What You Need to Know about Ride On Sweepers

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Automatic sweepers have become the floor cleaner of choice for many businesses for a number of reasons. For one, it helps eliminate the need for additional workers, which means you can save a great deal of money on manpower. Additionally, it can perform better in removing dirt and stains that might be hard for bare hands to remove.

You have a couple of choices when purchasing automatic sweepers. One is a walk-behind scrubber and the other is ride-on. While a walk-behind scrubber can give your floor a good clean, it can still be difficult to handle, especially if you have a wide floor space. This is why you should consider using a ride-on scrubber instead.

Apart from allowing your body to stay relaxed while scrubbing the floor, a ride-on sweeper is also much safer to use than other cleaning tools because your feet are rested on the machine and all you have to do is to maneuver. The sweeper is not designed to go too fast either so you don’t have to worry about getting injured due to speeding.

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The Perks of Walk-Behind Floor Scrubbers

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Keeping the floor of your building clean will not only ensure the safety of its occupants but it will also help preserve the welcoming ambiance of your facilities. Investing in industrial floor scrubbers can help you achieve your floor cleaning goals. In choosing a type of industrial floor scrubber, you need to know which one will work best for you. A lot of experienced floor maintenance personnel prefer the walk-behind scrubber, and for good reasons.

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Choosing a Floor Scrubber

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A floor scrubber for your business can get more space cleaned in a shorter time than traditional cleaning tools. This can benefit your company in many ways. Your utility personnel doesn’t have to exert more effort, since the machine is expected to do most of the work. This could mean less expenses, considering that you don’t have to pay more workers to do the job.

You have to consider, however, several factors when choosing a scrubber.

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Is a Ride-On Sweeper Right for Your Business?

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Automated cleaning machines are definitely useful when it comes to cutting down on cleaning time as well as utilizing less manpower. For large facilities like warehouses and hospitals, it might take more than a day to clean one floor using traditional cleaning tools or a walk-behind sweeper. A ride-on sweeper can be the right equipment to cut down cleaning time from days to just several hours, with only one or two trained staff manning the sweeper.

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Tips for Renting an Industrial Floor Scrubber

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Are you tired of the inefficiency of mopping large areas, but simply cannot justify buying your own floor scrubber? If so, you may be interested in renting out an industrial floor scrubber. In fact, it’s a highly recommended option for those who won’t need to clean their flooring more than twice a month. With that in mind, here are a few tips for renting an industrial floor scrubber:

Know Your Floor Area

Each floor scrubber has a certain cleaning capacity, which is how much floor it can clean in a given amount of time. This is important as it will help you compute how much time it will take to fully clean all the areas you have in mind. If you have an idea of your floor area, you might want to let your rental service know so they can provide you with recommended models. Continue reading

Floor Sweepers Streamline Your Cleaning Process

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Does your staff spend hours cleaning the floor manually to comply with health and safety regulations? You are far better off introducing an automated floor sweeper to your cleaning routine.

The Hazards of Floor Debris

Many businesses deal with dirt and debris on a daily basis. Artisans may leave excess materials on the ground, construction workers often leave sawdust, shards or plastic around their feet, while stock warehouses or grocers may leave spills in their aisles. Requiring staff to go around cleaning up after all that takes up precious time that may be better spent elsewhere. Continue reading