Industrial Cleaning Machine
Industry has changed over time, moving away from the heavy and labour intensive to the smaller more mechanised unit. As industry has developed and its processes have become more sophisticated, the need for cleanliness and hygiene has become a necessity rather than a luxury. Keeping pace with the changes in industry, the industrial cleaning machine has developed and changed as well and there is now a formidable range of appliances that form part of the modern commercial housekeeping regime.
The modern industrial cleaning machine’s operation takes account of the economic and environmental factors that are important to the user. Efficiency in the use of power, water, chemicals etc. is criteria that are crucial in the selection of the correct machine and technology is moving quite fast in this area, with more functional, labour saving and energy efficient machines coming on to the market all the time.
Industrial floor cleaning machines
Cleaning the floor area is one of the most regular cores in the workplace; fortunately there are a plethora of industrial cleaning machines to assist. There are different types of floor sweepers both pedestrian operated and ride-on; or there are scrubber driers, which are operated in the same fashion and provide a deeper clean.
Vacuum cleaners can be dry, wet and dry, a tub type, or upright. Battery powered vacuums have the advantage of no trailing cables and the advancements in battery technology have led to the introduction of a wide range of new commercial vacuums, including backpack vacs for cleaning in smaller spaces and also to clean upholstery.
There is a vast range of floor cleaning machines to call on for a variety of tasks.
Industrial cleaning machines for other surfaces
For other areas and surfaces the range of equipment is no less impressive. Washing surfaces can be difficult if the deposits adhere and are difficult to remove. Commercial pressure washers work by forcing water through a nozzle to create a strong jet to blast the dirt away. There are various types of pressure washer which use cold or hot water and can generate steam. These may use a detergent applicator and can be portable or static.
Other cleaning requirements could be met using a dry steam cleaner which introduces steam to a surface to remove stubborn deposits and sanitise surfaces, without the need for chemicals.
Whilst there is a huge range of industrial cleaning machines to choose from, some business, particulalry those in the heathcare or food industries, need something which is tailored to their operational processes. B&G have the capability to design and install bespoke industrial cleaning machines and systems computer controlled cleaning systems that are efficient and cost effective.
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