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CRB Cleaning TM5 20” Cleaning Machine | Low Moisture/Dry Carpet and Hard Floor

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Original price $2,799.00
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Original price $2,799.00
Current price $2,099.00
$2,099.00 - $2,099.00
Current price $2,099.00

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The TM5-C is a Counter Rotating Brush machine designed to provide low-moisture carpet cleaning for residential and commercial settings. The TM5-C is 20 inches wide, making it perfect for use on larger homes, showrooms, open areas, and commercial jobs. 

The TM5-C can be used as part of encapsulation cleaning. The counter rotating motion of the TM5-C lifts carpet pile and allows for your cleaning solution to be worked deep into the carpet fibers. This results in a deep clean that is fast-drying, thorough, and complete.

The TM5-C comes standard with blue brushes which are perfect for most residential and commercial applications. Other Brushes to consider include:

Benefits for Your Business

  • Enhanced Cleaning: A CRB Machine provides a deep clean and requires less time than using a traditional extractor.
  • Prevention of Re-Soiling: Encapsulation leaves behind a residue that repels dirt and keeps carpets cleaner for longer.
  • Gentler Cleaning: Encapsulation uses low-moisture and dry cleaning techniques, which are gentler on carpets and less likely to result in mold, mildew, and shrinkage.
  • Reduced Drying Time: Encapsulation cleaning dries faster than traditional methods, minimizing time spent per the job.
  • Expanded Service Offerings: Adding encapsulation cleaning attracts new customers and increases revenue opportunities.
  • Enhanced Customer Satisfaction: Customers prefer the deeper clean, faster drying, and prevention of re-soiling with encapsulation cleaning.
  • Environmental Benefits: Encapsulation cleaning typically requires less water and chemical usage compared to traditional methods.

CRB TM5 20" Specifications

Type: Low Moisture/Dry Carpet and Hard Floor CRB Cleaning Machine

Suitable For: Larger homes, showrooms, open areas, commercial jobs

*Our CRB machines come with one pair (2) of standard blue brushes, 2 recovery trays, 2 dust covers and 1 complete transport trolley*

Technical Specifications:

  • Weight: 61.62 lb
  • Height: 42.52 inches
  • Width: 20 inches
  • Motor: 750 W - 110 V/220V
  • Brush Rotation: 380 rpm
  • Horse Power: 1HP
  • Cleaning Capacity: Up to 10,000 Sq. ft / hr

Warranty: 1 Year Warranty on Machine & 2 Year Warranty on Motor

CRB Machine User Manual

How to Use Your CRB Machine

STEP 1: Preparation

  • Before cleaning, remove furniture and obstacles for full access to high traffic areas.
  • Use protective measures to safeguard walls, baseboards, and other surfaces from potential splashes or overspray.
  • Vacuum the carpet to eliminate loose dirt, dust, pet hair, and other debris from the surface and carpet fibers. 
  • Pre-Vacuuming allows for the encapsulation solution to better target the deep embedded soil and tough stains in a carpet without interference from surface contaminants.
Carpet Cleaning Preparation
Carpet Cleaning Encapsulation

STEP 2: Encapsulation

  • Once the carpet has been prepped by vacuuming, apply the encapsulation solution with a pump-up sprayer.
  • Distribute the solution evenly so that it can be absorbed into the carpet pile.
  • For tough stains, it may be necessary to pretreat the area with a specialized stain remover before encapsulating.

STEP 3: Agitation with CRB Machine

  • Once the encapsulation solution has been applied, use your CRB machine to agitate the solution.
  • Agitation allows for the encapsulation solution to penetrate the carpet fibers, allowing for it to work on deeply held dirt and soil.
  • The mechanical action of the CRB machine also helps to lift and rejuvenates the carpet pile, resulting in a cleaner and fresher appearance.
Carpet Cleaning Agitation
Carpet Cleaning Drying

STEP 4: Drying

  • After the encapsulation solution has been agitated into the carpet fibers, it begins to dry.
  • During the drying process, the encapsulation agents in the solution form crystals or polymers around the soil particles, helping to separate the soil from the carpet fibers.
  • This encapsulation process helps prevent the soil from reattaching to the carpet fibers and keeps it suspended for easy removal during the subsequent vacuuming step.
  • Using fans and dryers can help speed up the drying process.

STEP 5: Vacuuming

  • Once the encapsulation solution has dried, it will have formed crystals around the soil particles. 
  • A thorough vacuuming removes the encapsulated soil particles from the carpet, leaving behind a clean and refreshed surface.
  • The vacuuming process should be done using a high-quality vacuum cleaner equipped with appropriate attachments for carpet cleaning.
  • Some encapsulation solution is naturally left behind in the carpet carpet fibers, making the carpet more soil resistant in the future. 
Carpet Cleaning Post Vacuuming
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This has been a huge help to keep things clean in our facility