For small and medium sized hard floors, Cimel developed the Turbolava 35 Plus Li-Ion scrubber dryer. This model can be used to clean in congested areas because it can navigate around tables, desks, appliances and beds. And because it is compact and light, and cordless thanks to the lithium-ion battery, it is simple to use.
The manufacturer says
With the introduction of its Tera large ride-on scrubber dryer RCM has incorporated the durability and reliability of the previous Metro model with new features. These include working autonomy, more versions available, stability and traction, better drying, ease of maintenance and ergonomics.
RCM says Tera can also be customised to suit different
A new steering concept has been introduced by Kärcher to its compact walk-behind scrubber dryer BR 35/12 C. KART (Kärcher Advanced Response Technology) is designed to offer maximum manoeuvrability, because the steering wheel directly controls the machine’s brush head.
The company says this model is particularly light and easy to
The Scrubmaster B310 R/B310 R CL ride-on scrubber dryers and combi-machines with 310-litre tank capacity from Hako are for use in shopping malls, multi-storey car parks or in the industrial and logistics sector.
Various models of the Scrubmaster B310 R are available - two disk-brush machines with working widths of 102 and 123 cm, plus a
Developed for working on small and medium-sized areas is the compact ride-on scrubber ARA 66|BM 70 from Columbus. The company says one of its special features is the long seat, which enables any operator to find the right ergonomic position for working comfortably.
The brush system adapts to different floor surfaces, while the patented mounting
The CRO8055 is the new compact ride-on scrubber dryer from Numatic, boasting user convenience, manoeuvrability and time saving on medium-sized applications which may previously been cleaned by a walk-behind.
Features include 80-litre clean and dirty water tanks; anti-tip system that prevents the machine from tipping when cornering sharply;