HOG Technologies

Stuart, FL 34997


About HOG Technologies


3170 SE Slater Street
Stuart, FL 34997

More Info on HOG Technologies

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Waterblasting Technologies was founded in 1988 by its current President & CEO, James P. Crocker. It began as a small pressure cleaning company named Pressure Cleaning Services Inc. servicing primarily the residential community. After becoming a thriving and successful residential and commercial painting company in 1995, high pressure water jet pumps became a valued part of the business in removing paint and various coatings. The opportunity soon arose to use these high pressure water jet pumps to remove road markings. Mr. Crocker was fascinated with the speed at which the markings were removed and the jets ability to remove such tough materials without substantially damaging the road surface.

Products and Press Releases

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Runway Management

The Stripe Hog

Oct. 16, 2019
The Stripe Hog is a water blasting system for removing rubber deposits from airport runways. The Stripe Hog can be mounted to a wide variety of trailers and chassis with either...
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Airport Marking Removal

Aug. 5, 2014
Waterblasting.com’s technicians have removed millions of square feet of rubber and paint at airports around the world and have the experience that boasts qualification, confidence...
Pavement Markings

Wasterblasting Technologies Celebrates 25 Years

Jan. 15, 2014
Company is offering an all-expense paid trip to its Florida headquarters for prospective agents.
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Runway Management

Stripe Hog waterblasting system

Sept. 21, 2011
Waterblasting Technologies manufactures the Stripe Hog waterblasting system to remove all types of pavement markings from roads and runways. The Stripe Hog has been available ...

Articles & News

Lee Harris
St. Louis Downtown Airport obliterated and replaced surface painted signs and two intersections were completely relocated away from the runway.
Pavement Markings

'From Design to Line'

April 23, 2020
Proper planning and equipment can improve your airfield painting plans.


Dave Friday

vp, sales & marketing

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