As part of our special report on batteries, a look at how good charging habits can boost performance and prolong battery life – from Roger Stockton, technical specialist at Delta-Q Technologies.
Customer satisfaction and productivity when using battery-powered floor machines is based on the machine being available and able to run for
Cleaning a floor can be very difficult, given the huge range of floor types around these days. But who trains the cleaners in this complex task, and how do they go about it? Ann Laffeaty finds out.
Cleaning a floor should theoretically be a simple matter of sweeping, mopping or scrubbing the surface to ensure that it is clear of dirt and
TTS has introduced a new range of double-sided mops that can be mixed and matched to allow cleaners to combine two applications in one pass.
The company’s TRI+ system of mops can be configured for washing and drying or washing and dusting. They can also be used on safety floors or on regular floors depending on the operator’s
In order to help cleaning operatives to choose the correct floor pad for their task Wecoline has developed a free floor pad app which maps out the floor cleaning challenge step by step and advises which one to use.
The app also offers information on the best working method by using short videos. If the user needs more information they can contact
Nilfisk has designed its SC1500 stand-on scrubber dryer to offer ease of use, performance and
reliability. The operator simply steps up, pushes the pedal and starts cleaning.
With its large tank, double brush pressure and up to 3.5 hours of battery running time the cleaning capacity of the SC1500 is up to 2,438 square metres per hour. Suitable
Wetrok has launched what it claims to be the first non-hazardous floor stripper, Wetrok Speedclean. This was developed for the removal of protective films or coatings on floors using scrubber dryers instead of single disk machines.
Cleaning speed is up to 75 per cent faster than by conventional methods, claims Wetrok, and because the solution is