The latest addition to the Tennant scrubber dryer line is the T300 walk-behind which it says combines innovative technology and versatility.
T300 features the company’s next generation ec-H2O NanoClean water-based cleaning technology along with multiple machine configurations for almost any hard surface. Options include single disk,
Developed for the 50 cm walk-behind market is the Antea from Comac. This machine is available in a number of different versions: disk brush models with or without traction (Antea BT and B), a brushing-sweeping version (BTS) and an orbital option.
Ease of use and maintenance have been top priorities in the development of this model, says Comac.
For rapid cleaning of floors that need to be available for use immediately, RCM has developed the GO scrubber dryer for medium-sized areas. The company boasts it moves easily in the tightest of spaces and leaves behind no water on the floor at all.
Available in three versions: cable or battery with semi-automatic or electronic forward traction.
The CT15 Roller walk-behind scrubber dryer from IPC - which can work in reverse - can be turned into a carpet cleaner thanks to the company’s new carpet kit.
This is possible because the simple injection and extraction system, located near the small pump underneath the body of the machine, puts the water under pressure and sprinkles a
Turbolava 35 Plus scrubber dryers from Cimel are designed for use in small and medium-sized areas where there are many obstacles to negotiate - an alternative to mop and bucket cleaning the company says. They can be used for both daily and deep cleaning on many different surfaces.
Both electric and battery-powered versions are available. The
Following on from the development of the ECO-System for its scrubber dryer line Eureka has now introduced the Dose-Matic kit.
The ECO-System’s patented technology maximises the detergent solution, re-using it more than once. At the touch of a button the waste solution from the recovery tank is filtered and returned to the brush, with no