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HIGH GLOSS RESULTS WITH TENNANT’S BATTERY POWERED BURNISHERS

14-08-2015
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In today’s environment, facilities are switching to sustainable, efficient and cost-effective methods to enhance their cleanliness and image.

Traditionally, propane burnishers have been seen as the only method available for maintaining floor shine and longevity, however Tennant’s new family of battery burnishers provides an alternative that is much quieter and produces no emissions.

Tennant’s new B5 and B7 battery powered walk-behind burnishers produce the same high gloss result as their propane counterparts, minus the emissions and noise pollution.

Recognising the demand for safer, quieter and consistent burnishing practices, Tennant’s investment in these new products helps cleaning professionals reduce the cost to clean, improve a facility’s image and provides significant environmental health and safety benefits for customers and service personnel.

The B5 and B7 battery powered burnishers are equipped with numerous features that maximise efficiency and produce superior results.

The B5 and B7 are the industry’s only walk-behind burnishers with standard active HEPA dust control filtration to improve indoor air quality.

This filtration also significantly reduces the amount of burnishing dust left behind in your facility. For noise sensitive environments, Tennant’s machines are ultra quiet (as low as 63 dBA), which allows for burnishing anytime and anywhere with minimal disruption.

“The B5 and B7 allows Tennant to offer battery-powered burnishers designed to increase productivity, and reduce costs to clean, while being easy and safe to operate,” said Aldo Borazio, General Manager Tennant Australia and New Zealand. “We believe the key features and benefits of our burnisher family differentiates it from other burnishers in the industry and accentuates our commitment to providing high-performance results and versatility for our customers.”

The B5 was also awarded the 2014 Bronze IDEA (International Design Excellence Awards) winner for design excellence.

New to Tennant’s user-friendly design are easy to identify yellow maintenance touch points and onboard reference manuals to help eliminate equipment breakdowns and maximise machine uptime.

The burnishing head also tilts up and locks at 90 degrees to ensure a safe ergonomic position when changing the machine’s pad.

This process allows the operator to safely, easily and consistently center the pad to deliver uniform burnishing results.

Safer for the environment with no emissions and active HEPA dust filtration to protect indoor air quality, the B5 and B7 battery powered burnishers deliver high performance, maximum efficiency and superior results.

The B5 and B7 enables your facility to reflect high cleaning standards to help drive repeat customer traffic and higher customer and employee satisfaction. 

Contact Tennant for more information on the B5 and B7 walk-behind battery burnishers or to arrange a free onsite demonstration.

 

Tennant

Ph: 1300 TENNANT

www.tennantco.com.au  

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