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Airport Cleaning Which Machine to Use Where

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One of the best sights at an airport, where cleaning is concerned, is to watch a uniformed service provider riding on an industrial scrubber drier, making the perfect rounds to clean every inch of the floor. Raju Seth, Sr Manager-Training & Development, IP Cleaning India Pvt. Ltd, gives a brief of the various machines that go into maintaining the various areas of the airports.

Terminal Cleaning

Outside the terminal: Large capacity scrubber dryers and ride-on mopping machines are used on smooth floors. Other than scrubber dryers, ride-on mopping machines are used to dry mop large floor areas, on a continuous basis.

For roads large battery-operated ride-on sweepers with sprinkler systems are deployed, and for coarse dirt, mechanised litter pickers are used.

Inside the terminal: Where foot traffic is incessant, the adoption of highly manoeuvrable and productive, ride-on scrubber dryers -big-or medium sized- help a great deal for keeping floors looking clean and shiny.

For carpeted areas inside the terminals, walk-behind and stand-on spray extraction machines are employed for deep cleaning.

Escalators and travellators are kept unsoiled with the help of escalator cleaners and the collected dirt is picked up with the help of an incorporated vacuum.

High reach vacuum cleaners are used for keeping ceilings looking neat and dust free both outside and inside of terminals.

Washroom Hygiene: Advanced touchless fixtures, such as sensor-operated faucets, soap dispensers, and antimicrobial surfaces and self-cleaning technologies ensure continuous cleanliness.

Cleaning and Disinfection Methodologies

With heightened traffic levels, airports must implement robust cleaning and disinfection protocols. These methodologies should prioritize the use of EPA-approved disinfectants, adhering to COVID related guidelines, and incorporating frequent deep-cleaning cycles.

Additionally, UV-C disinfection systems are deployed to target high-touch areas, swiftly eliminating harmful pathogens.

Sustainability Initiatives

In alignment with global sustainability efforts, eco-sustainable practices in Tennant and IPC manufacturing processes include various aspects, such as reducing CO2 emissions, promoting energy efficiency, using safe materials, adopting conscious waste management, and encouraging minimum resource consumption.

The environmental product certifications are readily available for customers, cleaning professionals and institutions to identify our products that adhere to strict environmental standards.

As for water conservation for instance, one of the many technologies that we use includes the integrated ecH20 NanoClean technology (Tennant Patent), which totally obviates the water-use in a scrubber.

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