Inside the August 2009 Issue of Cleaner

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Packing a Punch
Meat processors know they can count on Speedy Rooter for professional service and a never-quit attitude, no matter what time of the day or night
Two-Way Street
Customers and vendors owe each other more than dollars in exchange for a product or service. They also owe honesty, loyalty, respect and information.
Dairy King
Waterjetting for dairy farms gives a diversified Wisconsin company an additional service and a profitable niche essentially free from competition
Look Down
Are your employees wearing shoes that are suited to the job of drain and pipe cleaning? If not, they could be risking serious and even crippling injury.
All Downhill
A ramp and winch system on spacious new cube bodies helps technicians at Surfside Plumbing and Rooter handle big cable machines with ease
Getting Credit
Yes, money’s tight, but you can still get financing for your business needs, if you maintain a good credit rating and do your homework
Picking the Right Jetter
Online discussion forum members deliver advice on selecting residential waterjet equipment and setting up vehicle-based systems
Making Water Work Harder
Contractors describe how training, maintenance and camera inspections help them get more from their investment in waterjetting equipment
Give Them a Break
A little extra caution goes a long way when navigating work zones on roadways
Rack ‘Em Up
A well-organized service van or truck can make parts and tools easier to find and make technicians more productive during long days in the field
Ready for Takeoff
A California contractor uses an exothermic epoxy to line an aqueous film-forming foam fire-suppression deluge system in a U.S. Army aircraft hangar
Where the Work Gets Done
Manufacturers offer the latest nozzle configurations for cleaning anything from sewer pipes to industrial tanks and vessels
Gen-Eye POD Provides Low-Cost, Flexible Inspection Tool Industry News - August 2009
UTI Names Territory Sales Manager