Nilfisk Liberty SC50 cleaning technology

Tuesday, 01 December, 2020 | Supplied by: Nilfisk Pty Ltd



The Nilfisk Liberty SC50 utilises robotic technology to multiply cleaning workforces. While the SC50 labours on the floors, staff can focus on sanitising high-contact areas. This effectively optimises labour costs by reorganising staff to maximum efficiency and ensuring surfaces and equipment are always ready for use.

Studies have found medical staff spread contaminants around healthcare facilities on their shoes. The SC50 provides a consistent cleaning result, so floors are always kept clean, safe and dry, while integrated TrackClean software enables data-driven cleaning decisions.

The Liberty SC50 has unique features that make it the right robotic floor cleaning solution for health care.

The machine is easy to use with three-button operation — play, record and stop — and the ability to make tight turning circles in small spaces.

The SC50 also utilises Dynamic Object Avoidance and is the only autonomous scrubber third-party certified to American Autonomous Safety standard CSA/ANSI 336 — recognised in Australia.

Unlike other machines using copycat functionality, the operator only drives the area perimeter once, and the SC50 maps a path with coverage up to 99.8% while also having the option to achieve deeper protection with optional UVGI.

In addition, the SC50 includes software, maintenance, parts and consumables, with time to ROI typically 18 to 24 months.

For more information: https://new.nilfisk.com/en-au/campaigns/intelligent-cleaning/.

Online: www.nilfisk.com/en-au
Phone: 1300 789 773
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