Due to business growth, we have a vacancy for a Field Service Engineer, capable of servicing and repairing machinery at customer sites.
The role is customer facing, so applicants must be presentable, have good communication skills and be prepared to use their own initiative.
The position suits someone from our industry or from a forklift truck/plant machinery background. You will have diesel and petrol engine experience with hydraulic and DC electrical diagnostic skills. Experience with battery electric vehicles and/or groundcare equipment are an advantage.
Full, clean driving licence required. The package comprises of a competitive salary, plenty of overtime, company van, 20 days holiday plus bank holidays, Monday to Friday only. You will travel throughout the UK with occasional overnight stays.
Apply in writing including a CV to Derek Peat, Service Manager
The picture on the left shows a typical ride-on scrubber dryer. Nothing particularly special about it except maybe its size which is substantial, but we will come back to that.
Why a Floor Scrubber?
As the most popular type of cleaning machine the scrubber dryer is also the most effective. By combining mechanical cleaning with a cleaning fluid a scrubber dryer will produce floors that are spotlessly clean. The machine’s water collection system also makes sure they are dry almost instantly and therefore safe. The additional benefit of this is that waste water and its pollutants are collected and disposed of properly.
How Does A Scrubber Dryer Work?
If you need a scrubber dryer understanding the principles of how they work will help you get the right machine and get the most from it. The schematic shows how the major components are arranged in our sample machine, click to enlarge. Brushes at the front, water collection system, affectionately known as a squeegee, at the back with the operator sitting at the front for ease of use. Under the body work we have two large tanks, the batteries and some motors. One of the motors provides traction the other vacuum for the water collection system. One tank is for clean water the other for waste water.
As the scrubber dryer moves forward the cleaning solution is dispensed into the brushes and onto the floor. The brushes rotate and scrub the floor loosening and lifting the dirt. The water and the dirt are sucked up by the squeegee and pumped into the waste water tank. There are however a number of important variables in this process, namely the speed of the vehicle, the speed and pressure of the scrubbing process, the amount and make-up of the cleaning solution and the number of passes you make over the floor. Also the number and style of scrubbing brush can be specified. Each one of these is very important and we will be examining each in later posts.
If you want to know more now then visit our website where some of these issues are outlined.