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Does your facility have a problem with gum? If the answer is yes then Duplex has the solution. They have developed a system to deal with the removal of chewing gum from most types of flooring. The Gum Go range combines the use of high-pressure steam, Gum Go detergent and a powerful vacuum to remove chewing gum in seconds.


The Ultima Gum Go is mounted on an easily transported trolley, while the bigger capacity Steamtech Gum Go – with its own on-board storage – can remove chewing gum in seconds.


Gum Go detergent is an environmentally-friendly cleaning formulation which has been designed to remove unsightly chewing gum residue from various floor surfaces including vinyl, wood, safety flooring, ceramic, concrete, quarry tiles, sealed or polished surfaces and most types of carpet.


It’s safe, fast and easy to use and utilises the heat from the steam and the liquefying action of the hot detergent to quickly and efficiently eliminate sticky, unsightly gum whilst operating at a fraction of the cost of most other methods and machines.


Gum Go, gum gone


Chewing gum is a menace in modern society. By some estimates, up to 3.5bn pieces of gum have at one time or another been dropped on UK streets. The sheer quantity and difficulty in cleaning it away make this a massive problem. The only satisfactory way of removing it is piece by piece.


Walk-behind this way


Kärcher has introduced the new BD 80/100 W Bp Classic, an affordable walk-behind scrubber dryer designed for frequent, everyday use.


Intuitive user controls and a rugged build make the BD 80/100 a reliable daily cleaning solution without sacrificing quality. A robust and maintenance-friendly scrub head with two included disc pad drivers deliver a 32” cleaning path, making it ideally suited for large, high-traffic areas.


The unit offers both quality and durability in a cost- effective package. The economically-designed scrubber provides all the cleaning power to take on large jobs – perfect for retail environments, grocery stores, healthcare, education and BSC's.


The BD 80/100 W Bp Classic auto scrubber provides excellent sightlines, a simple operator-friendly design, and


The steam and detergent are applied through a specialist brush and squeegee tool using a simple handheld control, dissolving the gum in seconds. The residue is then vacuumed away in one easy motion.


The speed of the system minimises disruption in high traffic areas, whilst its effectiveness transforms the appearance of public facilities both inside and out. No obligation demonstrations are available throughout the UK.


www.duplex-cleaning.com


robust materials for an efficient cleaning performance. The BD 80/100 scrubber has a powerful traction drive, which helps effortless travel of inclines and easy manoeuvrability.


With 32” disc cleaning path, a 26-gallon tank and maximum cleaning speed of up to 3 mph, the machine achieves area performances of up to 43,600 ft². In the case of very stubborn dirt or for decoating, the brush contact pressure can be increased at any time from 88-200lbs.


Additional benefits include direction selection buttons, an operation lever, speed dial, fully adjustable water flow, and a large aluminium brush deck. It also boasts a robust scrub deck, resulting in lower repair costs, less down- time, and longer machine lifetimes. The adjustable brush pressure allows for much greater flexibility for cleaning on all types of floors.


www.karcher.com


36 | MUNICIPAL CLEANING & SCRUBBER DRYERS


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