In addition to represent a very effective cost reduction tool, a sweeper cleans the floor more accurately and efficiently than a man and a broom, controlling the dust that would be lifted by manual sweeping.
We have come a long way since factory and warehouse apprentices with a yard broom moved dirt and debris from one place to another.
Eureka sweepers work up to 45 times faster than the swiftest apprentice and cover a full shift without the need for a tea break, and are nowadays an essential production tool for those companies whose processes can be ruined by dust: the electronics and food industries, for example, are required by law to keep production areas scrupulously clean, applied paint finishes require dust-free conditions while certain brick dusts have been classified as a possible health hazard by many companies.
Comparing direct costs between hand and mechanical sweeping methods is a relatively straight-forward matter and, even if a small company is spending as little as ten hours per week on cleaning, just a small pedestrian sweeper can show savings as well as go a long way to meet the growing health and safety standards.
The number of users and of possible applications is almost unlimited, as sweepers can be employed anywhere there are medium to large dry floor areas to be cleaned.
- FOOD INDUSTRY
- LUMBER & WOOD PRODUCTS
- PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS
- SANITARY SERVICES
- PRIMARY METAL
- ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
- TRUCKING & WAREHOUSING