You may be thinking, “Orbot, that sounds really dirty.” Get your damn heads out of the gutter people. It’s not what you think.
The Orbot is not some sort of orgasm robot, but rather the Cadillac of orbital oscillating pad machines. What the deuce does that mean?
Well, for starters, an oscillating orbital pad machine uses a random, oscillating motion at more than 1700 rpm that lifts and cleans all sides of the carpet fibers. The end result is a much cleaner carpet. Soil that is buried deep in the pile of the carpet is brought to the top of the surface.
Combine that technology with on board encapsulating cleaning solution and proprietary cleaning pads and your customers will be shocked and awed with the end results.
What’s amazing is that the Orbot has absolutely no torque pull and will not throw you around like a traditional orbital floor buffer. I’m pretty sure that a first grader would have no issues controlling one.
How loud is it? Well, I’ve used one in the room next to a sleeping baby and she slept right through the entire cleaning process.
Moisture? Hardly. Stunning results are delivered with very little cleaning solution and carpets dry in hours, not days, and without the assistance of air movers.
Ever heard of a homeowner’s walls being damaged by truck-mounted cleaning hoses as the carpet tech moves from room to room? Not so with the Orbot. An on-board solution and extraction reservoir allows you to leave those anaconda hoses in the truck. Not having to worry about dragging soil into the house you are trying to clean? Priceless.
The Orbot can clean nearly any flooring surface you can think of by merely changing the pad. All types of carpet, hardwood, laminate, tile, vinyl, concrete, asphalt, brick, and stone can be cleaned. Scrubbing, polishing, or waxing can all be done with one machine. Can you say versatility?
More to come on this topic later. I keep nodding off at the keyboard and wanted to get the first post out there for you to read.