A QUIET REVOLUTION Silence is golden, but TASKI is making a big racket about their progress eliminating vacuum noise.

More and more vacuum models are significantly quieter than those they have been replacing, while reducing energy consumption and other features to ensure greater efficiency and lower overall operating costs.

This makes them ideal for a wide range of routine, daytime and emergency cleaning applications where cleaning teams need excellent performance, economy and convenience.

The new TASKI AERO tub vacuum cleaner is believed to be the quietest and most energy-efficient machine currently available on the professional cleaning market, according to Diversey. The four models in the range produce only 53dB(A) of sound and utilise just 585W of electrical power in standard mode yet produce as much cleaning suction as machines rated at 1000W or more. In ‘eco’ mode they produce just 50dB(A) and consume a mere 295W. On energy savings alone, they can pay for themselves in less than three years.

The range’s eight and 15 litre tank capacity models meet demand for vacuums that comply with the stringent sound and energy limits specified in EU Regulations EU665/2013 and EU666/2013, which came into force in September 2017.

The TASKI AERO vacuum’s revolutionary design ensures the maximum amount of air is used to create suction at the cleaning head.

By redesigning the machine’s internal airways, TASKI engineers eliminated the constrictions and points of leakage that reduce efficiency and produce unnecessary noise. Newly designed components and ultra-efficient

electric motors further boost efficiency and cut noise. This combination of patented designs and components is called ‘whisper technology’.

As well as ergonomic design, the TASKI AERO offers a number of features, such as a foot pedal switch, and a high quality accessory set as standard. Its clever design ensures that replacing parts – such as cables and filters – is quick and easy, and can be carried out by the user in seconds without the need for any tools. The compact design makes it efficient for storage in small spaces or cupboards. The integrated handle also makes it very easy to carry, while doubling as a simple and convenient manual cable tidy.

Cleaning teams who require a highly portable vacuum can specify the versatile and soon-to-be-released TASKI BackPack model, available in electric and lithium battery versions. These compact and ergonomic backpack vacuums are among the lightest and smallest machines of their type on the market, enabling comfortable and efficient use in busy, confined and congested areas. This makes them ideal for applications in hospitals, restaurants, cinemas or theatres. Their portability is also ideal when rapid turnaround is essential, such as cleaning aircraft, trains and buses.

The TASKI BackPack is available in mains or, for maximum portability, rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery powered versions. The battery model’s continuous runtime of more than 30 minutes reduces downtime and maximises productivity. Rapid recharging, during breaks for example, helps maximise availability.

Noise levels are less than 64dB(A) for the battery and 69dB(A) for the mains powered models, quieter than most competitor machines and well below the new EU Directive’s requirements. The electric version is rated at 700W, using less power than most competitor models while producing more airflow to deliver better cleaning suction. Energy rated at A+ and with excellent performance, the TASKI BackPack aims to set the benchmark for all other manufacturers to compare against.

The TASKI AERO and TASKI BackPack vacuums are part of a complete range of ergonomic and efficient floorcare machines from Diversey. In addition to these vacuums, the range includes upright vacuum models, scrubber driers for every application and size of site, single-disc rotary cleaners, and carpet cleaning machines for

all routine, intermittent and deep cleaning tasks.


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