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Electric Floor Buffers
Stop right now and take a look at the floors around you.
Are they dull or scuffed up?
If they’re not looking their best, then you need to do whatever it takes to restore the luster of their original finish. That’s where electric buffers come into play.
These devices make it easy to keep the floors looking great, and they work well with other pieces of floor cleaning equipment. You could sweep a floor clean, or even scrub it, before using an electric buffer to finish it off.
Since they’re powered by electric batteries, or a cord going to a jack, electric buffers don’t generate exhaust and therefore can be used in tighter enclosed areas where you wouldn’t be able to use other sources of power. This also makes them ideal for those who want to ensure that they’re only using clean sources of energy.
At Performance Systems Janitorial, our team has made sure to put together a collection of electric buffers that should suit the needs of any of these use cases.
Best Cases for Electric Buffers
Using scrubbers and buffers alongside one another to completely clean and finish off areas of flooring is so common that some people will actually want to purchase them together. That’s why you’ll see Pioneer Eclipse 420 series buffers sold alongside Tennant T5 scrubber devices.
Janitorial and custodial specialists can use the scrubber to clean the floors, which will then get finished with the included buffer. Our refurbished equipment comes outfitted with new batteries, so you won’t have to worry about it going out prematurely.
These Tennant B7 27″ buffers are outfitted with similar equipment, which provides up to three hours of constant buffing usage. That’s good news for individuals who have to take on more than one room at a time.
In many cases, that should be more than enough to finish off even the largest of rooms. That being said, some users might be looking for a device that offers some additional features.
The NSS 27″ buffer may be for them.
It provides that same flip up head style that’s revolutionizing the floor buffer industry. This alone makes it easier to change the buffing pads while also ensuring that it isn’t going to take up too much storage space.
It also includes a dust skirt as well as a vacuum bag. This makes it one of the better options for those who need something that provides a greater degree of dust control than you’d normally find.
Deploying Electric Buffers in Your Place of Business
Both those who work in an environment with polished floors, as well as those who provide janitorial services for outside organizations, can benefit from electric floor buffers. They can restore the overall look and feel of a polished floor while helping to eliminate all of the calling cards that are left in nearly any higher traffic areas.
Engineering teams have come out with more than enough options over the years that you shouldn’t have any difficulty finding something that suits your needs. For more information about the best potential electric buffers for your operations, contact our team online today.