News Sponsored by AKBO launches new Blue King model

AKBO has launched a new version of their Blue King washdown gun, this time at a lower price point.

AKBO brought the Blue King washdown gun onto the market almost two years ago, and the model has been available exclusively with a trigger guard. Thanks to its high quality, comfortable operation, water-saving properties and affordable price, it quickly grew in popularity for common cleaning tasks, especially in the food industry.

The company has now decided to also launch a version of the Blue King without a trigger guard, as there are many areas of the market where one is not necessary, and thanks to the lower price, AKBO sees great potential in a trigger guard-less version’s appeal to an even larger market.

The Blue King is very powerful, has a comfortable grip, is lightweight and has an impeccable, infinitely adjustable jet. It’s also capable of saving up to 30% on water and energy compared to regular cleaning guns. In today’s world, this is an increasingly important aspect to consider.

You can find out more information about this new version of the Blue King from the website below. Nilfisk at the Manchester Cleaning Show

The Nilfisk Group will be exhibiting at the 2020 Manchester Cleaning Show, and look forward to welcoming customers present and new to stand C01.

Nilfisk was founded on a vision of producing and selling products of the highest quality worldwide and for more than 100 years has adapted to the changing needs of markets and customers with innovative products and solutions. This vision is succinctly delivered by the Liberty SC50 autonomous scrubber dryer that will be demonstrated on stand.

The Liberty is the first Nilfisk solution to bridge the gap between traditional human operation and the next generation of autonomous cleaning equipment. Utilising advanced sensors and powerful image interpretation technology, the Liberty SC50 can map sites, plan operational routes and

independently execute a floor cleaning route all with minimal operator training and maximum safety.

The unit operates in three modes. ‘Copycat’ performs a single manual ride through and then flawlessly replicates the cleaning path every time, ‘Fill-in’ sees the unit ride once around the perimeter of the cleaning area and figure out how best to clean the rest, while ‘Manual’ allows you to manually operate the unit ad hoc.

Also on display will be the SC3500 ride on Scrubber Dryer, a Tomorrows Cleaning Awards 2020 nominee. The SC3500 is part of the GO-line range, developed as a result of the clear split in the market between those requiring a basic scrubber dryer and those looking for added value solutions including automation.

The Nilfisk SC3500 is therefore a competitively priced, robust cleaning machine with a scrubbing width of 710mm and a working speed of up to 6kph, allowing large areas of floor to be cleaned quickly and effectively. The unit features 110L solution and recovery tanks, ensuring minimal fill ups and reduced downtime.

Excellent cleaning and drying performance mean floors can be cleaned in one pass, leaving them dry and slip free. A double brush pressure setting, of up to 50kg, can be activated for tough areas. The unit also features a quick coupling device for water filling, making it easy to fill and drain the solution tank.

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