The wet scrubbing machine can also be loaded on the trolley. Depending
on the type of flooring, its area performance is 1,200 to 1,500 square
meters per hour on one battery set.
responsible for the very good cleaning performance. “Depending on
the type of flooring, the area performance is 1,200 to 1,500 square
meters per hour on one battery charge,” says Ernst Heuberger,
i-Mop Key Account Manager at Kenter. “We recommend a second
battery pack for even more flexibility in everyday cleaning.” Work
safety is guaranteed at all times during use because the dirty
is immediately and completely vacuumed up.
Due to its compact dimensions, the machine can be stored virtually
anywhere. The charger and batteries can be separately
stored and recharged. They require charging times of between
one hour (80 percent) and four hours (100 percent). The waste-
and freshwater tanks are easy to fill, empty and clean. The dirty
All work together in the Median Park-Klinik Bad Dürkheim (left to right):
Udo Weissmantel, Jürgen Gilbert (both Klüh), Christian Scholz, Ernst
(both Kenter) and Saydam Muenevver (Klüh).
solution can be emptied into any sink or toilet. The integrated
filling hose ensures that any water faucet can be used for tanking.
“This ensures short transport distances and high flexibility
use,” says Ernst Heuberger. The i-Mop XL is good
not only for small and medium-sized surfaces,
but also increases
productivity in larger objects. This is the result of accessories
such as the i-Cart trolley,
which is available
The complete variant
includes doors, a gar
bage bag, 15 meters
of charging cable, buckets,
tanks, replacement batteries
charger for more mobility, performance and thus lower costs. The
i-Rack enables simultaneous loading of multiple battery sets. The
space-saving i-Schrank ensures safety with its lockable doors.
Brushes and pads for different requirements round out the company’s
It can also be used in corners and edges under cupboards. A trolley for the i-Mop XL is also available. Photos: Michaela Heider-Peschel
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