Electronics Warehouse Cleaning

This case history about Mitsubishi Electric Power Products comes courtesy of NilfisK-Advance, Inc. It has been selected and edited by the MHM editorial staff for clarity, content and style.

WARRENDALE, PA – Mitsubishi Electric Power Products manufactures high-voltage circuit breakers for the utility industry at its facilities in Warrendale, PA, about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh. Prior to shipping products to utility customers, the parts for these circuit breakers are stored in a new 40,000- square-foot warehouse facility about four miles from the manufacturing site.

Overview
Location: Mitsubishi Electric Power Products, Warrendale, PA

Application: Daily use of Advance Adgressor™ rider scrubber for cleaning 40,000-square-foot warehouse containing sensitive electronics.

Product: Advance Adgressor 3220 C

Purpose: To control dust, dirt and sand from constant forklift traffic; prevent product contamination; keep floors clean and attractive for visitors.

Primary Choice Factors: Higher productivity than previous walk-behind scrubber; superior cleaning performance; ease of operation and maintenance; low water/detergent usage; good value.

Case Highlights
Find out how the Adgressor rider scrubber has boosted cleaning productivity in the large Mitsubishi warehouse – in addition to winning the praise of its operator. Here are the highlights contained in this case study:

  • Cutting cleaning time
  • Product trial was key
  • Keeping it clean for customers
  • Easy on the environment

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Mitsubishi Electric Power Products Keeps Clean With Advance Adgressor™ Scrubber
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