The Jan-Tex provides our customers with the highest quality floor machine reapair and support to keep their floor cleaning and scrubber machines running at peak performance.
We are an Authorized Warranty Repair Shop for most major brand.
We do onsite, in shop or any emergency repairs for most janitorial and cleaning equipment.
We are authorized dealers for most major brand. We sell and us only quality parts.
Jan-Tex offers a variety of Preventative Maintenance options designed to meet our customer needs. With a Preventative Maintenance program, our technician can perform regular machine maintenance as often as necessary repairs are needed at the customer’s convenience. The type and frequency of maintenance will vary depending on the cleaning environment and how heavily the floor care equipment is used. A variety of Planned Maintenance programs are available to provide the appropriate level of service for our customers. Jan-Tex recommends preventative maintenance to keep machines running at peak performance and to extend their useful lifE.
• Minimize or Eliminate down Time
• Prevent Major Failures before they Develop
• Inspect & Service at Your Facility or Ours
• Monthly, Bi-monthly & Quarterly Inspections of your choice
Call us to discuss your custom preventative maintenance program, designed specifically for our customers
Keep this handy for your routine scrubber maintenance.
Proper operation of floor cleaning equipment is the single most important factor that can increase the life of the machine. In addition to operating the equipment, floor scrubber operators should also know how to prepare the machine for use and how to perform some general floor care equipment maintenance on the scrubber. These are important steps that will help maximize the industrial floor cleaner performance while saving time and money by reducing equipment downtime.
When making a purchasing decision for an automatic floor scrubber, take ergonomic design details into consideration it can help ensure operators are able to effectively clean. It is also a good idea to have as few employees assigned to floor scrubber operator duties as possible. This will help ensure consistency of operation and reduce the risk that the machine will be mishandled.
To gain the greatest return on investment on your cleaning equipment, we recommend proper training of floor scrubber operators. This step should not be overlooked as it will save your floor care equipment maintenance budget in the long run.
• To begin the floor care equipment maintenance, remove Debris Prior to Scrubbing. If operating a cylindrical floor scrubber, this step can usually be avoided. Being able to skip pre-sweeping is one of the time saving benefits of using a cylindrical machine. When utilizing the force of a disc configured floor scrubber, it is important to first remove excess debris from the area being scrubbed. This will reduce unwanted stress on the machine’s vacuum system and avoid added wear on the scrub pads. It can also cut down on the time it takes to scrub the floors.
• When filling the solution tank, add the detergent after you fill the tank with water in order to cut down on excess foam. Be sure to follow the manufacturer recommended ratios when using cleaning chemicals.
• Operators should scrub in straight, parallel lines with a slight overlap to help ensure that no spots are missed. Starting the scrub path opposite the exit door can save time by allowing the operator to leave without having to go back over previously scrubbed floors.
• After using the machine, empty and then rinse the recovery tank. Rotate scrubber brushes on a weekly basis.
• Operators should return the machine to storage in a dry area. If using a battery-operated floor scrubber, charge the battery after use. It is also important to take care of your scrubber battery. Periodically add distilled water to your batteries to maintain proper fluid levels.
• Operators should use protective gear as needed. Comfortable, non-slip footwear is suitable. If the machine operates above 85 dB, it is recommended to wear ear protection. Gloves may be used if handling harsh chemicals or pre-treatments, though they are not necessary during normal operation.