BOOST® the Way Your Floors Are Cleaned | Corona, CA

BOOST the way your floors are cleaned

Finding a proper floor scrubber isn’t the easiest decision to make. Not only are there hundreds of floor types, but there are many factors to consider when investing in a floor scrubber. Who is going to operate it? How long does it take to clean your floors now? What are the maintenance issues you’ll be faced with in the future? In the past, the options were slim – automatic scrubbers with some type of rotating discs or scrubbers. It worked for what it was, but there was always something lacking in the cleaning of these products. The product was slow in its overall function, only running on low-RPM machines and the scrubbing product needed on these machines required a pressure that the machine wasn’t capable of in order to achieve the preferred result. The result? A machine that wasn’t effective in today’s industry. Disc scrubbers were on their way to becoming obsolete. Because the machines didn’t have the power to do the job correctly, damages were developed on worn out product. But the main disadvantage was a big one – disc scrubbers only scrubbed in one direction. And we all know a good scrub requires varied angles in order to get the fullest cleaning.

BOOST® cleaning pads are rectangular, so unlike the surfaces area skipped by using round discs, these rectangular pads scrub consistently and in tandem with each other, not only resulting in a cleaner surface, but it is also done in a faster time, saving energy and manpower hours. With BOOST® Technology, cleaning solution is applied to the front of the pad, so it is a more thorough, efficient application to your flooring. With Clarke’s patented Pulse Modulated Solution Control, you will save in both cleaning solution and water – a savings of 50-70%!

To find out more about choosing your scrubber, please contact us at (951)735-2905 or visit www.sciefloorscrubbers.com.

Southern California Industrial Equipment proudly serves Corona and all surrounding areas.

What You Need to Know About the Advance-Adgressor® Rider-Scrubber | Corona, CA

All businesses are like snowflakes – no two are the same. And while the businesses and their buildings may vary, the general maintenance is generally the same.  We need a clean space in order to function properly, and that’s where our selection of floor scrubbers come into play. The Advance Adgressor® rider-scrubber is not only a fantastic piece of equipment due to its flexibility, but its EcoFlex™ System, making it an environmentally friendly way to maintain your facility’s cleaning routine.

The Adgressor is designed to be able to switch pad pressure, water and detergent quickly and easily, so it is able to perform all your cleaning needs with very little effort. Depending on your need, you can switch between water only for quick upkeep, ultra-low detergent for a routine cleaning, standard detergent for those tougher messes and the EcoFlex’s burst of power for the ultimate deep cleaning.

Not only does it have this multi-functionality in its cleaning modes, but because it is a riding machine, the operator will save both time and energy that can be utilized in other projects. In one hour, the Adgressor with a 35-inch scrub deck cleans up to 46,200 square feet in an hour while a manual scrubber with a 32-inch scrub deck cleans 28,160 square feet in that same hour. As an employer, this is a benefit as the time and money spent on manpower in order to maintain the floors manually is drastically higher than when using the Adgressor rider-scrubber.

If shopping for cleaning equipment that is not only versatile but economical and eco-friendly, the Advance-Adgressor rider-scrubber is tough to beat.

To find out more about choosing your scrubber, please contact us at (951)735-2905 or visit www.sciefloorscrubbers.com.

Southern California Industrial Equipment proudly serves Corona and all surrounding areas.

Cleaning Up in the Aftermath | Corona, CA

Now that we are slowly beginning to reopen after the COVID-19 lockdown, there are lots of procedures that will have to change when it comes to keeping companies safe for its employees and clients. Harsher restrictions will need to be put in place in order to keep everything clean and germ-free. This includes the floors. Make sure to check on the precautions mandated and insert them into your cleaning routines. But there is a difference between clean, disinfected and sanitized – and this is the way that they all break down:

Cleaned. To clean a floor is to remove dirt and grime, in order to make it look nice and shiny to the eye. Unfortunately, many all-purpose floor cleansers are just cleaning the floors; they aren’t actually getting rid of germs.

Sanitized. When you sanitize a floor, you are cleaning it deeper than a basic cleaning, because they reduce the growth of bacteria on surfaces. It is better, but it isn’t as deep of a clean as a good disinfecting.

Disinfected. The deepest of the clean, disinfecting floors will kill both the germs and the bacteria. This should be the norm of most companies nowadays.

The wonderful thing about floor scrubbers is that they have the ability to clean and sanitize at the same time, using certain cleansers. And within those high-traffic areas, disinfecting will be ideal. After all, airborne germs are transmitted easily and can spread along surfaces like floors in a spray-like way that becomes impossible to trace. Being able to have a machine that can effectively keep everyone safe is the ultimate goal.

To find out more about choosing your scrubber, please contact us at (951)735-2905 or visit www.sciefloorscrubbers.com.

Southern California Industrial Equipment proudly serves Corona and all surrounding areas.

Three Mistakes to Avoid when Purchasing an Industrial Floor Scrubber | Corona, CA

Now that we are in an age of disinfecting our homes and businesses, it is important that we have the most thorough, time-saving and economical ways possible to keep everyone safe. After all, long gone are the days of a mop and bucket – we need stronger equipment. One of these sanitary ways is to invest in an industrial floor scrubber. The problem is, it is quite the investment and should be researched thoroughly before we decide in order to get the best machine for our needs. Unfortunately, many don’t take the time to research the product and/or their needs, so poor decisions cause issues down the line. Rather than let you make those mistakes, here are the more common things you need to consider when purchasing industrial cleaning equipment.

Replacement parts. When you purchase a floor scrubber, the last thing you are thinking about is it breaking. But it is important that you know how accessible replacement parts are, once things do start to do. It won’t be handy if you have to wait weeks before your machine can be fixed.

Battery packs. Similar to replacement parts, knowing what is powering the machine is very important. Do you need to plug it in? Are the batteries easily maintained? Knowing what type of battery your machine uses will help make your decision.

Floor type. Make sure you know what your flooring is made of before choosing a floor scrubber. Certain flooring needs certain treatments, so keeping this in mind when making your decision will prevent issues to both your floors and the machine cleaning it.

To find out more about choosing your scrubber, please contact us at (951)735-2905 or visit www.sciefloorscrubbers.com.

Southern California Industrial Equipment proudly serves Corona and all surrounding areas.

Will Floor Scrubbers Save Us from COVID-19? | Corona, CA

Let’s face it – it’s a scary time we are living in. Not only are we keeping social distances, but we are sanitizing every surface we are touching with any type of disinfectant we can find. Don’t touch your face, don’t shake hands; it’s all very aggressive and forced. But there is one area that many people are forgetting, an area that we can’t control – our floors.

While establishments are hunkering down and scrubbing the surfaces we touch, how are the floors staying clean? With so much foot traffic, it is likely that a floor scrubber is the ideal choice to keeping the floors clean. But in this COVID-19 world we live in, additional steps should be taken in order to keep the floors as clean as possible. And since there is no such thing as too clean, here are a few tips to keep in mind as we prepare to sanitize the floors with our floor scrubbers.

Bump up the cleanser. The traditional solution used to clean floors in the past was industrial and fantastic, but nowadays we need to bump up the disinfectant. Thoroughly clean the water tank after each use, add clean water and an EPA-registered disinfectant that is approved to kill SARS-CoV-2–the cause of COVID-19.

Clean the cleaner. Floors aren’t the only thing that needs to get special attention. Because the virus can be transferred through metals and hard surfaces, the machine’s operator needs to take time after each cleaning to wipe down every surface area on the scrubber itself with hospital-grade spray/wipes.

Each one, teach one. Refocus the staff with stricter cleaning practices. Equip them with PPE and a set of new surfaces to pay close attention to when cleaning so everyone stays safe.

To find out more about sanitizing your scrubber, please contact us at (951)735-2905 or visit www.sciefloorscrubbers.com.

Southern California Industrial Equipment proudly serves Corona and all surrounding areas.

Why You Need the Advance Adgressor® Rider-Scrubber in Your Life | Corona, CA

Because no business is exactly alike, when delving into our product expansion, we decided that we needed to include all variations of industrial scrubbers, including both riding and manual-push. The Advance Adgressor® rider-scrubber is not only a fantastic piece of equipment due to its flexibility, but its EcoFlex™ System, making it an environmentally-friendly way to maintain your facility’s cleaning routine.

The Adgressor is designed to be able to switch pad pressure, water and detergent quickly and easily, so it is able to perform all your cleaning needs with very little effort. Depending on your need, you can switch between water only for quick upkeep, ultra-low detergent for a routine cleaning, standard detergent for those tougher messes and the EcoFlex’s burst of power for the ultimate deep cleaning. Name the cleaning challenge, the Adgressor has the solution.

Not only does it have this multi-functionality in its cleaning modes, but because it is a riding machine, the operator will save both time and energy that can be utilized in other projects. Yes, it’s true – the Adgressor can clean twice as much space as a manual scrubber within the same amount of time. In one hour, the Adgressor with a 35-inch scrub deck cleans up to 46,200 square feet in an hour while a manual scrubber with a 32-inch scrub deck cleans 28,160 square feet in that same hour. As an employer, this is a benefit as the time and money spent on manpower in order to maintain the floors manually is drastically higher than when using the Adgressor rider-scrubber.

If your commercial/industrial building is in need of cleaning equipment that is not only versatile but economical and eco-friendly, the Advance-Adgressor rider-scrubber is tough to beat.

The Different Types of Floor Scrubbers | Corona, CA

Slips, trips and falls are the top causes of workplace injury. Generally caused by human error and/or carelessly not paying attention, it is important to ensure your floors are clean and dry in order to curtail these accidents from happening. Perhaps the most popular piece of equipment that prevents slips, trips and falls is the industrial floor scrubber. Additionally, these floor scrubbers can boost productivity, reducing operating costs and saving time by more quickly cleaning the warehouse’s floor surfaces.

But the true problem is, what type of floor scrubber is right for you and your current floor maintenance needs? After all, the point is to reduce the injuries. You need to be sure your investment is going to be the perfect fit for your needs. Here’s a guide to the two main categories of floor scrubbers — walk behind and ride-on scrubbers — that will help you understand their differences:

Walk behind floor scrubbers. As their name implies, walk behind floor scrubbers are guided by the operator, who stands behind the machine; most walk behind floor scrubbers don’t actually need to be pushed, however, making the job easier for the operator. These floor scrubbers use a diluted cleaning solution for optimal efficiency and come in a variety of widths to handle aisles of all sizes.

Ride-on floor scrubbers. Ride-on floor scrubbers are ideal for larger floor spaces that need to be cleaned in a short amount of time, as they can be operated continuously. These floor scrubbers can carry large amounts of water and are equipped with high-power batteries. These machines typically come equipped with floor sweeping capabilities, as well.

To find out more about floor scrubbers, please contact us at (951)735-2905 or visit www.sciefloorscrubbers.com.

Southern California Industrial Equipment proudly serves Corona and all surrounding areas.