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Ever since she was a young girl, my sister has been interested in agriculture. After graduating with a degree in agriculture education, she accepted a teaching position at a local high school. For the past three years, she has been amazing her students with her knowledge about subjects such as raising beef cattle, growing flowers, and canning fruit preserves. Since she has a sweet tooth, canning fruit preserves is one of my sister’s favorite pastimes. If she ever has the time, she may even launch her own home based business canning fruit preserves to sell to customers. If you’re considering canning jams, jellies, and other sweet goods to sell to customers, you will need to invest in some state-of-the-art industrial equipment. On this blog, you will discover the types of industrial equipment that are necessary to start a canning business.

Satisfying a Sweet Tooth

Beware Of Chemicals Causing Damage To A Floor Scrubber

Malou Leffers

Even though you operate a floor scrubber with the greatest of care, the device may end up suffering damage. Running the wrong cleaning chemicals through the equipment presents a risk of burning the internal mechanisms or causing other problems. Never make assumptions about what chemicals are safe to use and which ones are prone to cause harm. Instead, always make sure the right chemicals have been selected and avoid making any mistakes that might ruin the scrubber.

Request Cleaning Agents from the Equipment Provider

Probably the easiest way to make sure the right chemicals are used is to procure them from the renter/seller of the equipment. Unfortunately, the cleaning agents delivered by the provider might prove inadequate. There are other chemical brands available, but great care has to go into choosing the right one.

Procure a List of Recommended Chemicals

Contact the seller or rental service that provides the floor scrubber and ask for a list of those chemicals that are safe to run through the equipment. The business may not recommend a brand name, but the types of chemicals best used may be provided. Double-check any ingredients on a particular cleaning chemical to see if there is a match between those and the recommended ones. If not, message the customer service department to be sure whether or not using the particular chemical is a good or bad idea.

Refrain from Mixing Chemicals

Mixing different brands and ingredients into the cleaning equipment has the potential to cause a chemical reaction. A corrosive reaction that melts tubes and burns metal parts is a possibility. The damage could end up being so extensive, no amount of repair work is possible. This means you may be on the proverbial hook for the hugely expensive cost of replacing the scrubber.

Flush Out the System

If a chemical seems to be causing a problem, flushing out the liquid may be helpful. Always double-check with the equipment provider to find out whether or not this is advisable first. Ask to speak with a technician, tell the person what chemical was used, what the apparent problem is (Is there a burning smell? Are the parts making strange sounds), and if running significant amounts of soap and water through the system is advisable.

Take the Scrubber in for Repairs

When something clearly is seriously wrong with the floor scrubber, cleaning equipment repairs are unavoidable. Take the model in for repairs at the site of a verified and authorized repair technician right away.