December 30, 2019

Hog Technologies Delivers First Truck to European Airport

Hog Technologies, the world leader in marking removal and pavement maintenance, announced that it has delivered its award-winning Stripe Hog SH8000 to its first European airport customer.

The Stripe Hog SH8000 was delivered to Václav Havel Airport Prague in Prague, Czech Republic.

About Stripe Hog

The Stripe Hog is a world-leading water blasting system for removing pavement markings from roadways and airfields, rubber deposits from runways, and for cleaning surfaces of hydraulic oil, curing compound, and more. The Stripe Hog has been the leading product of Hog Technologies since 1996 and is the #1 preferred choice amongst American airports. 93% of North American airports that own a water blaster, own a Stripe Hog.

The Stripe Hog is available in both PTO and Auxiliary Engine-Driven formats. The Stripe Hog can integrate to the chassis of your choice or can be mounted to a skid or trailer. The Stripe Hog is available in a variety of flow rates ranging from 5.2 gpm (19 lpm) to 24 gpm (91 lpm). The Stripe Hog SH8000 is a PTO Engine-driven system with a flow rate of 12 gpm (45 lpm) and contains blasting widths from 6” (15.2 cm) to 72” (182 cm).

About Hog Technologies

Hog Technologies has a 30+ year history in the road and highway industry. Hog Technologies manufactures solutions for water blasting, grinding, grooving, rumbling, thermoplastic marking application, and surface cleaning. Hog Technologies is known for the Stripe Hog, Rumble Hog, Grinder Hog, Thermo Hog, Hog Pump, Surface Hog, Concrete Hog, Power Hog, Ground Hog, Hog Rider, and Hog Waller.

Hog Technologies has a global reach with its world headquarters in Stuart, Florida as well as international offices in Zlin, Czech Republic and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Its products are owned in 56 countries around the world with the Stripe Hog performing work in more than 80 countries.

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