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TO IMPROVE IS TO CHANGE;


TO BE PERFECT IS TO CHANGE OFTEN


- WINSTON CHURCHILL


THE BEST JUST GOT EVEN BETTER


MEET THE NEW AND IMPROVED I-MOP RANGE, A FAMILY OF SCRUBBER DRYERS WITH THE FLEXIBILITY OF A FLAT MOP.


For years now, the i-mop family, including the i-mop XL and XXL and the newest addition, the i-mop Lite, have been revolutionising cleaning across all industries and it just got even better.


The first of its kind, the i-mop has been solving floor cleaning challenges by combining the flexibility of a floor mop with the power and speed of industrial scrubber dryers. Faster and cleaner than traditional mopping and more flexible and agile than traditional large scrubber dryers, the i-mop is suitable for most spaces. With no borders or boundaries, the i-mop has been tailor designed, not for cleaning, but for the cleaner.


And the world’s most innovative scrubber dryer just got even better. A few key changes are now available on the i-mop as standard. The majority of these improvements focus on eliminating user errors, making using the i-mop even more reliable, easy to use and efficient.


1. New filter system


We have created a new filter system for the recovery tank whereby there is a floating ball inserted in the filtration element which pops-up when the tank is full. This will close the tank and prevent water from overflowing. To protect the engines the i-mop will also stop extracting any residue from the floor. This will avoid water from entering the suction motor via the tank.


2. Battery safety guard


Experience showed us that a lot of operators forget to turn the machine off after finishing their cleaning job, resulting in drained batteries. With this upgrade we made this a thing of the past. When the i-mop is turned on in Park Mode, the i-mop stays off preventing the battery from draining.


20 | COVER STORY 3. Control panel


The control panel of the new basic version of the i-mop XL and XXL has lower inlay and a bumper which makes it easier to work with, and it prevents damage to the sides.


4. Splash guards


Splash guards prevent the brushes from splashing against people walking by and undoing your cleaning. Even when the i-mop is in working mode the splash guards on both sides of the brush deck prevent water from splashing.


5. Recovery tank sensor


The new i-mop Plus and Pro range have an additional recovery tank sensor feature which will shut down the i-mop completely when the recovery tank is full.


6. Electronic switch


Some operators have the tendency to hold the i-mop below a 32° angle which can cause the motor to be damaged by water. The electronic switch on the new i-mop Plus and Pro shuts down the engine automatically. This teaches operators to handle the i-mop correctly and at the same time protect the motor.


7. Timer display


The new Plus and Pro version come with a sensor and timer integrated into the control panel. The timer displays how many running hours the i-mop has made in its lifespan. The timer can be used for leasing and maintenance purposes as you now know when the i-mop needs maintenance or how many hours can be charged for using the i-mop.


8. Coating


The i-mop Pro has a coating on the scrubber deck which protects the i-mop against salt and chloride. The i-mop Pro is designed to clean facilities at swimming pools and beach areas.


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