Additional health and safety benefits boost already popular
floor cleaning machine
The Multiwash has long been one of the most popular floor cleaning machines in Truvox International Ltd’s range, and visitors to ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam were among the first to see and experience the very latest model.
The new machine, which will be available from July 2014, includes all the features that make the Multiwash so successful. It can wash, scrub and dry both hard and soft floor coverings in a single pass, leaving floors ready to walk on in minutes. A choice of brushes allows operatives to undertake normal, maintenance cleaning or intensive scrubbing, and it is quiet in operation, providing minimal disturbance for people using the building that is being cleaned.
It is also extremely effective on ‘difficult’ floors, such as non-slip safety floors, low pile carpets, escalators, travelators, and entrance matting; and it’s also easy to manoeuvre, not just when cleaning, but between sites and locations, too.
The new model includes some welcome innovations that improve both productivity and health and safety:
• Battery operation means no trailing cables, minimising the risk of trips and falls
• Continuous battery run time of up to 50 minutes
• Quick change battery system enabling longer run times with a second battery
• Four litre solution tank that is removable and easy to clean
• 34cm cleaning width
Tiling, rubber studded flooring, carpets and laminates can all be cleaned effectively by the Multiwash, and this versatility means it suits a number of different industry sectors such as education, healthcare and retail.
The Multiwash 340/Pump Battery operates by applying the cleaning liquid to the floor surface via the spray pump in front. Using counter rotating cylindrical brushes, which exert more than 4-6 times more pressure than a rotary machine, the brushes scrub the floor and throw the dirty water onto the conveyor drum. Due to its high brush pressure and speed, less water and solution is used which makes it both cost effective and beneficial in environmental terms.
For more information call 023 8070 6600, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.truvox.com