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A clean start


ICE discusses how automated co-bots can help improve cleaning standards and efficiency as part of our new normal.


Based on recent events, the profile of cleaning is changing dramatically – sanitising, infection control and measurement are now key areas that we all need clarity and comfort around to ensure clean and safe environments.


It is our responsibility as the cleaning industry to guide, help, and support organisations to introduce new and diverse measures to ensure clean, healthy, and safe facilities for the future. The seismic shift in priority, visibility and corresponding resource is already changing the way the cleaning and hygiene sector operates, and ICE has been fully involved with this since the world changed back in March.


Our ‘A Clean Start’ product range was launched in April and includes a variety of both handheld and ride-on sanitising products to help combat viruses, but also to measure ‘clean’ in ways such ATP testing.


We are already seeing a greater demand for ‘proof of clean’ as organisations need to prove to both employees and visitors that their facilities are hygienic and safe. They are looking for guidance around the activities that should be carried out to ensure standards are met, and it’s increasingly clear that visible and daytime cleaning will offer confidence that important tasks are not only being conducted but carried out regularly and thoroughly.


Many organisations from various sectors are now introducing autonomous equipment as part of their regular cleaning activities as these machines provide the guaranteed proof of clean that is now being demanded in many sectors.


This equipment is easy to integrate into daily cleaning operations, plus it offers an excellent Return on Investment.


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These machines are designed to work alongside cleaning teams and support with repetitive tasks, whilst providing guaranteed and consistent cleaning results, and the ICE Co-Botics range is designed to do just that. The system is as close to human activity as anything available. It is extremely intelligent and can be fully operated, controlled, and managed by the teams on site.


These machines are safe, consistent, and easy to map and control. Not only that, they are kind to the environment, with integrated water recycling capabilities and long run times (up to five hours). They also come with a fully integrated telemetry system, which provides detailed reporting on a clean by clean basis.


A brand new addition to our Co-Botics range is the ICE Eco Bot 50 Sanitiser, which both cleans the floor and sanitises the environment simultaneously. Not only that, it can charge, drain, and refill water tanks all by itself, meaning 24- hour operation with minimal human interaction.


It is already evident that Co-Botics can be simply and easily incorporated into existing or new cleaning operations in almost any kind of environment – commercial, transport, warehousing manufacturing or distribution, healthcare, retail, hotels, hospitality and many more.


The World Economic Forum predicts automation will lead to job creation and enhance opportunities for people within cleaning, not hinder them. It’s not about replacing people: it’s about embracing technology to deliver higher cleaning standards, infection control and ‘proof of clean’.


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