Monthly Archives: May 2016

Floor Scrubbers Ideal in the Hospital

According to the World Health Organization, the noise levels among patient rooms at 35 dBA or A-weighted decibels during the day and 30 dBA at night. Despite this, however, peak noise levels in healthcare settings often reach 85 to 90 dBA. With this in mind, hospitals are now looking for ways to reduce noise levels, starting with investing in floor scrubbers that operate at quieter levels.

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Factors to Consider when Buying a Floor Scrubber

There’s no doubt that commercial floor scrubbers can do wonders in keeping any space clean. Unlike the traditional mop and bucket, the machine’s scrub heads leave floors much cleaner. In choosing the right floor scrubber for your particular cleaning needs, several factors are in play.

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A Quiet Floor Scrubber Makes a Good Cleaner for Healthcare Facilities

When people hear the phrase noise pollution, the first thing that comes to their mind are honking cars and jackhammers. The truth is that ducking indoors doesn’t spare you from excessive noise. At work, people spend eight or more hours in enclosed spaces where sounds ricochet off the walls and straight into their ears.

Nowhere is this truer than in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Medical staff are required to perform their duties amid doctor-patient chatter, the rolling of gurney wheels, and the whir of cleaning equipment, among many other distracting sounds. These sounds that many consider a normal part of the workday can have serious effects on people.

How Commercial Floor Cleaning Machines Make Floor Scrubbing Easier

There’s no denying that clean, shiny floors make any establishment attractive. But aside from improved aesthetic appeal, keeping your floors well-maintained will prolong their life, saving you thousands of dollars down the line.

Unfortunately, there’s no other part of your building that takes a harder beating than your floors. Years of foot traffic, along with exposure to dust, mud, and snow, will slowly but surely strip off its sheen. Before you know it, a feature that most of your customers take for granted while it’s clean will become a major eyesore when it’s ill-maintained.