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COMAC ULTRA SCRUBBER DRIERS –


CLEAN INDUSTRIAL FLOORING THE EASY WAY Comac Ultra scrubber driers – clean industrial flooring the easy way


can cover an area up to 6,500m2


per hour.


The Comac Ultra range of scrubber driers are compact in size yet innovative in design and are perfectly suited to both maintenance and deep cleaning of medium to large sized areas of industrial flooring whether it be in warehouses, manufacturing facilities or even shopping centres.


With a working width of 830-1,000mm, a solution tank capacity of 200 litres, and with a run time of 4 hours, Comac Ultra scrubber driers are extremely productive and


The Comac Ultra range delivers brush pressure of between 80-150 kg and has a comprehensive range of scrubbing brushes making easy work of even the most stubborn dirt and fork truck tyre marks.


By using a high quality scrubber drier such as the Comac Ultra, designed to meet the demands of today’s busy working environments, it is possible to maintain and enhance floor safety, increase productivity and protect and extend the lifespan of your industrial flooring.


For more information on the Comac range of scrubber driers, sweepers and more besides, contact Simon Collins of Industrial Floorcare Machines (UK) Ltd at simon@industrialfloorcaremachines.com


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