When the Party’s Over: Cleaning Up After Major West Midlands Events

  • By Stephen Taylor
  • 16 Nov, 2017
Industrial vacuum cleaners

The West Midlands is a lively area, and there’s always a big event going on, whether it’s a gig at the NEC in Birmingham, or a conference at The International Centre in Telford. Many people visit the area on a regular basis to take part in major business or cultural events, and they usually go off without a hitch. But how do you clean up after hundreds of people have visited your venue? Having a plan for clean-up in place before the event starts is essential, and here are some things to consider.

Clean quickly

There are many reasons why quick clean-up is necessary after a big event. This can be because:

·        The space is needed for the next day

·        You may have to pay additional costs if the space isn’t cleaned up by a certain time

·        Rubbish can attract vermin

·        Leaving spills or mess can cause permanent damage to flooring, which you might have to pay for

Therefore, make sure you have enough staff staying after the event to carry out the cleaning. If it’s a particularly late night, you might want to just do the basics, then come back to do a deep clean. By using industrial vacuum cleaners , the floor can be cleaned quickly and efficiently, so staff aren’t still cleaning late into the night. If you hire a venue in the West Midlands, you’ll often have to sign an agreement that it’s back to the condition that you found it in before the event, and quick, thorough cleaning will ensure you aren’t left with a big bill.

Assign areas

Depending on the kind of event you’ve thrown, there will be different areas that need cleaning, from kitchens to meeting rooms and auditoriums. The venue needs to be put back into the condition you found it in, therefore you should assign areas to staff, and ensure they have industrial cleaning machines suitable for the task. Venues such as the NMC have many different rooms, some of which will be cleaned by in-house staff, while others will need to be cleaned by yourself, so make sure you know in advance what needs to be done.

Know your spills

The type of cleaning equipment you’ll need will depend on the type of event you’re throwing. Generally, conferences are quite sedate, so it’ll mostly be vacuuming and cleaning surfaces, whereas at gigs and film screenings, there can be a lot of leftover cups and debris, so you may need a sweeper vacuum that can handle the task. Certain areas may need the use of a scrubber dryer for wet spills, as people can be careless when there are large crowds. A bit of forward planning can make all the difference, and ensure the job is carried out to the highest standard.

If you run a venue and want to know how industrial cleaners work, get in touch with Depureco, who are based at Haybrook Industrial Estate, Unit C4, Halesfield 9, Telford, West Midlands, TF7 4QW, and supply products across the UK. Simply call 01952 588 881, or e-mail enquiries@depureco.co.uk today.

By Stephen Taylor 30 Nov, 2017

The West Midlands is full of amazing restaurants, with something to suit all tastes. From the Balti Triangle in Birmingham, to village pubs on the outskirts of Telford, there are lots of restaurant owners in the area, of all which must follow strict hygiene procedures in day to day operations. One area that can be a challenge to keep clean in a restaurant or takeaway kitchen is the floor. With loads of people milling about, trying to get food served as quickly as possible, the floor can soon be a mess. However, with properly trained staff and the right equipment on hand, you can ensure your floor is clean and safe. Here are some reasons why cleaning your kitchen and dining area floors is so important, and the best ways to do it.

Health and safety

Health and safety laws about flooring are strict, and your floors should be:

·        Suitable for purpose – i.e. non-slip

·        Free from obstructions

·        Free from spills and contamination

·        Free from trip hazards such as unanchored mats

If a spill occurs in your kitchen, it’ll therefore need to be cleaned as soon as possible. For dry spills, an industrial vacuum cleaner is a great option, as it’s so much more efficient and quick than a standard vacuum. For wet spills, you may need a scrubber dryer or similar piece of equipment. Wet spills can be dangerous, as the floor can often look dry when it’s not, so getting the right equipment is key.

Inspections

The Food Standards Agency carries out inspections around the West Midlands area, and publishes the results online, meaning any member of the public can see your hygiene rating. Whether you run one of the large curry houses in Birmingham city centre, or one of the cosy Mediterranean restaurants in Sutton Coldfield, you’ll have both surprise and scheduled inspections. It’s important that high levels of cleanliness are adhered to, so using a HEPA vacuum on your floors can make a big difference to the first impression that you make, ensuring areas such as carpets are dust-free.

Customer perception

The busy restaurant scene in the West Midlands is very competitive, and that’s why customer perception is so important. You need to know that your dining area is clean from top to bottom, and using a high efficiency vacuum ensures that your carpets are thoroughly cleaned before you start serving. While customers don’t normally notice the floor, they’ll certainly notice if debris is left behind, or if the carpet generally looks unclean, so make sure a proper vacuuming is carried out before you open. Cleanliness is one of the major factors that determine customer experience, so it’s something that staff should always be aware of.

To find out more about our industrial cleaning equipment for restaurants, get in touch with Depureco today on 01952 588 881 or e-mail enquiries@depureco.co.uk . Based at Haybrook Industrial Estate, Unit C4, Halesfield 9, Telford, West Midlands, TF7 4QW, we supply equipment throughout the UK.

By Stephen Taylor 23 Nov, 2017

We all love having a clean, calming home to relax in, but when it comes to the workplace, our cleanliness habits can go out the window.  From blocks of serviced offices in Telford, to businesses on the Pensnett Estate or Gravelly Industrial park, every workplace needs to have a clean and pleasant environment in order for employees to thrive. If clutter and dirt has built up, then it might be time for a deep clean. Here are some ways that it can benefit your workplace, whether you work in an office or industrial environment, and how you can get the best results.

Keeping people safe

Workplaces that are cluttered or dirty can often be dangerous too. Health and safety is important to the modern workplace, and avoiding injuries at work will ensure you don’t have staff taking long periods of sickness. Using industrial cleaning machines is the best way to ensure the job is done to a high standard, and this has functions such as:

·        Removing debris

·        Cleaning up spills

·        Cleaning dust and allergens

·        Clearing the area of hazards

This makes it easier to keep people safe, and makes the workplace a more pleasant place to be.

If your workplace is an industrial environment, then you may need specialist cleaning equipment as a health and safety requirement. If you deal with hazardous chemicals or explosives, give Depureco a call, as they’ll be able to advise on their range of products designed for industrial use.

Improving productivity

If you’ve ever tried to work somewhere that’s dirty or cluttered, you’ll know how distracting it can be. Unfortunately, it’s easy for workplaces to become a mess, especially during busy periods, but clutter can mean that doing tasks takes longer. By having a good de-clutter, you can ensure it’s easy to find things such as tools and paperwork as you need them. If you’re using an ATEX certified vacuum , then decluttering makes it much easier to clean in industrial environments, such as manufacturing plants around Wolverhampton and other areas.

Many studies have shown the impact of a clean work environment on employees, and it not only reduces sickness, but helps them to do their jobs better, so your workplace becomes more efficient.

Prevent damage

Whether it’s an expensive piece of manufacturing equipment or your office carpet, proper cleaning and maintenance can save money in the long-term. For example, if you use a high efficiency vacuum , you remove all the debris from your carpet, so it wears down less and lasts for longer. If you invest in something new for your business, you need to know that it’s going to last, and a regular deep clean can help.

Find out more about Depureco’s products for a cleaner workplace. Based at Haybrook Industrial Estate, Unit C4, Halesfield 9, Telford, West Midlands, TF7 4QW, they cover the West Midlands and rest of the UK. Simply call them on 01952 588 881 or e-mail enquiries@depureco.co.uk to find out more.

By Stephen Taylor 16 Nov, 2017

The West Midlands is a lively area, and there’s always a big event going on, whether it’s a gig at the NEC in Birmingham, or a conference at The International Centre in Telford. Many people visit the area on a regular basis to take part in major business or cultural events, and they usually go off without a hitch. But how do you clean up after hundreds of people have visited your venue? Having a plan for clean-up in place before the event starts is essential, and here are some things to consider.

Clean quickly

There are many reasons why quick clean-up is necessary after a big event. This can be because:

·        The space is needed for the next day

·        You may have to pay additional costs if the space isn’t cleaned up by a certain time

·        Rubbish can attract vermin

·        Leaving spills or mess can cause permanent damage to flooring, which you might have to pay for

Therefore, make sure you have enough staff staying after the event to carry out the cleaning. If it’s a particularly late night, you might want to just do the basics, then come back to do a deep clean. By using industrial vacuum cleaners , the floor can be cleaned quickly and efficiently, so staff aren’t still cleaning late into the night. If you hire a venue in the West Midlands, you’ll often have to sign an agreement that it’s back to the condition that you found it in before the event, and quick, thorough cleaning will ensure you aren’t left with a big bill.

Assign areas

Depending on the kind of event you’ve thrown, there will be different areas that need cleaning, from kitchens to meeting rooms and auditoriums. The venue needs to be put back into the condition you found it in, therefore you should assign areas to staff, and ensure they have industrial cleaning machines suitable for the task. Venues such as the NMC have many different rooms, some of which will be cleaned by in-house staff, while others will need to be cleaned by yourself, so make sure you know in advance what needs to be done.

Know your spills

The type of cleaning equipment you’ll need will depend on the type of event you’re throwing. Generally, conferences are quite sedate, so it’ll mostly be vacuuming and cleaning surfaces, whereas at gigs and film screenings, there can be a lot of leftover cups and debris, so you may need a sweeper vacuum that can handle the task. Certain areas may need the use of a scrubber dryer for wet spills, as people can be careless when there are large crowds. A bit of forward planning can make all the difference, and ensure the job is carried out to the highest standard.

If you run a venue and want to know how industrial cleaners work, get in touch with Depureco, who are based at Haybrook Industrial Estate, Unit C4, Halesfield 9, Telford, West Midlands, TF7 4QW, and supply products across the UK. Simply call 01952 588 881, or e-mail enquiries@depureco.co.uk today.

By Stephen Taylor 09 Nov, 2017

It’s always a relief to get to the end of a working day, and nobody wants to hang around for ages after closing time. That’s why it’s important to have a quick and easy closing-up routine, so people know what needs to be done, and can get your premises ready for the next day of trading. Ensuring that cleaning is done quickly means staff get home on time, and you aren’t stuck paying loads of overtime while clean-up is done. With many shops in the West Midlands, such as those in Birmingham’s Bullring now staying open later, it’s important that closing is done quickly and efficiently, and here’s how investing in the right equipment can help.

Make a checklist

Making a checklist is the easiest way to ensure your workplace is properly closed up at the end of the night. It should cover things such as:

·        Cleaning of equipment

·        Cashing up

·        Cleaning counters and floors

·        Restocking for the next day

·        Locking up securely

Whoever is in charge can then delegate tasks, so everyone knows what needs to be done. A checklist also makes it easier to come up with a plan for cutting the times down. For example, if you struggle to clean a large retail floor, then you might want to buy a high efficiency vacuum to make the task easier, or have more than one to hand to get the job done quicker.

Cleaning thoroughly

While you want closing time to be over as quickly as possible, it’s important that staff don’t do a shoddy job. If you run a shop or restaurant in a prime location such as Resorts World, then you want to ensure the place looks at its best. Investing in a HEPA vacuum ensures that all dust and allergens are removed from the floor, without having to go over the area repeatedly.

Clean as you go

The best way you can make closing time quicker is to have people clean as they go during the day. While deep cleaning is difficult while customers are around, you can use a sweeper vacuum to do one area at a time, meaning that cleaning won’t be as difficult at night. Try to work out when quiet periods are coming up, as they are excellent times to have a quick tidy up.

Deep cleaning

Another way to make closing time clean ups easier is to have the occasional deep clean. A weekly deep clean of counters and equipment will mean that only minimal cleaning will be needed during the week, making life easier. This could be done on a Sunday, or a day when you close early, so there’s minimal disruption to your normal trading hours.

If you work in retail or catering and need equipment for cleaning, contact Depureco. Based at Haybrook Industrial Estate, Unit C4, Halesfield 9, Telford, West Midlands, TF7 4QW, and working with customers across the UK, simply call them on 01952 588 881 or e-mail enquiries@depureco.co.uk to find out more.

By Stephen Taylor 01 Nov, 2017

Many of our first-time customers come to us aware only of the fact that they need a new cleaning solution for their facility. However, they aren’t sure precisely what type of machine they would most benefit from. Fortunately, the experts at Depureco are here to help.

Our reputation in supplying high-quality industrial cleaning machines precedes us, local facilities managers naturally turn to us when they need help. We’ve helped countless clients ascertain whether an industrial sweeper, scrubber or a combination of the two is going to be best-suited to their needs. With that in mind, we thought we would share some of that insight here in this post to help you determine which type of cleaning machine is best for you.

What’s the Difference between a Sweeper and Scrubber?

The difference between these two types of cleaning machines is relatively straightforward. A sweeper is essentially an industrial vacuum cleaner that will clear your floor of dust and debris. This is a particularly important cleaning machine for warehouses and manufacturing plants that produce a great deal of dust. Regular sweepers often just spread dust around, but an industrial sweeper will properly remove it from the facility.

Scrubbers, as the name suggests, rely on scrubbing pads to loosen grit and grime so that it can be removed from the floor. These operate in conjunction with water and cleaning chemicals that need to be periodically replenished. Operating a scrubber is a bit more labour-intensive, but this type of cleaning method is necessary for facilities involved in food manufacturing – or in plants where oil or grease is likely to get on the floor.

Both cleaning machines have their own advantages, but it’s fairly clear to see at this point that each performs its own specific task – and there isn’t a lot of overlap between them. With that in mind, some facilities might get away with using only a sweeper, but most are going to be better served by a combination of the two.

We Have a Comprehensive Range of Scrubbers and Sweepers in Stock

At Depureco, we have a wide range of sweepers and scrubbers in stock for you to choose from. These include walk-behind models and ride-on models. In addition to that, we also offer combination models for the ultimate in convenience and efficiency. These sweeper-scrubbers make short work of messy facilities – scrubbing down grime, removing dust and leaving your floors sparklingly clean.

We also have several different sizes of models available. The optimal size for you will depend on the size of your facility as well as how often it needs cleaning. If you’re not sure about size or whether you need a sweeper, a scrubber or a combination, feel free to contact us through the website or by calling 01952 588 881. We can arrange to conduct a no-obligation site survey and provide you with a quote on the best cleaning solution for your facility.  

By Stephen Taylor 24 Oct, 2017

The vacuum cleaners used for industrial purposes will vary be different from regular vacuum cleaners used at home. Essentially, the process is the same: dirt is sucked from the floor surface into a chamber wherever the vacuum nozzle is placed. This means that dust and dirt can be removed instantly from an area to keep it clean. However, for industrial purposes, you’ll often need something bigger, more powerful, and more efficient than a standard vacuum cleaner.

High‐Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) Vacuum Cleaners

These vacuums differ from conventional vacuums in that they contain filters that can trap extremely small, micron-sized particles. This is going to be necessary in an industrial environment where cleanliness is essential. A HEPA vacuum is designed to trap 99.7% of all airborne particles that are larger than 0.3 microns. An average household vacuum cleaner does not pick up particles that are smaller than 50 microns, meaning that the smallest – and most easily spread – particles are being released back into the air, and will then eventually settle back onto the ground.

The Motor

Aside from the filter that is able to collect the dust, a HEPA vacuum should also contain a decent motor. These are the power source of your vacuum cleaner, and an under-powered vacuum will not be effective. A lesser quality vacuum will use flow-through motors, but a good quality electric vacuum cleaner should use a bypass motor. This means that the motor chamber will be isolated from the impeller chamber.

The impeller is the fan that creates the suction that the vacuum produces, and a flow-through motor uses airflow generated by the impeller to cool the motor. This means that any particles that escape the filter are blown into the motor chamber, which reduces the life of the motor. However, a decent high-efficiency vacuum should utilize a bypass motor so that the motor chamber uses clean air from the outside to keep it cool.

Pre-filtration

Aside from the main filter, for the most effective vacuum cleaner, there should be multiple layers of prefiltration that remove as much contaminant as possible before they reach the HEPA filter. By using pre-filters this will effectively extend the life of the HEPA filter, and ultimately will reduce operating costs too. A good quality HEPA vacuum cleaner should have three or four levels of prefilters.

HEPA Vacuums in Use

Today, HEPA vacuum cleaners are used across several industries in environments where the inhalation of microscopic particles can present a health risk. A HEPA vacuum is essential if your business needs to recover and trap small particles so that they are permanently removed from the room. HEPA vacuums are used in industries anywhere from food production to biotechnology.

HEPA vacuum cleaners serve an essential purpose to remove debris and control the build-up of harmful contaminants. Overall, HEPA filters ensure that harmful particles are not released back into the air to be breathed in and affect the respiratory system. At Depureco we have a range of HEPA vacuums available for industrial and commercial cleaning. We are one of the largest suppliers in the West Midlands, based at Haybrook Industrial Estate, Unit C4, Halesfield 9, Telford, West Midlands, TF7 4QW. Please give us a call today on 01952 588 881 to discuss our products.

By Stephen Taylor 17 Oct, 2017

It's becoming more and more common for businesses to open 24 hours a day. From restaurants to supermarkets, there are lots of businesses that have found it makes good sense to never close, and this means they can target customers such as last-minute shoppers and shift workers who might not otherwise spend their money with them. However, running a 24 hour business has many challenges, and one of them is keeping the premises clean. If you never close, when can you do a deep clean? Here are a few tips for maintaining cleanliness levels in a non-stop environment. 

Get the right equipment  

When a cleaning job needs to be done quickly and efficiently, then having the right equipment is essential. If your business is a 24 hour one, then you'll only have small windows of time to do the cleaning, so should choose wisely. Opt for an industrial vacuum cleaner that'll pick up dirt and debris easily, and can handle a commercial environment. Also, in a 24 hour business, your equipment needs to be sturdy enough to be operated several times a day, and a vacuum made for industrial use is ideal. 

Work out your quietest times  

Although your businesses may be open all hours, there will be certain times when there is a lull, which is the perfect time to clean. When running a 24/7 business , everything needs to be carefully planned, but you should also leave flexibility in case there's an unexpected rush. 

Some particularly quiet times might be: 

  • During school hours
  • In food service environments, in-between usual meal times
  • Sunday and bank holidays
  • The summer months 

Once you've identified a couple of quiet periods during the day, you can get someone to use their time to give the place a quick clean or use a high efficiency vacuum to get the floors looking good. You can then schedule deeper cleaning on days such as Sunday, which are quieter for the majority of businesses. Some 24 hour businesses still close at 4pm on Sunday, re-opening first thing Monday morning, which gives you a window of time to do the jobs that can't be done around customers. 

Work around customers, safely  

If customers are always going to be around, then it's important you learn to clean around them, without compromising safety. For example, if you need to clean the floor, you could close sections as you clean, putting up wet floor signs to ensure people are aware. Some industrial cleaning machines are designed to draw in as much waste water as possible while they clean, which means the floor dries quicker and sections won't need to be closed as long. 

To find cleaning solutions that suit busy, 24 hour businesses, contact Depureco who are based on Haybrook Industrial Estate, Unit C4, Halesfield 9, Telford, West Midlands, TF7 4QW. Supplying industrial cleaning equipment across the UK, you can simply call them on 01952 588 881 to get expert advice.

By Stephen Taylor 10 Oct, 2017

The vacuum cleaners used for industrial purposes will vary be different from regular vacuum cleaners used at home. Essentially, the process is the same: dirt is sucked from the floor surface into a chamber wherever the vacuum nozzle is placed. This means that dust and dirt can be removed instantly from an area to keep it clean. However, for industrial purposes, you’ll often need something bigger, more powerful, and more efficient than a standard vacuum cleaner.

High‐Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) Vacuum Cleaners

These vacuums differ from conventional vacuums in that they contain filters that can trap extremely small, micron-sized particles. This is going to be necessary in an industrial environment where cleanliness is essential. A HEPA vacuum is designed to trap 99.7% of all airborne particles that are larger than 0.3 microns. An average household vacuum cleaner does not pick up particles that are smaller than 50 microns, meaning that the smallest – and most easily spread – particles are being released back into the air, and will then eventually settle back onto the ground.

The Motor

Aside from the filter that is able to collect the dust, a HEPA vacuum should also contain a decent motor. These are the power source of your vacuum cleaner, and an under-powered vacuum will not be effective. A lesser quality vacuum will use flow-through motors, but a good quality electric vacuum cleaner should use a bypass motor. This means that the motor chamber will be isolated from the impeller chamber.

The impeller is the fan that creates the suction that the vacuum produces, and a flow-through motor uses airflow generated by the impeller to cool the motor. This means that any particles that escape the filter are blown into the motor chamber, which reduces the life of the motor. However, a decent high-efficiency vacuum should utilize a bypass motor so that the motor chamber uses clean air from the outside to keep it cool.

Pre-filtration

Aside from the main filter, for the most effective vacuum cleaner, there should be multiple layers of prefiltration that remove as much contaminant as possible before they reach the HEPA filter. By using pre-filters this will effectively extend the life of the HEPA filter, and ultimately will reduce operating costs too. A good quality HEPA vacuum cleaner should have three or four levels of prefilters.

HEPA Vacuums in Use

Today, HEPA vacuum cleaners are used across several industries in environments where the inhalation of microscopic particles can present a health risk. A HEPA vacuum is essential if your business needs to recover and trap small particles so that they are permanently removed from the room. HEPA vacuums are used in industries anywhere from food production to biotechnology.

HEPA vacuum cleaners serve an essential purpose to remove debris and control the build-up of harmful contaminants. Overall, HEPA filters ensure that harmful particles are not released back into the air to be breathed in and affect the respiratory system. At Depureco we have a range of HEPA vacuums available for industrial and commercial cleaning. We are one of the largest suppliers in the West Midlands, based at Haybrook Industrial Estate, Unit C4, Halesfield 9, Telford, West Midlands, TF7 4QW. Please give us a call today on 01952 588 881 to discuss our products.

By Stephen Taylor 03 Oct, 2017

Business owners and managers barely get a chance to breathe when they're under pressure at work, but workplace hygiene and cleanliness can't be neglected. Unfortunately, cleaning the floors in a large setting, such as a warehouse or a shopping centre, can be challenging and time-consuming, especially if your cleaning department has to sweep and scrub the floors manually.

Covering thousands of square feet of floor space with a mop and a brush takes hours and exhausts employees, but they can finish the task without expelling too much energy quickly by using an industrial vacuum cleaner.

At Depureco, we know that cleaning is the last thing you want to think about as a business owner, but you can't afford to let your hygiene standards drop due to neglect. Floors deal with lots of foot traffic daily, and the germs that come in from outside can soon be transferred to surfaces.

We provide a broad range of industrial vacuum cleaners across the UK, and because of our location in Telford, we're the go-to provider of commercial cleaning equipment in the West Midlands. Here's how our technologically advanced product offering can help you stay on top of floor maintenance.

Does My West Midlands Business Need Industrial Vacuum Cleaners?

We offer both ride on and push-along vacuum cleaners in a range of sizes, but they're all manufactured by some of the most well-known names in the industry. Plus, our products are HEPA approved and ATEX certified, meaning they've been proven to trap airborne particles effectively and are mechanically safe and sound. Because of these features, all businesses in Telford and the West Midlands could benefit from sweeper vacuums in the following ways:

·         The Most Efficient Way to Clean Floors
You might have a lot of floor space to clean at your workplace, meaning using a mop and brush will likely take hours. Alternatively, you could finish the job in a matter of minutes using a ride on industrial vacuum cleaner.

·         Make Life Easier for Your Cleaning Staff
There's no reason to have exhausted cleaning employees when you could let them use the latest sweeper vacuums. Your staff may have time to focus on other tasks during their shifts if they can clean the floors thoroughly and quickly.

·         Save Money in the Long Run
Employing a team of cleaning staff to clean the floors with brushes and brooms would be expensive over the long term, but you only need one employee to power a ride on vacuum cleaner that's capable of covering 67,000 square feet of floor space per hour.

·         No Need to Replace Cleaning Equipment
Last but not least, you won't have to worry about replacing mops and brushes every few months if you have a durable machine that's guaranteed to survive for years with little-required upkeep.

Contact the Experts at Depureco Today

We want to help as many West Midlands businesses as possible make effective floor cleaning simple and affordable, so if you want to enquire more about our products, call us today on 01952 588 881. Alternatively, come and see our machines for yourself at Haybrook Industrial Estate, Telford, West Midlands, TF7 4QW.

By Stephen Taylor 05 Sep, 2017

As a restaurant owner, you have a duty to keep the place clean and hygienic for the sake of your customers' health, and you also have a legal obligation to comply with the minimum required standards of cleanliness. However, even putting the law and hygiene aside, you should keep the place looking pristine to entice customers through your doors.

Kitchens and restaurants can be breeding grounds for several types of bacteria that cause infections in humans, and just giving the floors a quick brush and rinse won't get rid of the problem. Because germs cause illness and can contaminate fresh food, you need to take cleaning seriously, and the floors shouldn't go unnoticed.

At Depureco, we're well aware of the risks associated with dirty restaurant floors, but we're here to tell you that there needn't be a problem if you invest in industrial vacuum cleaners. It can take less than an hour to clean your floors thoroughly with the latest models of sweepers, and thanks to our location in Telford, we can deliver products to any location in the West Midlands quickly.

How Do I Clean My Restaurant Floors?

As mentioned above, it takes more than a quick sweep to decontaminate a restaurant or commercial kitchen floor, but it doesn't have to take much time if you utilise the latest industrial vacuum cleaners.

·         Sweeper Vacuum

The first step towards ridding your floors of germs is to use a sweeper, which can effectively remove dust and debris without too much effort on your behalf. Thanks to being able to reach speeds of up to three miles per hour, sweepers can cover a vast area quickly, and the batteries can last for up to three hours without needing a recharge.

If your restaurant boasts a lot of floor space, you might consider purchasing a ride on sweeper vacuum, allowing you to remain comfortable as you eliminate the clutter from your floor in no time at all.

·         Floor Scrubber

After your floors have been swept and you want to finish the job, you should use an industrial scrubber to give the floors a wash. Some of our best-selling scrubbers can cover 26,000 square feet per hour, and if you have a particularly large restaurant, we have ride on versions available. Alternatively, if you need to duck and dive under shelving units, you might be better off purchasing a walk-behind machine.

·         The Best of Both Worlds

If you'd rather kill two birds with one stone, you may be interested in our combination models, which boast all the features found on scrubbers and sweepers. With one machine, you could thoroughly clean up to 67,000 square feet of floor space per hour, allowing you to maintain the highest hygiene standards with minimal effort.

Learn More about Our Industrial Vacuum Cleaners for Restaurants

We have an extensive collection of scrubbers, sweepers and combo machines for commercial kitchens and restaurants, and we only stock vacuums from the world's most highly regarded manufacturers. Contact us today on 01952 588 881 to make an enquiry, or come and peruse our machines in person at Haybrook Industrial Estate, Telford, West Midlands, TF7 4QW.

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