Bit Pedestrian Scrubber Drier

100% recyclable bodywork, and a built-in charger.

Bit is a compact, pedestrian scrubber drier, ideal for cleaning small to medium sized areas. It incorporates a 'gel' battery, which does not leak or give off dangerous fumes like standard lead acid batteries. This makes Bit safe to use and environmentally friendly.

Green Credentials

Other green features include 100% recyclable bodywork, and a built-in charger that plugs into any standard 13 amp socket. Bit is energy efficient, and requires no special tools or training to maintain.

Clean Dry Floors

Bit uses a single brush head to scrub the floor surface with detergent from its 13 litre solution tank. A rear-mounted squeegee collects the dirty water which is pumped into a 14 litre recovery tank, leaving the floor immaculately clean and dry.

Easy To Use Easy To Store

A cleaning width of 385mm allows the Bit scrubber to work in tight, inaccessible spaces, such as narrow aisles in a warehouse. It weighs just 65kg and has a fold-down handle, which means operators can easily store it under a desk or in a cupboard when not in use.

Pedestrian Scrubber Drier

Bit is an extremely reliable pedestrian scrubber drier, and ideal for cleaning offices, shops, schools, and libraries. It is an excellent product is popular with companies wanting a compact, reliable and easy to use scrubber drier.

Bit 391 Specification

Cleaning Width: 385mm
Motor: Electric
Power: 550watts
Batteries: 2 x 12-25 GEL
Traction: Semi Automatic
Dimensions: 113x50x103
Weight: 59.5
Drive: electric

 

  • 2 years parts & labour warranty
  • Available for long term rental
  • Call 0118 978 3838 for more details and prices

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