The versatile scrubber.
The control panel is simple and intuitive. The screen shows the operator the current status of the battery, scrub brush, and squeegee. Icons will display on-screen to indicate whether the scrub brush, squeegee, or both are active. In other words, you’ll know at a glance whether you’re scrubbing and drying, scrubbing only, or drying only.
Raise or lower the squeegee with a simple pull of the adjustment handle on the back of the scrubber. Put the squeegee down to dry the floor as you go.
Scrub Deck Control
Similarly, you can easily raise or lower the brush head with the push of a conveniently placed foot pedal. A brush icon will appear on the control panel screen when the brush head is down in scrubbing position.
Intuitive Touch Points
Squeegee Vacuum Nozzle
If the squeegee isn’t drying like you expect it to, there’s a good chance you’ve got a large piece of debris clogging the vacuum hose. The bright yellow nozzle indicates the first place to check in case of a clog. (Avoid clogs by clearing your path of large debris before scrubbing.)
Solution Tank Filter
Another point of interest. You won’t have any trouble finding the solution tank filter on the underside of the machine with its bright yellow coloring.
As a safety feature, the 500SS has a big red emergency shutdown button. Suppose you accidentally run over a rope while scrubbing and you’re like “Oh no!”. Well, fret not. Just bop the big red button to instantly turn off the machine.
Getting Ready to Clean
Water Filler Hose
Optionally, connect the attached filler hose to a water faucet to fill the solution tank with clean water. Of course, you can also just use a bucket or your own hose to fill up with water.
After filling with water, add cleaning chemical solution to the recommended dilution. The solution tank cover doubles as a measuring container!
Adjust Solution Flow
Push in the conveniently located tap command knob to get your chemical cleaning solution flowing for scrubbing. Or, pull it back up when you’re done to stop dispensing the cleaning solution.
Getting Rid of the Mess
When the recovery tank becomes full, the float will protect the vacuum motor by shutting off its air intake. The cylindrical design of this scrubber’s float means that it’s not susceptible to the common failures of other scrubber tank float designs.
Recovery Tank Drainage Hose
Easily drain the recovery tank by removing the attached hose and emptying it at your dedicated maintenance area.
Empty the Debris Hopper
The cylindrical brush is also able to pick up small debris, so don’t forget to periodically empty the debris hopper. Remove it by sliding it out to the side, then dump it and rinse it with water.
Let’s Get Technical
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3″ x 19.7″
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