Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Advance SC500™ Walk-Behind Scrubber with EcoFlex™ Provides Improved Productivity and Sustainability

Advance, the brand known and trusted to introduce productivity-enhancing innovations in the commercial cleaning market, proudly introduces the Advance SC500™ Walk-Behind Scrubber. By combining efficiency, ergonomics and ease of use, the Advance SC500 is specifically designed to provide more productive and sustainable daily cleaning for a wide variety of facilities, including hospitals, schools, retailers, grocers, offices, athletic facilities, and hotels.

“Advance has a proven track record of providing our customers with cleaning technologies that meet their productivity, efficiency and sustainability needs,” said Jonathan Kingsbury, vice president of Commercial Sales with Nilfisk. “The SC500 is yet another example of that. It is ideal for cleaning professionals who need a quiet, easy-to-use walk-behind scrubber that can improve productivity and, at the same time, enhance sustainability.”

The SC500 features Advance’s innovative flow regulation system that adjusts the solution flow rate based on the machine’s speed. The system ensures consistent cleaning results, reduces water and chemical usage, and results in less downtime. The ultra quiet SC500, which operates at 63 dBA, also boasts a Quiet Mode of 60 dBA. Quiet Mode allows for true daytime cleaning in even the quietest environments. And, the SC500 includes EcoFlex, which allows the operator to effortlessly switch between chemical-free, water-only cleaning and varying degrees of detergent use.

Additional features and benefits of the SC500 include its ergonomic and easy-to-use design, such as a pressure-sensitive control panel; single-button solution, vacuum and brush deck activation; a foot pedal to engage the squeegee; and effortless propulsion, all of which make the SC500 easy for virtually any operator to use and control.

The 20-inch, 12-gallon SC500 replaces Advance’s Adfinity 20-inch scrubber line. It is available in both disc and orbital REV™ models.

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