When it comes to façade maintenance and graffiti removal, different challenges apply across Europe. Ann Laffeaty finds out why this should be the case – and asks manufacturers how they tackle the various façade cleaning problems they encounter from country to country.
The protocol behind most cleaning tasks is fairly universal
From Hako come three types of floor polishing machines. The first is a 450-rpm machine for the simple polishing of uncoated, shining floor coverings as well as soft coatings based on polymer and soap. There is also a 1,100-rpm high speed model as well as an ultra-high speed one for floor coatings used in high traffic areas.
The company says it is
The Orbis UHS 1500 ultra-high speed single disk burnisher from Truvox International incorporates straight line operation for maximum productivity, the company says.
Lower profile casing, with built-in floating pad assembly, ensures greater accessibility and full pad contact with the floor. There is a centre guide wheel for up-to-the-edge
Nilfisk will soon launch a walk-behind battery burnisher - the newly designed BU800. This offers updated double-pivot pad driver design to ensure the machine stays in alignment and follows floor contours for a more consistent gloss.
Passive dust control improves indoor air quality during operation while a more user-friendly design includes
With the launch of green care Longlife Complete Werner & Mertz Professional says it is offering a holistic and sustainable floor coating - boasting durability; consistent appearance; time-saving processability even on damp linoleum floorings; resistance to alcohol and disinfectants; complete removability; and quick and easy care film
The mains-powered BDP 50/1500 C and battery-powered BDP 43/1500 C are Kärcher’s two ultra-high speed polishers for cleaning of smooth, coated floors. Because both are quiet in operation - 56 and 57 dB(A) - they are suitable for daytime use in busy areas.
Both polishers have a chassis for straight-line stability, while the support wheel