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Taski Swingo 1850 scrubber/drier from Diversey

24 March 2011 by
Taski Swingo 1850 scrubber/drier from Diversey

Product Taski Swingo 1850 walk-behind scrubber and drier

USP Designed to improve productivity and slash the use of energy and cleaning solution, the new scrubber/drier is ideal for daytime cleaning as its W-shaped squeegees remove more than 99% of water from the floor

Details A large water tank and patented water-control system allows the machine to clean areas of up to 2,500sq m of floor between refills, while the wide 850mm width allows up to 3,825sq m of floor to be cleaned each hour.

Energy savings 20% from the large batteries with a four-hour runtime; another 20% if using the XFC (eXtra Fast Charge) batteries.

Detergent savings 40% from the Cleaning Solution Dosing system - which matches the volume of cleaning solution to the machine's speed - another 40% from the optional JFit dilution control system.

Other features Weight balance; sensitive speed control; lightweight handle with adjustable height and hand protectors; yellow colour-coding on parts needing regular maintenance checks such as squeegees, brushes, and filters.

Supplier Diversey
0800 525525

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