Tennant scrubbers equipped with ec-H20 technology

Maintaining sanitary environments is critical in food and beverage facilities. Tennant’s high-performance total floor care solutions help provide clean, hygienic environments where food or beverages are prepared, processed, packaged, bottled, stored or transported.

Australia is governed by a Food Standards code. HACCP is a systematic approach to identifying, evaluating and controlling food safety hazards – where a hazard is anything that could make food dangerous to eat such as microbiological (e.g. bacteria), chemical (e.g. cleaning products) and physical (e.g. debris).

Whether the challenge is cleaning tight, congested spaces or keeping large areas free of dirt and food grease build-up, Tennant has a solution to protect a facility and keep cleaning sanitary with innovations like the easy-to-clean Hygienic solution and recovery tanks and the detergent-free ec-H2O NanoClean technology.

Water makes up 50-65 per cent of the human body. It covers approximately 70 per cent of the earth. It has shaped our land, served as a barrier and a travel route throughout history, and is one of the most important factors to sustaining life as we know it.

Last year, Tennant celebrated the 10th anniversary of Tennant Company introducing a different way to use water – ec-H2O Technology. Scrubbers equipped with ec-H2O technology electrically convert water into a detergent-free cleaning solution that cleans effectively, saves money, improves safety, and reduces environmental impact compared to traditional cleaning chemicals and methods.

The technology initially launched on select Tennant Walk-Behind Scrubbers in 2008 and expanded to select Rider Scrubbers by 2009. The second generation of ec-H2O Technology, ec-H2O NanoClean, was introduced on the Tennant T300 in 2016. ec-H2O NanoClean technology offers the same benefits of the first generation but cleans better by cleaning more soils in more applications.

Ec-H2O NanoClean can create real savings by:
• Reducing the need to purchase floor cleaning detergents.
• Increasing productivity by allowing operators to clean up to three times longer.
• Reducing other costs such as water supply and waste as well as costs associated with the purchasing and storing of conventional detergents.