Ultimate clean with new Nilfisk machine


Nilfisk has launched the innovative SC350 walk behind cleaning machine which cleans in both forward and reverse motions.

The new SC350 is modern and compact accessing previously difficult areas.

The 37cm scrub deck is fully adjustable, providing complete traction control and allowing access to confined spaces.

Daytime cleaning is another key feature. With a low rating of 64 dB(A) the unit is ideal for noise sensitive areas.

The clever design sees the squeegee integrated into the deck itself, retaining the water inside the brush deck whilst the unit is working.

The entire brush deck, on instruction from the operator, completely rotates allowing cleaning to continue in a reverse motion until returned to normal.

The unit incorporates an on board charger as standard making charging as simple as park and plug.

The 12v Optima battery is small, light and has reduced lead for a greener solution. A1 hour run time can be expected.

With 27kg of brush pressure, outstanding results are guaranteed and a high vacuum power ensures excellent drying.

An eco solution system is standard, enabling the water flow to be reduced for environmentally conscious cleaning.

All components are immediately accessible without tools making maintenance quick and easy. Storage and transport solutions are made simple with a quick release folding handle.

The machine is easy to operate with minimal training required.

Nilfisk is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of commercial and industrial cleaning equipment.

Ph: 1300 556 710

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