What Makes Industrial Floor Scrubbers Unique?


Tidying up large floor areas is no easy task. At times, the conventional mop and bucket are never enough, not to mention time-consuming. For this reason, many companies now opt for industrial floor scrubbers for their cleaning needs.

There are two types of industrial floor scrubbers commonly seen and used in business establishments. They can either be ride-on scrubbers or walk-behind scrubbers. Choosing a particular model is dependent on the area that needs to be cleaned, as well as the type of surfaces the scrubber will tread on.

Cleaning Abilities

First off, the function of a scrubber is different from that of a sweeper. A scrubber adds that extra bit of elbow grease in ensuring that even the toughest of stains are thoroughly cleaned. Industrial floor scrubbers can release cleaning solution on the target area, making it an ideal tool for floor problems like scruff marks, oil stains, mud, chemicals, and the like.

Easy to Operate

Generally, ride on scrubbers and walk behind scrubbers require no special training to operate. Most models are now equipped with push button controls, and they are compact enough to maneuver even in tight aisles.

Economical and Safe to Use

Newer models of industrial floor scrubbers are now more energy efficient and conserve water better. The amount of water and cleaning solution deployed are all electronically controlled, making the cleaning process more efficient and economical. Because water is expected to come in contact with the floors or surfaces, the scrubbers have special non-skid tires so they can easily move across the area.


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