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Tennant/Orbio Tip of the Month March 2013

Cleaning simplified.

One solution for many applications

March 11, 2013
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One solution for many applications

Managing a variety of chemical concentrates. Different dilution ratios. Chemical smells and residues. Until now, these were some of the things maintenance crews had to contend with to clean with conventional daily-use cleaning chemicals.

But times have changed. And now there's a simple way to streamline cleaning processes and still get the results you demand.

No additives, fragrances or dyes - nothing but clean

Electrolyzed water has moved the bar when it comes to daily cleaning. Through water electrolysis, a chemical conversion takes place to generate sodium hydroxide, a common ingredient in many daily-use cleaning chemicals. Generated, stored, and dispensed in a low and safe concentration, sodium hydroxide cleaning solution can be used in a variety of cleaning applications.

As a result, you get one cleaning agent that replaces all-purpose cleaners and conventional daily-use chemicals for glass, stainless steel, carpet, and more. You don't get extra ingredients like additives, fragrances, or dyes – and no residues that build up on surfaces to attract new dirt.

Smarter cleaning

Products like the Orbio® 5000-Sc, from Tennant Company, are making it easier than ever to clean with electrolyzed water. The 5000-Sc generates cleaning solution right on site, when and where you need it, allowing you to simplify processes and reduce training for operators by reducing the number of conventional daily-use cleaning chemicals required to clean a facility.

Using cleaning agents generated on site through water electrolysis also reduces employees' exposure to conventional chemical concentrates and offers environmental benefits. It's easy to see why more and more facilities are converting to electrolyzed water to streamline processes and help them clean smarter.

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