Cleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 23rd March 2023 Issue no. 1057
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'The Future of Cleaning' by Hako
Cleaning technology is fit for the future if it always delivers the best results efficiently, quickly and safely. At Interclean 2022 trade fair visitors experienced live how Hako meets this requirement with a broad product range of individually configurable cleaning machines and autonomous systems for small to large areas.
Every area of application places individual demands on cleaning technology. As an expert in this field, Hako offers the right complete solution for all cleaning tasks: with ergonomic machine concepts for more working comfort and safety, innovative solutions for more cleanliness and digital services for more productivity.
Supplemented with excellent services for full machine availability and attractive financing options, Hako offers its customers economically efficient complete packages - from a single source.
For example, the high-performance Scrubmaster B400 R Series: With an area output of up to 14,000sq.m/hr, 123cm or 155cm working width, large 400-litre solution and recovery tanks and numerous options, the ride-on machines are optimally equipped for large-scale tasks.
Hako also presented two new products for the smallest areas: The Scrubmaster B5 Orb (prototype) cleans even narrow and angled areas and is maximally manoeuvrable, light and flexible. With a working width of 43cm and innovative, orbital brush technology, it is the user-friendly alternative to manual cleaning and impresses with higher cleaning quality in much less time.
The Scrubmaster B25 (prototype) for use with disc brush or pad, clever details for easy handling and operation as well as Eco mode for more sustainability in floor cleaning, completes Hako's walk-behind programme. For use in hygiene-sensitive areas, both new machines can be optionally equipped with Hako-AntiBac for reduced bacteria and odour development.
Autonomous cleaning technology: the next generation
Hako is also one step ahead in terms of autonomy and is already presenting the latest generation of machines. Equipped with a disc or cylindrical brush, the compact Scrubmaster B75i is designed to clean predefined areas independently - naturally in compliance with safety standards. Operation is simple and intuitive; the 8-inch LCD panel clearly displays all relevant information. For short cleaning jobs in between, the Scrubmaster B75i can also be operated as a manual walk-behind scrubber-drier.
Electromobility becomes multifunctional
In addition to autonomy, electromobility is an important topic for the future. With the multifunctional, all-electric Citymaster 1650 ZE (pictured), Hako offers a zero-emission solution in the 3.5t class that is in no way inferior to combustion engine models in terms of multifunctionality and performance.
The Power of Small
Brand new: Under the motto 'The Power of Small', Hako presented the new multifunctional Citymaster 400 - the small all-rounder for outdoor use around the building at any time of the year.
The power of waterjet technology
In the case of particularly difficult-to-remove dirt or deposits as well as paint or varnish residues, professional waterjet technology from Oertzen meets the most diverse requirements of various industries efficiently, precisely and reliably: with high-performance cold or hot water high-pressure cleaners, electrically driven or with combustion engine.
Ecological weed control with a system
The power of water is also used in the Weco weed controllers sold exclusively by Hako. From the compact module to the perfectly matched solution for use with municipal machines from Hako: they are robust, user-friendly and powerful in ecological weed control with water that is consistently over 98° C - and with additional benefits: Beyond the weed season, they can also be used in high-pressure cleaning and irrigation mode.
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