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- Wed Jan 20, 2021 9:30 pm
- Forum: Insurance-Related
- Topic: Class codes for workers comp.
- Replies: 2
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Tom I am going through this now. after 10 years of workman's comp covering sweeping and striping they want to separate them and charge me for both. I pay under a minimum payroll of $37000 for WC for all the work I have done over the last 10 years now they want to charge me $37000 wage each which dou...
Like the jets used to dry NASCAR tracks after a rain. I would like to try one to melt snow but the fuel would be a killer. Here we don;t try to melt the snow/ice we just dump tons of sand on it till spring, that gives me something to do in the spring then summer I get to repaint line that were scrap...
- Tue Aug 13, 2019 9:43 am
- Forum: Parking Area Sweepers
- Topic: Masco Sweepers for sale and Parts
- Replies: 1
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Looking for those pictures. You looking to resizes the sweepers. (LOL) There is a new one here that does a great job for our city parks.
Cool May we get some incite on this new project? Maybe a pic. when no one is looking just to keep us all in suspense. Could it be a turbine powered fan? maybe with a lazier field in the pickup tube to vaporizer anything that passes through. Just think a sweeper that does not need to hold or collect ...
Is there any dirt getting into the hopper? When I had mine and it did like you reported it was the conveyer not lifting the dirt. the broom worked but to much dirt piled up in front of it sliding under the main broom. Lift the hopper and run the broom to see if the conveyer is running. Very little d...
- Mon Oct 19, 2015 9:03 pm
- Forum: Broom Sweepers
- Topic: Do any of you get requests for "vacuum brooms" ?
- Replies: 3
- Views: 19501
We do the same thing here. Sometimes finding the machanical broom does a good enough job they don't want an air sweeper or think they need it. We find the machanical brooms (Mobil or Pelican) work great for heavy cleanup and the vacume (Elgin aircub or Victory MarkII ) work best for maintaining area...
Do you have a parts manual? if not one can be downloaded here. http://www.floor-equipment-parts.com/TennantManuals/Sweeper/tennant_800_sweeper_sn-004000plus.pdf If there is no change when applying power not even an attempt for the motor to rev up then I would Check page 2-76 item#16 see if it is get...