One of the most important features of scrubbers is the simultaneous washing and drying of floor surfaces. This means that scrubbers are going to collect all contaminated water and liquids, while washing the surfaces and so leave dry surfaces. The process of collecting and drying the surfaces completely depends on the performance of the suction system. One of the most important components of the suction system is the squeegee mounted on the end of the unit. In the application examples of scrubber machines, the squeegee at the end of the machine is crescent-shaped. The crescent structure of this squeegee fully collects all the water and contaminants by following the complete directions of the machine. The squeegee of the scrubber is made of polyurethane and therefore has a high strength.
Features of the scrubber squeegee
The scrubber squeegee is responsible for collecting contaminated water and liquids. The scrubber squeegee is a two-layer rubber that collects and concentrates water and contaminants from the wash, providing a suitable vacuum for the suction motor and transfer of contaminated water into the recovery tank. As a result, all contaminants from the wash are transferred to the recovery tank and leave dry surfaces. As scrubbers are designed and manufactured for extensive rinsing, and during the washing process, the squeegee is mounted on the surface, in order to reduce damping and to increase in the lifespan of squeegee making, have been used the flexible materials. The scrubber squeegee is pair, and due to its sufficient thickness, it can easily be used up to three times.