Refurbished Floor Buffers
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Floor Buffing Machines
As with any cleaning or maintenance appliance, floor buffers come in several different configurations. You may find that burnishers or those powered by propane might be the best for your specific use case. Alternatively, you might think that the best option is a machine that’s powered by a cord that goes straight into the wall, since these won’t slow down over time. After all, the cord itself should provide a constant flow of power that, unlike a battery, won’t wear out.
Any of these is a great option and they certainly have their place in an equally wide variety of different use cases. No matter what sort of device you personally prefer, you should be able to find something that works for you and your business with our organization. We invite you to take a look at everything that the market currently has to offer.
As with any type of floor cleaning machine, you’ll be able to find both new and refurbished options. Some larger organizations will periodically retire floor buffing equipment well before its time, thus giving you the potential for a great deal on a piece of gear that’s functionally new.
Take a look at your floor. Chances are that you need a floor buffer to get things looking shiny again. Polishing by hand will take too long and you’ll certainly risk burning out some of your crew. Some types of flooring won’t respond well to anything but machine-based buffing, making the use of a floor buffer all but mandatory. You simply need to determine a cleaning path.
These devices were originally used to scrub and shine the top of floors with a linoleum finish. In the present day, they have a variety of configurations that are perfect for several different types of flooring. If you have polished floors in any sort of enterprise-level organization, floor buffers work as a potential time-saving tool.
For that matter, they could be viewed as something of a time-saver in even smaller businesses. Buffers will still polish the floors much more quickly than human labor can.
They take advantage of a series of rotary brushes that clean and finish up the floor with soft bristles. You might also want a model that can automatically apply a protective coat to the floor if you’re working with hardwoods or even marble tiles. We’ve taken all of these various options and needs into consideration at Performance Systems Janitorial so your floors can get exactly the kind of finish they deserve.
Automatic Floor Buffing
Any floor buffer is going to make the chore of keeping your floors properly finished much easier. Take a look at some of these options if you’re considering an investment in a refurbished or new model. You’ll also want to look at a variety of other pieces of refurbished floor cleaning machines, which are a great pick for those who are on relatively tight budgets.
Battery-powered floor buffers, for instance, can go anywhere as long as they have a charge. Those who are concerned that they might run out of juice might rather consider a corded electric device. Either of these is going to come with all of the flexibility that you’d expect from electrically operated equipment, albeit with the latter option requiring you to tether it to an outlet at all times.
Propane-powered buffers and burnishers represent an additional category. They run off of relatively clean-burning propane, which makes them an attractive option for those who want to migrate away from electricity for reasons related to flexibility but, at the same time, still want to be able to operate their equipment without too much of a concern for fumes.
Burnishers themselves represent another type of technology. These are essentially a sort of heavier grade of floor buffer that includes high-speed pads. Such pads would normally have to rotate at more than 1,000 RPM to be classed as a burnisher. Anyone who is serious about their floor finishes will want to seriously consider incorporating these machines into their workflows, which aren’t used any differently than other buffers so it’s easy to do so.
Ordering The Right Floor Buffer For Your Business
Perhaps you manage custodial needs for several different companies and clean the floors at various facilities. On the other hand, you might represent the janitorial department of a fairly good-sized facility and you have to buff the floors there on a regular basis. This is especially true of those in the education market who work for school systems. They often need reliable buffers that they can count on no matter what students and faculty might do to the floors.
Other industries outside of the education market often have the same requirements. A good rule of thumb is to simply take a look at what sorts of things happen to a floor each day. If you have a number of carts or other wheeled vehicles making use of a particular area, then there’s a strong possibility that the floor in question is going to need to be burnished on a more regular basis than tiles that don’t have this problem. To a lesser extent, foot traffic will do the same.
Irrespective of the reasons that your floors need treatment, we can help you get the kind of equipment you need right here.
Refine Your Floor Polishing With PS Janitorial
PS Janitorial is more than ready to pair you with speed buffers. We retail new and refurbished cleaning equipment that is good as new. In many cases, refurbished gear that comes in here is lightly used anyway, and our team gives it a great inspection to make sure that everything is working properly.
Contact us online today and our team will do their best to help you get just the right floor buffer for your organization’s particular use case. We also install high-quality deep cycle batteries, which will in many cases outperform the original cells. Those who have to do work with scuffed up floors on a regular basis will appreciate this fact for sure since it means that they will be able to hold onto their charge longer even in the face of some pretty tough jobs.