Saturday, 27 June 2015
PowerBoss has been dedicated to providing the highest level of customer support and service since the company’s founding in 1985. PowerBoss’s recently unveiled new website design furthers that mission by delivering the most cutting-edge technology to users. PowerBoss recognizes that many of its customers are abandoning PCs and laptops in favor of the convenience of smartphones and tablets, and the new website’s mobile-responsive design makes it easy for customers to experience the full range of its offerings no matter the device they use. At home, at the office and on-the-go, users can easily explore PowerBoss’s products and services, and they can engage in all facets of the website, including the new and improved Member’s Area.
Thursday, 25 June 2015
Whether you run a hospital, a restaurant or a retail store, you will quickly learn that cleanliness is everything. Your customers want to enter an establishment that is tidy and presentable, and a dirty store only turns prospects away. Worse, failing to clean your establishment will attract all sorts of bacteria and other unwanted contaminants that could endanger the health and safety of both you and your customers. It is important to keep your business clean at all times, but relying on manual cleaning tools such as mops and brooms can be tedious and inefficient. Instead, consider power industrial floor cleaning machines, which are produced and sold by manufacturers such as PowerBoss. These machines are the best options for cleaning surfaces while making the task easier and faster.
Tuesday, 23 June 2015
Industrial sweepers and scrubbers have gone through extensive development since their introduction in the early 1900s. Although their use remains the same, today’s models are leaps and bounds easier to use, and more environmentally-friendly than their older counterparts. Although facility managers should already understand the importance of a clean working environment, it’s certainly worth reiterating here: a tidy working environment promotes productivity, safety and product quality. Additionally, it portrays an image of quality standard that boosts employee morale and creates a good impression to visiting vendors and clients. Choosing the best floor-cleaning equipment, therefore, will help add more value to your enterprise.
Monday, 22 June 2015
The mop and the bucket are now way past their heyday. Automated industrial floor cleaning machines are taking over the stage due to their more powerful cleaning capabilities—a mere 17-inch machine can clean more than 12,700 square feet of flooring per hour, compared to a measly 4,100 square feet for a 16-ounce mop. These benefits have made an automatic industrial floor scrubber a valuable commodity, able to clean any hard surface floor quickly and efficiently. Part of its effectiveness is its ability to quickly replace dirty water with a fresh, clean batch, as well as the powerful cleaning action of the special scrub heads underneath it. A scrubber is also much less labor-intensive and efficient than a mop and bucket, offering practical value to anyone.
Thursday, 18 June 2015
There are two types of industrial scrubbing equipment available to businesses: the type you can ride on, and the ones that users push from behind. Both varieties are effective in their own right when it comes to cleaning floor surfaces in an instant versus the traditional bucket and mop approach, although their method of operation differs. One question remains, however: Is one truly better than the other?
The main advantage of using ride-on industrial scrubbers is that operators do not have to tire themselves from pushing the machine from one end of the premises to the other. Such an advantage can be a boon to business productivity as the operator can be tasked to do another job right after cleaning. A ride-on scrubber, in other words, reduces employee fatigue and at the same time makes sure the job gets done in no time.
On the other hand, walk-behind scrubbers are best known for their compact design, which allows them to easily fit in tight spots where ride-on models will have difficulty maneuvering around. In addition, walk-behind models are generally more affordable than ride-on types. Both types of scrubbers have their own advantages, so businesses should select one based on their specific cleaning needs.
Monday, 15 June 2015
For upkeep and safety, every facility needs a combination of floor care tools and equipment, from brooms and cleaners to walk-in and rider-type scrubbers and sweepers. Choosing the right equipment should be based on your facility’s specific cleaning needs.
Industrial floor sweepers are designed with circular brushes that rotate rapidly and quickly sweep up debris, which are then stored in a filtered container inside the machine. These machines are best used for cleaning up solid metal shavings, wood chips, and fibrous debris. Scrubbers, on the other hand, are ideal for light, dusty debris on hard floors, particularly oily surfaces.
In many instances, particularly for large scale operations, sweeping or brushing alone won’t be enough. You’d need to sweep first and then scrub to thoroughly remove dirt. You have the option to buy either two separate machines or a single machine that performs both functions. The main disadvantage of most combination machines, however, is that they have limited hopper and tank capacities. The more frequently you have to stop to remove the hopper and refill a tank, the longer it would take you to finish cleaning up.
When choosing a combo sweeper and scrubber, opt for a machine that sweeps and scrubs the surface at the same time, and has larger poly tanks that are easy to clean and fill to allow for faster cleaning. Also, a machine that features flexibility and maneuverability helps your maintenance personnel clean high-traffic and congested areas more effectively.