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The choice of a monobrush

It must be done by precisely defining the scope of use of your machine. There are indeed several types of monobrushes. A monobrush is characterized by its rotation speed which goes from low speed, high speed to ultra high speed. The choice of rotation speed will determine the types of work you can do with it.
The brands: we offer three major monobrush brands with Numatic , Nilfisk Alto and Taski , each of which has recognized know-how and quality after-sales service.
Since 1981 our experience will allow us to advise you on the choice.

What are the types of monobrushes

High-speed monobrush
Monobrush whose rotation speed is between 380 and 450 rpm.
This monobrush is intended for floor buffing or polishing operations.
Their use is strictly limited to the spray method (glossing).
Two-speed monobrush
The bi-speed monobrush has a selector allowing them to have two rotation speeds.
A low speed (for example 190 rpm) and a double speed (i.e. 380 rpm).
A monobrush which will allow you to deal with practically all tasks from stripping, to cleaning carpets, spray polishing method, cleaning, etc.
Ultra-high-speed single-disc machine
It is a machine whose speed is between 1200 rpm to 1500 rpm or even 2000 rpm.
This machine advances in a straight line thanks to a stabilizing wheel on the front in addition to the two wheels common to all machines.
This monobrush is only intended for very high speed polishing of thermoplastic floors treated with metallization. The high speed of rotation will heat the surface, make it more resistant and above all more shiny with a "wet look" effect.

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Areas of use for monobrushes

It is the task you will have to carry out that will determine the choice of machine and vice versa.
Indeed, depending on the type of operation to be carried out, the choice of the wrong equipment can prove to be dangerous for the user and risk of soil degradation.
- Soil stripping: low-speed single- disc machine - black or brown or even blue disc on delicate floors.
- Floor spray method: high-speed single-disc machine 400 rpm - red single-disc disc
- Floor cleaning: low-speed single- disc machine - green single -disc disc
- Carpet cleaning: low-speed monobrush - carpet bonnet or carpet brush
- Crystalization: low-speed monobrush - steel wool disc
- Parquet stripping: low-speed monobrush - micromesh disk or 3M scotch mesh
- Tiling cleaning: low-speed monobrush - perlon brush
- Scarification: specific low-speed monobrush with scarifying brush

Use of a monobrush

Preparation: check that the monobrush is clean and that all moving parts are working properly. Fill the tank with clean water and add the recommended cleaner or detergent.
Adjustment: adjust the speed and pressure of the monobrush according to the surface to be cleaned and the severity of the dirt.
Cleaning: Start cleaning the surface by sliding the single disc machine back and forth, ensuring that the nozzle is in contact with the surface at all times. For hard-to-reach corners and edges, use a handheld sprayer. A disc size slightly larger than the diameter of the machine makes it possible to lick the edges without risk of shocks.
Rinse: Once you are finished cleaning the surface, rinse it with clean water to remove any cleaner residue.
Maintenance: after each use, empty the water tank and rinse the monobrush thoroughly. Store the monobrush in a dry and protected place.
Note: It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions for safe and effective use of the monobrush.
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