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|  In PractIce  |  Flooring aisle widths as narrow as 179 centimeters (just under 71 inches), actually. Besides being very lightweight, this ride-on is even more maneuverable in tight areas than many a hand-operated machine. The machines can be ordered with the Chemical-on-Demand (CoD) system, which Christoph Konz, in consultation with Greitner Service, the cleaning contractor, recommended for the job at the Peschke print works: “With this system, the cleaning chemicals are fed as required via a pump by pressing a button. If the soiling is only slight however, the additional dosage can just as easily be switched off”, he explains. According to Konz, the system can cut the bill for chemical agents by up to 50 percent. Essentially, with Hako’s Chemical-on-Demand system activated, chemical cleaners are only used when really necessary. When soiling is light, the job can get done with cost-effective, chemi- cal-free cleaning. With stubborn dirt and stains, a press of the CoD button ups the cleaning power. A few drops of cleaner suffice to treat and clean the spot before the machine continues on its economical and environmentally friendly way. Since the mixing With this ride-on there is enough room for cleaning between the ratio is permanently programmed and precisely adjusted to the printing presses. task in each respective building, overdosing is no longer possible. “The results are splendid, the veil of dust has gone and the use of chemicals is reduced,” confirms Sascha Greitner, Operations around 3,000 square meters of coated industrial screed in the print Manager at Greitner Service. room of its veil of anti set-off spray powder and other contaminants. Christoph Konz mentions another benefit of Hako’s “In their search for a solution to this problem, they came to us Chemical-on-Demand technology: “Because there is actually only and we suggested the Scrubmaster B115 R. This ride-on scrubber fresh water in the feeder tank, there is no risk of sludge formation drier with a working width of 90 centimeters achieves a maximal or solids precipitation.” area coverage of up to 5,800 square meters per hour and pre- sents a cost-effective option for efficient hard floor cleaning,” No handling issues adds Christoph Konz. One of the reasons for this resides in the The printing works are cleaned anywhere between 11:30 a.m. and machine’s design: Rear-wheel steering with a 90 degree angle 7 p.m. During this time the machine is in operation twice every two and special squeegee kinematics enable it to turn on a dime, in hours, i.e. for four hours a day, to keep the floors clean and free Problem solved: Mujo Rakic, Christoph Konz and Sascha Greitner. Inserting the detergent container. Photos: rationell reinigen 38 GLOBAL CLEANING | ISSUE 2016


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