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Cleanfix’s smallest ride-on scrubber dryer is the RA 535 IBCT, which boasts a tight turning radius, narrow width and optimum manoeuvrability.
Designed to fit into a standard sized lift, this model can clean in congested areas such as supermarkets and schools. It is ready for operation at the push of a button while the brush and suction base
Fimap says its scrubber dryers are designed to be easy to use which will save on training costs, reduce downtime and maintenance. All its machines incorporate functionality that allows clear identification of machine parts and controls.
With the most compact walk-behind Genie, for example, there are only three activation buttons that can be
Scrubtec 6 is a new line of scrubber dryers from Nilfisk boasting performance, ergonomics and reliability. Available in three-disk version with up to one metre scrubbing width, or one cylinder version of 71 cm.
The large 120-litre solution and recovery tanks allow up to one-and-a-half hours of continuous scrubbing, while down pressure enables
Thanks to its contra-rotating brushes the Multiwash scrubber dryer from Truvox exerts just the right amount of extra pressure needed to tackle grime in the grouting of tiled floors, as the bristles safely dig deep into porous tiles and grout lines, loosening and removing soils.
Truvox claims that because the brushes are so effective the machine
With a width of 105 cm and cleaning speed of 7.5 km per hour the Taski Swingo 5000 battery-powered ride-on scrubber is the largest and most advanced in the Diversey range.
Designed to give optimum drying results, the patented W-shaped squeegee follows floor profiles to remove water on difficult floors or uneven surfaces. Cleaning solution waste
Kärcher’s B 40 W walk-behind scrubber dryer features the Intelligent Key operating system that enables each user to set up an individual profile. Kärcher says it is particularly efficient in the eco!efficiency mode.
Kärcher Intelligent Key can be used to set varying levels of authorised access by means of colour-coded keys