|Available Material||Aluminum, PP & ABS|
|Application||Laboratories, Chemical Industry Pharmaceutical unit|
Floor scrubber is a floor cleaning device. It can be simple tools such as floor mops and floor brushes, or in a form of walk-behind or ride-on machines to clean larger floor areas by injecting water with cleaning solution, scrubbing, and lifting the residuals off the floor. With the advancement in robotics, autonomous floor-scrubbing robots are available as well.
Types Of Automatic Floor Scrubber Heads
There are 3 common types of automatic floor scrubber heads: Disk, Cylindrical, and Square Oscillating.
The most common, disk style floor scrubbers use a circular motion with a round pad or brush to agitate a cleaning solution against the floor to release soils. Disk floor scrubber heads work best on smooth floors.
Using counter rotating tube style brushes that rotates perpendicular to the floor, cylindrical floor scrubbers clean rough or uneven surfaces. Cylindrical brushes usually have a collection tray behind the brushes that can pick up larger debris such as rocks, screws and small bolts. This reduces the need to sweep or dust mop prior to scrubbing, although it is still a good idea if possible.
Similar to the disk style, square oscillating floor scrubbers use a flat pad to scrub the floor. The difference is that instead of spinning, it moves in a vibrating motion at a much faster speed. The square design allows for cleaning closer to walls and in corners. The high speed motion and down pressure also allow this style of floor scrubber head to be useful for removing floor finish from vinyl composite tile and well as prepare wood floors for refinishing. A specialized, abrasive pad is used for these procedures.