To place a Stripe Hog® Waterblasting System on every runway and roadway in the world while ensuring that we are ALWAYS exceeding customers’ expectations. To maintain an energetic, productive work environment that drives innovation and excellence, creating excellent customer reviews, driving profitability, consistent personal and financial growth.
Hog Technologies Company Profile
We have become the market leaders worldwide with more water blasting units working around the globe than our 5 closest competitors combined. We will work tirelessly to maintain this position by always thinking “outside the box” and listening to our customers’ concerns.
Hog Technologies manufactures the Stripe Hog® Waterblasting System and Smart Vac® Vacuum Systems which are used to remove rubber from runways and all types of pavement markings from asphalt and concrete roadways.
The Stripe Hog® Waterblasting System quickly and completely removes all types of durable pavement markings from asphalt and concrete surfaces with the least amount of negative impact to the surface. The Stripe Hog® does its work using needle-sharp 40,000 psi water jets and a powerful vacuum recovery system that leaves the road or runway clean and virtually dry. The resulting debris is quickly de-watered using a patented process so that the debris can then be dumped easily from the tank.
Hog Technologies was founded in 1988 by President & CEO, James P. Crocker. It began as a small pressure cleaning company primarily servicing the residential community. The opportunity soon arose to use high-pressure water to remove road markings. Mr. Crocker was fascinated with the speed at which the markings were removed and the ability to remove such tough materials without substantially damaging the road surface.
The original Stripe Hog® was developed in 1997 as the company sought to develop a machine that could perform pavement marking removal with near perfect and repeatable performance. Through rigorous research and development, the Stripe Hog® pavement marking and runway rubber removal system has continued to improve in performance and now operates in 56 countries around the world.