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HEFTER Cleantech


HEFTER Cleantech develops, produces and sells innovative system solutions, supplies and services for efficient management of cleaning tasks today, tomorrow and in the future.


Leading edge technology, high quality and customer satisfaction are the basis for maintaining and expanding technology leadership in the premium segment of the industry.


Staff specialising in service, sales, supplies and distribution canals, support our customers in German-speaking countries, in Europe, and in defined segments of the USA, in Middle East and Asia Pacific.


Profitability, business ethics and sensitivity for our environment are of the highest priority in our company.


HEFTER Cleantech has been developing innovative technologies for professional floor cleaning since 1st April 1993. These technologies are designed to reduce time and manual work in cleaning process to a minimum.


HEFTER Cleantech manufactures in Germany and Hungary and sells its products in more than 30 countries.


HEFTER Cleantech Technologies HEFTER Cleantech uses distinct technologies as a platform for innovative product design and manufacturing. This enables us to offer outstanding user benefits over and above competitive products,


to sustain


technology leadership in the premium segment of the cleaning product industry.


Reducing cost of labour, delivering quality and reliability, and customer satisfaction are our driving objectives.


HEFTER Cleantech holds many patents for specific innovations or product functionality: TURNADO®, VARIOTECH®, CONVERT® and QUICK-CHANGE®.


TURNADO® - Depending on system implementation, the scrubber dryer head, including suction and squeegees, can be rotated between 200° left and right or 360° endless during full operation. This allows the user to clean and to dry in all working directions, including backwards.


The scrubber dryer head is always operating in working direction. This feature reduces cleaning time and increases cleaning efficiency by reducing manual work.


Cleaning right to the wall, into corners, edges and narrow paths is easy with TURNADO® technology.


QUICK-CHANGE® - Round the clock use is no problem, thanks to the battery QUICK-CHANGE® System.


VARIOTECH® opens up a new dimension when it comes to automatic floor cleaning systems.


Cost efficiency, flexibility and reduction of manual work, from up to 30%, reduces the overall cost of the total cleaning process.


With the support of this technology the scrubber dryer head, including suction, can be adjusted to different floor profiles.


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This allows cleaning with only one machine in large areas, as well as narrow paths and under obstacles, such as shelves.


Labour cost accounts for up to 90% of the total cleaning cost.


Manual cleaning of difficult to reach areas such as niches or under shelves, pallets and pedestals, is reduced to a minimum.


Saving time and money are the main reasons to use VARIOTECH® technology.


CONVERT® is the only convertible multi-purpose cleaning system for scrubber drying, burnishing, sweeping, polishing and crystallizing. CONVERT - the best combination between work behind and ride-on.


Simple and fast changing of the various floor care aggregates enables the system to be used for different applications. This opens up a complete new approach to floor care system investments.


By using a carrier system, holding different working heads, there is no need to have multiple separate systems available.


This increased efficiency, not only reduces system expenditure but also decreases labour cost.


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