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IPC Eagle’s Floor Scrubbers, Vacuum Sweepers and Ultra Pure Window Cleaning systems being displayed at Sales Meeting in AZ!

IPC Eagle’s Brian Barnes, Southwest Regional Manager, attended a sales meeting in Arizona with one of IPC Eagle’s distributors to showcase IPC Eagle’s variety of product lines.

 

 

Being shown are:

SmartVac 464: the #1 walk behind sweeper on the market. The vacuum sweeper can both vacuum and sweep floors at a rate of up to 27,000 square feet an hour. It features a self-cleaning filter which provides for optimal vacuum performance, a self-leveling system that can automatically adjust to any surface and a large hopper capacity that offers ten times more than the capacity of upright vacuums.

Compact Scrubbers: both the CT15 and CT45 floor scrubbers were present at the sales meeting. The walk behind scrubbers are compact in size and include adjustable handles, which helps them clean into tighter, congested areas and improve maneuverability with a wide turning radius. They clean extremely efficiently, removing up to 99% of dirt and bacteria on the floors and can dry the floors immediately in a single pass.

CT51: One of IPC Eagle’s newest scrubbers, which features 4 interchangeable heads. The scrubber machine can be equipped with a 20-inch, 24-inch, and 28-inch head, as well as all those options with the inclusion of an actuator. The machines feature nearly of IPC Eagle’s innovations, which include self-leveling system, allowing the machine to automatically adjust to the surface being cleaned, Advanced Noise Control (ANC) which creates a quieter operation, Eco Select, which works to reduce energy as well as increase run-time by 20%.

The HydroTube: part of IPC Eagle’s Ultra Pure system, which has the unique ability to produce a high volume of pure water on normal tap pressure. It uses a 4-stage filtration system that includes reverse osmosis and deionization process to produce mineral free water, which then allows spot-free windows and windows that stay clean longer with no chemical residue being left-behind.