5 Key Advantages of Switching to Electrical Equipment

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In this current day and age, one of the most common topics of discussion is the possibility of converting to electric vehicles and other electric equipment. There could be several reasons behind wanting to make this change. One of the biggest reasons is that currently, diesel fuel is over $5/gallon on average in the United…

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4 Tips to Help You Purchase the Right Vacuum Truck

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When investing in the equipment you need for your business, it is important to make sure you are buying the right products. The moment you begin to research vacuum trucks for sale, it won’t take you long to realize that they aren’t cheap. They are an investment in your business and one that you should…

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5 Fleet Maintenance Planning Tips You Need to Implement Immediately

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As we move closer and closer to the winter months, there is one thing that needs to be on everyone’s priority list: fleet maintenance. If you don’t want to find yourself unexpectedly browsing through vacuum trucks for sale come spring, then you need to ensure you have your fleet prepared. Unfortunately, maintenance planning isn’t just…

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5 Ways to Improve Employee Safety When Working in Construction Zones

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Safety should always be your first priority, especially when operating an industrial vacuum truck. There is always a certain level of risk associated with handling heavy machinery, but that risk grows exponentially when in a construction environment. Did you know that of the 156 pedestrian fatalities that occur in work zones, 32% are workers? Also,…

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6 Ways to Better Help Onboard Your Service Technicians

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When hiring technicians to operate an industrial vacuum truck, it is important that they get onboarded properly. Of course the primary point of logic behind this is safety, however, another major factor includes preventing turnover. About ⅓ of all new employees quit their job within the first six months. While there might be a handful…

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