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Introducing the co-botic 45: New Intelligent Robotic Scrubber-Dryer to be Released in April 2024

i-team ANZ 2 mins read
The co-botic 45 Intelligent Floor Scrubber Dryer in a restaurant environment.

As the demand for efficient and sustainable commercial cleaning solutions continues to rise, we are proud to unveil the latest innovation in the field: the co-botic 45 Intelligent Robotic Scrubber-Dryer. Engineered to redefine cleaning standards in commercial settings, the co-botic 45 is set to revolutionize the maintenance of large spaces, and will be released in early April, 2024. 

Designed for almost all hard floor types, the co-botic 45 represents the pinnacle of intelligent robotic scrubber-dryers. It efficiently handles repetitive and tedious tasks, such as scrubbing and drying large floor areas ranging from 200m² to 1500m². By doing so, it reduces the risk of repetitive strain injuries that cleaners often encounter when working on these tedious spaces.  

Some standout features include its ability to operate 24/7 using two batteries, allowing for uninterrupted cleaning cycles, even in dark areas overnight. It also leaves hard floors scrubbed clean and dry within 10 seconds, significantly reducing slip hazards for guests or other team members. 

Working alongside the co-botic means that human cleaners don't need to focus on time-consuming tasks like cleaning floors. Instead, they can utilize their time and skills in other areas, optimizing the overall workload. 

Tim Pugh, Sales and Marketing Director of i-team ANZ said “I am thrilled to introduce the co-botic 45 to our lineup of innovative cleaning solutions. The co-botic 45 represents a significant leap forward in commercial cleaning technology, offering unmatched efficiency and performance. We are committed to providing cutting-edge solutions that empower our customers to achieve their cleaning goals, and the co-botic 45 is a testament to that commitment." 

For organizations seeking to enhance efficiency and elevate cleaning standards, the co-botic 45 offers an unparalleled solution. 

Get in touch with i-team ANZ today to discover how the co-botic 45 can improve efficiency for your organization. For more information head to www.iteamanz.com.au  

 

 


Key Facts:
  1. 1. The co-botic 45 Intelligent Robotic Scrubber-Dryer is the latest innovation in commercial cleaning technology, set to revolutionize maintenance of large spaces, coming early April, 2024.

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  3. 2. It efficiently handles cleaning and drying tasks for areas ranging from 200m² to 1500m², reducing the risk of repetitive strain injuries for cleaners.

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  5. 3. Standout features include 24/7 operation with two batteries, leaving floors clean and dry within 10 seconds, and freeing up human cleaners to focus on other tasks, thereby optimizing overall workload.

About us:

At i-team ANZ, we're passionate about revolutionizing the way cleaning is done. As a leading provider of innovative cleaning solutions in the Australia and New Zealand region, we strive to empower businesses and organizations with cutting-edge technology that enhances efficiency, sustainability, and results.

With years of experience and expertise in the cleaning industry, we understand the challenges faced by businesses in maintaining cleanliness and hygiene standards. That's why we're committed to delivering solutions that not only meet but exceed expectations.

Our range of products, including the revolutionary i-mop XL floor scrubber, is designed to revolutionize traditional cleaning methods. By combining state-of-the-art technology with practical design, our solutions streamline cleaning processes, reduce labor costs, and minimize environmental impact.


Contact details:

Richard Cawood
Marketing Manager, i-team ANZ
richard.cawood@i-teamanz.com.au 

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