas Tradeshow 2015

After just returning from the Las Vegas tradeshow for ISSA (International Sanitary Supply Association), there were some interesting developments in the cleaning equipment world. SweepScrub visited with several manufacturers of cleaning equipment including Tennant, Nobles, Nilfisk-Advance, Karcher, Windsor, Tomcat and ICE. Tennant...

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Who rebuilds a SweepScrub floor scrubber?

When selecting a refurbished piece of floor cleaning equipment, one of the questions on your mind is "who is doing the work on this machine, and what is their qualification?"  SweepScrub uses factory certified technicians to perform the rebuilds on...

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