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Tennant has announced that its ec-H2O technology is now available on its latest compact walk-behind scrubber dryer and its largest industrial ride-on scrubber dryers and scrubber sweepers.

With the extension of ec-H2O to the new Tennant T3+ walk-behind scrubber dryer, customers can benefit from ec-H2O technology on one cost-effective compact scrubber dryer with dual down pressure and onboard storage.

A 20 per cent wider cleaning path, combined with advanced technology, increases productivity by more than 30 per cent, according to the company.

The T3+ is suitable for small and mid-sized retail facilities.

The ec-H2O is now also available on the T20 ride-on scrubber dryer and on the M20 and M30 ride-on scrubber sweepers.

Commercial customers in retail, hospitality, education and healthcare as well as industrial customers in manufacturing, warehousing, aviation and food and beverage could benefit from chemical-free cleaning.

As a result of the size of the machines, customers of Tennant’s ride-on scrubber dryers and scrubber sweepers can enjoy additional benefits, including higher productivity and chemical cost savings as well as a faster return on investment.

Tennant’s ec-H2O technology was originally introduced in late 2007 on the Tennant T3, T5 and 5680 walk-behind scrubber dryers.

Throughout 2009, the company extended ec-H2O technology to the Tennant T7 and T15 ride-on scrubber dryers, the 7300 battery-powered scrubber dryer, the 7100 ride-on scrubber dryer and the 8300 battery-powered scrubber sweeper.

The ec-H2O technology cleans without the negative environmental and health concerns associated with the 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.

The ec-H2O uses 70 per cent less water than traditional cleaning methods; leaves behind no slippery detergent residue on the floor; and releases no used detergent discharge into water systems.

According to Tennant, eliminating the need for chemical additives enhances worker safety and reduces costs for the purchasing and disposal of chemicals.

The company will showcase the T3+ and M20 equipped with ec-H2O technology on a 320m2 booth at ISSA/Interclean in Amsterdam on 26-29 April.

Tennant will be found in Booth 01.131, Hall 1.

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