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Two Carpet Cleaning Machines In One


Two new innovative TASKI machines from Diversey Care simplify carpet cleaning by enabling interim encapsulation and deep extraction capabilities in a single design for the fi rst time. The new TASKI procarpet 30 and TASKI procarpet 45 remove the need to purchase separate machines for these two critical carpet care tasks, saving capital, supply chain and storage costs. The advanced design of the machines ensures they are simple to use, promote productivity and offer a lower total cost of ownership, while delivering excellent performance and results.


Regular vacuuming, together with interim encapsulation cleaning and periodic deep extraction cleaning, are the three core tasks that promote effective and sustainable carpet care to maintain cleanliness, hygiene and appearance. Interim cleaning helps keep carpets looking better for longer and extends the


interval between deep cleaning, which generally requires more drying time.


Using its experience and expertise in chemical application and vacuum pick-up technology, the design team at TASKI has devised a unique concept that combines encapsulation and extraction capabilities. Operators can now select a single TASKI procarpet machine yet retain the fl exibility to choose the application that best suits their needs, based on turnaround time and soil levels.


The new encapsulation function supports fast and effi cient intermediate carpet care. Operators simply add the all-new formulation TASKI Tapi Shampoo to the built-in solution tank; the machine is then run back and forth over the carpet in its encapsulation mode to apply the correct amount of solution and agitate the pile, so that the product can reach the soiling more easily. Soiling is broken down and captured by the product, which dries quickly to form a powder, before being


picked up using a conventional vacuum cleaner. The carpet is out of commission for a minimal time, and can be returned to use as soon as it has dried and vacuuming is complete (typically within around half an hour).


The TASKI procarpet 30 incorporates a 30l tank and a 30cm mechanism, which makes it ideal for small to medium carpeted areas, whereas for medium to large carpets and intensive operations, the TASKI procarpet 45 has a 45l tank and 45cm working. Noise levels below 70dB(A) mean that the machines are quiet enough to operate close to the public without causing undue disruption to support emergency, opportunity and daytime cleaning tasks. The technology and cleaning products are approved by the independent Carpet & Rug Institute (CRI) and Wool Safe to provide operators with additional assurance.


Accessories supplied include a carpet wand and hose to access hard-to-reach areas, hand tool for upholstery cleaning, adjustable handle for operator convenience and comfort, and a parking lever which raises the brush off the fl oor to reduce the risk of damage and make transport and storage simpler and safer. Like all other machines in the extensive TASKI range the two new machines have simple, ergonomic controls to promote ease of use with minimal training requirement. All routine service points are readily accessible and clearly marked in bright yellow for easy identifi cation, to promote the regular care and maintenance that leads to reliable and life-long performance.


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