by Brianna Crandall — September 22, 2017 — Diversey, a hygiene and cleaning solutions company that was previously a division of Sealed Air, recently unveiled its new TASKI Swingobot 2000, a hands-free robotic floor-care machine with built-in sensors and innovative on-board technologies. The new model ensures at least 25 percent more productivity over the previous Swingobot 1650 machine model, enabling facilities to effectively and consistently clean floors in less time, says the company.
Ryssen Laurent, Global Marketing Machines leader, Diversey, remarked:
This new Swingobot floor-care machine brings together the trusted cleaning standards that customers have come to expect from our TASKI machines and the advanced intelligence of Intellibot robotics technology. By continuing to evolve automated floor care, we’re making cleaning safer and more efficient, reliable and cost-effective.
The TASKI Swingobot 2000 machine operates autonomously via sonar, 2D LIDAR, touch shield sensors and floor-detector sensors that work in harmony with the robot’s computer software. The machine can avoid obstacles in its path and will intelligently stop as soon as any change in its environment is detected, says Diversey.
The robotic floor-care machine is also equipped with a remote control and numerous intelligent TASKI functions as standard, including:
- IntelliTrail, a fleet management system that allows managers to remotely access machine location, activity and critical service information
- Intelli-Trak, a solution for measuring site performance of the machine and for conducting software updates
- IntelliDose, a closed-pouch system that allows facilities to select the optimal amount of chemical for any task and floor type
- IntelliFlow solution flow technology, which delivers the proper amount of cleaning solution and water onto the floor according to the speed of the machine to reduce waste and ensure floors are always dry after cleaning
The robotic floor-care machine is also engineered to ensure it can work ergonomically in manual mode.