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MRO Department Manager, Nelson-Jameson, Inc.

Tech Tip: Selecting Trash Can Liners






If your liner is too large, and hangs over the side of the trash can, it is wasted money and plastic. A too-small liner will fall into the can. There are two types of plastics used for trash can liners – linear low density and high density. Both have specific applications where they are more suitable. Linear low […]

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Tech Tip: Brush Sizing






Correctly sizing your brush is critical for optimal cleaning. When selecting the diameter of the brush used to clean the interior of tubing, pipes, drains, valves, etc. keep these tips in mind. The key to efficiency is maximum tip contact to the surface – the tips of the brush are what provide proper cleaning. Select […]

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Tech Tip: Brush Maintenance Tips






In the food industry, proper cleaning is important for assuring a sanitary food processing environment. Taking care of the tools that do the cleaning is also a vital part of the process. Here are some tips for keeping your brushes in good working order. Do Clean your cleaning tools regularly. Provide adequate storage space and […]

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Tech Tip: Flagged vs. Unflagged Broom Bristles






There are many options when looking at the bristles in your brooms – material, stiffness, color, etc. One option is a flagged or unflagged bristle. The ends of flagged bristles look like split hairs – these bristles are ideal for sweeping up fine powders or debris in dry areas. When used in wet applications it […]

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You Asked…We Listened!






Color-coding is an important topic for food processors and at Nelson-Jameson, Inc. we understand this. We continue to work with our suppliers to provide the products necessary for you, our customer, whether that be the same products in new colors or completely new products to fill a void. One request we’ve continued to hear is […]

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