Cleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 23rd March 2023 Issue no. 1057
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The future of cleaning...
Under the slogan 'The Future of Cleaning by Hako', Hako gave visitors to this year's CMS in Berlin the opportunity to take a look into the future of cleaning technology. In addition to presenting its latest products, Hako used its stand for impressive live demonstrations by two autonomous cleaning machines. Winning the Purus Innovation Award 2019 for its innovative product 'Dust Stop', completed Hako's resounding success at CMS 2019.
Superior cleaning results without compromise, but with a clear focus on both the user and the environment - this is what characterises Hako's solutions for the future of cleaning. To provide maximum comfort for the operator, Hako's ride-on Scrubmasters have been designed as ergonomic, mobile workplaces. Just in time for the CMS 2019, Hako's Scrubmaster models B75R, B120R, B175R as well as the new model B260R were awarded the AGR (Aktion Gesunder Rücken e.V. www.agr-ev.de) quality label for their back-friendly overall machine concept, which makes Hako the first manufacturer worldwide to have received this accolade for its ride-on scrubber-driers.
The trade fair saw yet another new Hako product winning an important award: Dust Stop - Hako's innovative disc brush jacket, which reduces the development of fine dust during dry sweeping by up to 90 % in comparison to conventional disc brushes. This jacket so effectively prevents dust from rising that Dust Stop won the Purus Innovation Award 2019 in the category Equipment at this year's CMS.
With live demonstrations of both the prototype Scrubmaster B45i and the very marketable model RoboScrub, Hako showed visitors that autonomous cleaning technology has become far more than just a bold vision.
Equipped with innovative drive technology, cleaning technology that has been adapted to the requirements of autonomous working, special sensors that perceive information on the surroundings as well as Hako's in-house-developed navigation software, the Scrubmaster B45i provides autonomous floor cleaning.
The autonomous cleaning machines were met with a great deal of interest on the part of trade visitors and inspired intensive discussions between service providers, users and machine developers.
The new Scrubmaster B260R was yet another highlight. Visitors were able to see first-hand the Scrubmaster's outstanding efficiency: Equipped with either a cylindrical brush unit or a 2- or 3-disc-brush unit as well as a large 260-litre tank, this scrubber-drier provides both a particularly high cleaning performance of up to 8,600sq.m/hr and superior versatility - thanks to modular extension options such as the pre-sweep/vacuum unit, which allows sweeping and wet cleaning in a single working step. And what's more, the machine has been awarded the AGR quality label for ergonomic and back-friendly working.
Along with other products from Hako's cleaning technology segment, the company's digital solutions such as the new tool Hako-Fleet-Management and the wide range of comprehensive services also attracted a keen interest among trade fair visitors. Given the high number of visitors interested in Hako's products and much positive feedback received during the show, Hako can look back on four successful days of exhibiting at CMS 2019 in Berlin.
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