Saturday, 28 November 2015
Businesses that have a large open space to clean might benefit from a floor scrubber. An automatic scrubber is often best as someone can either stand behind it or sit on top of a larger machine while it does the work. This is an ideal option for warehouses as they often have spaces that don't have objects in the way after orders are shipped during the day.
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
During a time-consuming cleaning project, you’ll benefit from using an auto floor scrubber because it cleanses over 20,000 square feet of space within an hour. However, to operate a unit at its full potential, you must prep the components properly and the work area strategically.
Friday, 20 November 2015
If you are looking to add industrial sweepers and scrubbers to your inventory of cleaning equipment, you'll find that there is a wide variety of products out on the market that will satisfy practically every floor cleaning need imaginable. Combination sweepers/scrubbers provide an aggressive cleaning while sweeping and scrubbing at the same time. Benefits and features vary from machine to machine. Specifications listed for models typically include: brush diameter, brush motor, brush rpm, height, height without handle, performance, recovery capacity, solution capacity, squeegee width, weight, weight without drive/batteries, working speed, and cleaning width. Each of these specifications should be carefully considered to choose the best machine for your facility and application.
Thursday, 19 November 2015
Commercial business owners understand the importance of keeping their businesses as clean, safe and sanitary as possible. When they want to make daily cleanup convenient and efficient, they invest in industrial floor cleaning machines from top vendors such as PowerBoss. A significant part of investing in one of these machines involves knowing how to use them safely. Follow these tips to use your industrial floor scrubbers safely. Safety Tips The first time you use an industrial floor scrubber can be intimidating, however, the newest models on the market prove easy to use. Owners can choose either walk-behind cleaners or riding scrubbers. Both options allow business owners to maintain the levels of cleanliness and sanitation required by OSHA and local health inspection laws.