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Tennant Company Addresses Cleaning Industry’s Biggest Challenges

Tennant Booth #1540 ‘Clean Across the Planet’ to include product displays, demos, and previews of Tennant technology

Tennant Company (NYSE:TNC), a

world leader in designing, manufactur- ing and marketing solutions that help cre- ate a cleaner, safer, healthier world will showcase advanced cleaning solutions to address today’s major challenges affect- ing cleaning-industry professionals: Total Cost to Clean, Environmental Health and Safety, Facility Image and Sustainability. ‘Clean Across the Planet’ is the theme of

the Tennant Company Booth #1540 which will feature more than a dozen solutions from the company’s trusted brands: Ten- nant, Orbio Technologies and Nobles. In addition to three products nominated for the ISSA Innovation Award, the Tennant booth will feature the latest innovation in on-site cleaning solution generation from Orbio Technologies. “After extensive research, Tennant iden- tified the four most critical business issues that most cleaning programs face today,” said Rusty Zay, senior vice president of global marketing for Tennant Company. “We’re excited to showcase our high-per- forming, cost-effective and sustainable new cleaning solutions to address these challenges.” Visit Booth #1540 to see:

nology, S5 Sweeper with TwinMax™ Technology and B10 Rider Burnisher. Visit to vote. Mobile Scavenger Hunt Download the ISSA mobile app and

stop by Booth #1540 to scan the unique QR code for a chance to win great prizes in the ISSA/Interclean Scavenger Hunt. In addition, the app will help convention- goers easily navigate the trade show floor and build their agenda for the week. Visit on your iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry or other Internet-en- abled mobile device to access and down- load the app.

Minneapolis-based Tennant Company (NYSE: TNC) is a world leader in de- signing, manufacturing and marketing solutions that help create a cleaner, safer, healthier world. Its products include equip- ment for maintaining surfaces in industri- al, commercial and outdoor environments; chemical-free and other sustainable clean- ing technologies; and coatings for protect- ing, repairing and upgrading surfaces.

Tennant’s global field service network is the most extensive in the industry. Tennant has manufacturing operations in Minne- apolis, Minn.; Holland, Mich.; Louisville, Ky.; Uden, The Netherlands; the United Kingdom; São Paulo, Brazil; and Shang- hai, China; and sells products directly in 15 countries and through distributors in more than 80 countries. For more informa- tion, visit

Tuesday, November 19, 2013


Battery-powered scrubbers and sweep- ers with longer cleaning time between charges

Orbital scrubbers that remove floor fin- ish with chemical-free floor finish removal alternative IRIS™ (Intelligent Remote Information System) that gives facility managers infor- mation on equipment use New powerful burnishers with active 4-stage HEPA filtration dust control sys- tems to protect indoor air quality Orbital scrubbers to help minimize air- borne chemicals

Easy-to-clean tanks to help operators reduce scrubber tank mold, bacteria and odors for improved air quality and cleanli- ness TwinMax™ technology that allows

sweeper with twin brushes to capture de- bris in a single pass Ergonomic canister carpet extractor with a wide-reaching high-airflow titani- um wand to optimize water flow and re- duce drying time CRI Gold certified rapid-drying extrac- tors that can turn spaces around quickly, use 80 percent less water and leave up to 90 percent less water in the carpet Orbio Technologies preview of the lat- est in On-Site Generation technology that simplifies processes and increases safety while reducing environmental footprint. 2013 ISSA

Innovation Award

Program Three Tennant products have been en- tered for the 2013 Innovation Award Pro- gram: T12 Scrubber with IRIS™ Tech-

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