Clean Your Industrial Plant Floors With ASC Machines & Scrubbers

Maintaining cleanliness and hygiene is an inevitable part of your daily operations. And whilst it may not be as exciting as other aspects of your job, it is an essential component and key to your success and safety. So to help you find the right cleaning machines and get the job done quickly, efficiently and effectively, we’ve come up with the answers to some commonly asked questions about our ASC machines.

What type of floor cleaning machine do I need?

Broadly speaking, there are two types of floor cleaners: sweepers and scrubbers. Sweepers are fantastic for large facilities such as warehouses and outdoor spaces, particularly those that experience a lot of dust and loose debris. But sweepers do exactly what they say on the tin: they sweep. They remove debris, dust and other loose particles lying around your facility.

Industrial processes and equipment often create and leave behind a lot of grease, dirt, biological material and general residue. For that reason, most industrial plants will require a floor scrubber machine to get the job done. ASC scrubbers come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but they are all built to provide a thorough clean which removes all sorts of sticky substances, leaving your floors clean, dry, safe and ready for more work.

Which model should I get?

As we’ve already mentioned, ASC scrubbers come in various models, shapes and sizes. The right machine for you will depend on a variety of factors such as the size of your facility, the type of surfaces you have, your budget, your application requirements and much more.

Perhaps the first decision you will need to make is whether to have a ride on or walk-behind scrubber. Ride-on scrubbers can cover larger areas with minimal effort, whereas walk-behind scrubbers are ideal for smaller spaces. Another factor to consider is noise. Some machines are louder than others, while some, like the ASC Eureka E110, are designed specifically to reduce noise so that they can be used without disturbing other work. Some machines are also designed to be compact and transportable. So, for example, if you need your scrubber to reach multiple floor levels easily, you may wish to use the compact ASC Eureka E83 which can be easily transported in lifts.

What if I need a tile cleaning machine?

ASC floor scrubbers are designed to be able to work with a variety of surface types. So whilst you could spend more of your budget on a separate tile cleaning machine, chances are you can get the job done with your floor scrubber as well.

Conclusion

When it comes to maintaining effective, efficient and high-quality cleaning processes, having the right machinery is key. High-quality machines can last years, if not decades. So whilst you might not think you have the energy to spend on shopping around, taking your time to select the right machine for your space and requirements will save you an enormous amount of time, energy and money in the long run.

As we’ve already mentioned, there are a number of different factors to consider when selecting a floor cleaning machine. So to make sure that you get the best fit for your own specific needs, give our expert staff a call today on 1800 650 989. We’d be happy to talk you through your options and help you find the best machine for you.