CT 15 Floor Scrubber

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The CT15 floor scrubber is one of the most compact machines on the market, yet still offers exceptional productivity.

Small in size, handy and compact, the CT 15 walk behind scrubber dryer is ideal for cleaning domestic floors, hard floors and carpets.

The small dimensions allow this professional floor scrubber to work in confined areas and spaces such as sanitary facilities, and in furnishing environments such as offices and schools. In addition, the large tank guarantees a productivity up to 1225 sqm/h.

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  • KEY FEATURES

    • Large Tank Capacity – 15 l
    • Great Maneuverability – 90 cm External Radius
    • Great Productivity – 1300 sqm/h
    • Hard Floor and Carpet applications
    • Handle Setting 50 to 1200 cm
    • Three Stage Vacuum Motors

    Not all features are available for all product variants

    INNOVATION

    ECO
    SELECT

    TRANSPORT
    WHEEL

    CARPET
    KIT

    ECS™

    SLS™

    SELF
    LEVELING
    SYSTEM

    DBL™

    DOUBLE
    BATTERY
    LIFE

    BIOSAN

    BACTERIA CONTROL

  • HEALTH CARE:

    OFFICE:

  • Our technology data.

    PRODUCTIVITY

    1225 m2/h

    BATTERIES RUNNING TIME

    1 h

    WATER TANK RUNNING TIME

    40′ for shift

    • The machine leave scratches on the floor.

      • Brush or Pad are worn out, plastic disc touches the floor causing scratches.
      • The brush or Pad are not suitable for application, try with a softer type.
      • Brush is missing and metal parts interfere with the floor.
    • The main brush does not clean the floor evenly.

      • Main brush is worn out, have it replaced.
      • Pad is worn out, pad holder is touching the floor.
      • Brush head is damaged, contact the technical service.
    • The battery charger is not working.

      • Make sure there is voltage to the battery charger, that the fuses are not blown and that the current reaches the battery; try charging with another rectifier. If the battery charger is not working, contact the technical service centre and indicate the serial number of the battery charger.
      • See the battery charger instructions for troubleshooting.
      • Make sure the battery charger is correctly powered according with rated voltage.
    • The squeegee does not clean or suction is ineffective.

      • The edge of the rubber blades in contact with the floor is worn.
      • The squeegee or hose is blocked or damaged.
      • The suction hose is not connected to the squeegee or is damaged.
    • The batteries do not provide the normal work time.

      • The battery poles and charging terminals are dirty and oxidised.
      • The batteries are new and does not deliver 100% of its expected capacity. Perform 10 charging cycles. Batteries are exhausted and need to be replaced.
      • [Ride On version] The battery has not been connected to the battery charger (for example, because the low voltage connector of the battery charger has been erroneously connected to the machine connector).
    • The detergent flow does not stop.

      • The tap stays open, because it is damaged or very dirty.
      • Faulty or dirty solenoid valve.
      • Filter is missing or cap is open.
    • The suction motor does not work.

      • Switch faulty.
      • Cable disconnected.
      • Vacuum motor is damaged.
    • The brush doesn’t rotate.

      • Press the brush lever, press the brush button.
      • Charge the batteries.
      • Reconnect the power supply connector.
      • [Ride On version] The brush button has not been pressed.
      • [Ride On version] Fuse blown, motor malfunction.
    • The machine does not function.

      • [Battery version] Battery connector is disconnected, the batteries are flat.
      • [Ride On version] Emergency switch is activated.
      • [Cable version] The machine is not plugged into the main socket.
      • Key switch is in off position, key is missing.

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