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Vacuum Truck Removes Contaminated Flour From Silo

Using a Vacuum Truck to Clean Silos How do you dry 80,000 lbs. of wheat flour, contained in a silo and wet from rain from a hurricane ? You don't. You use a vacuum truck to remove it from the silo and then you dump it. [caption id="attachment_3992" align="alignright" width="225"] Blackwell's GapVax truck dumping a…
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Industrial Cleaning of Ductwork to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Industrial Cleaning of Aspiration System Ductwork [caption id="attachment_3758" align="alignright" width="300"] Flour dust clogged the aspiration system ductwork where it made a 90 degree turn.[/caption] It's well known that indoor air is often more contaminated than outdoor air. This can be especially true in an industry that creates a lot of dust in the process of…
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Several Reasons Why Floor Coatings Fail

[caption id="attachment_3717" align="alignleft" width="150"] Peeling floor coating in a high moisture environment[/caption] Why do some floor coatings fail? [caption id="attachment_3718" align="alignright" width="150"] The base along the wall was simply painted on the wall but not joined to the floor.[/caption] There can be many reasons but the reason the vast majority of floor coatings fail is…
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Concrete Floor Polishing to Polish a Rock

Polishing a Granite Rock Using Concrete Floor Polishing Techniques Concrete floor polishing has a short history in the U.S. Some say it was introduced here in 1999. But concrete itself has been around for thousands of years. Without a doubt, concrete is the most widely used, man-made material used in construction.  Archaeologist can date its…
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