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Tennant has announced that its EC-H2O technology is now available on the larger, battery-powered 7100 ride-on scrubber dryer.

EC-H2O converts plain tap water into a cleaning agent without any added chemicals.

The technology was originally introduced in late 2007 on the Tennant T3, T5 and 5680 walk-behind automatic scrubber dryers.

Throughout 2009, the company expanded its EC-H2O product line by extending the technology to the Tennant T7 Micro-Rider, the T15 mid-sized scrubber-dryer, the 7300 mid-sized battery-powered scrubber-dryer and the 8300 battery-powered scrubber-sweeper.

As a result, the EC-H2O technology is now available for commercial customers in retail, hospitality, education and healthcare and for light and heavy industrial customers in manufacturing, warehousing, aviation and food and beverage.

EC-H2O is claimed to deliver proven cleaning results without the negative environmental and health concerns associated with producing, packaging, transporting, using and disposing of traditional cleaning chemicals.

The technology begins as water and ends as water, so it can be handled and disposed of easily and safely.

It uses 70 per cent less water than traditional cleaning methods, increasing scrub time by up to three times per tank.

It does not leave behind any slippery detergent residue on the floor and it releases no used detergent discharge into water systems.

Eliminating the need for chemical additives enhances worker safety and reduces costs for purchasing and disposing of chemicals, according to the company.

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