An overhaul to the colour scheme of Tennant ’s 7300 mid-sized, battery powered rider scrubbers and 8300 battery powered sweeper scrubbers has been designed to further enhance the company’s brand recognition within the industrial marketplace.
The signature teal and grey colour scheme is concurrent with the introduction of Tennant’s restyled S30 mid-sized rider sweepers.
Eric Povitz, senior product manager with Tennant says that the development of a unique colour scheme on the company’s range of scrubbers and sweeper scrubbers significantly improves their brand awareness and recognition among customers.
He notes also that the performance and capabilities of the 7300 and 8300 machines remain.
Tennant 7300 mid-sized, battery powered rider scrubbers maximize scrubbing productivity with multiple scrub-head widths and powerful, large capacity batteries that deliver hours of productive scrubbing.
The scrubbers feature three down pressure settings as well as a SuperScrub mode, with solid engineering and non-corrosive Duramer construction ensuring long lasting operation.
Tennant 8300 battery powered sweeper scrubbers effectively sweep and scrub at the same time.
The sweeper scrubbers deliver direct-throw sweeping performance with Tennant’s patented MTS (Multi-Technology Sweeping) system.
Scrubbing performance is provided by MaxPro scrubbing technology, which maintains constant down-pressure on the brushes.
Both 7300 scrubbers and 8300 sweeper scrubbers increase safety and cleanliness with Tennant’s patented chemical-free ec-H2O technology, which uses up to 70 percent less water and 100 percent less detergent than traditional cleaning methods.
This technology provides companies with a cost effective way to move toward a more sustainable cleaning process.