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ExSELLerate™ Series Dealer Training Guide Marathon 800 / 1200 At a Glance Specifications Introduction Overview Features and Benefits Key Features Ope...
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Marathon 800 / 1200 At a Glance Specifications Introduction Overview Features and Benefits Key Features Operation Tips Extraction Procedures Spotting Procedures Cleaning Tips Narrative Bid Specifications Recommended Stocking Parts List Accessory Parts List Green Cleaning

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Specifications Machine Dimensions Model Number LXWXH Net Weight Solution / Recovery Tank Vacuum Shoe Width Design Characteristics Cord Drive Mechanism

Marathon 800

Marathon 1200

98166 36 in X 20 in X 38.5 in 91 cm X 50 cm X 98 cm

98168 36 in X 20 in X 38.5 in 91 cm X 50 cm X 98 cm

100 Lbs. (45 kg)

100 Lbs. (45 kg)

8 gal. (30 liters) / 10 gal. (38 liters) 18 in (25 cm) Fixed powder-coated aluminum

12 gal. (45 liters) / 14 gal. (53 liters) 18 in (25 cm) Fixed powder-coated aluminum

50 ft. (15 m)

50 ft. (15 m)

Electrical System

Brush Propelled Corrosion-resistant, powder-coated aluminum Integrated rotationally molded polyethylene 115 V, 15 A, 60 Hz.

Brush Propelled Corrosion-resistant, powder-coated aluminum Integrated rotationally molded polyethylene 115 V, 15 A, 60 Hz.

Solution Control System

Intermittent Solution Control Button

Intermittent Solution Control Button

Solution / Recovery Tank Design

Rotationally Molded Polyethylene Bladder Design

Rotationally Molded Polyethylene Bladder Design

10 in (25 cm) Non-marking

10 in (25 cm) Non-marking

Cylindrical / Chevron bristle design self-adjusting deck

Cylindrical / Chevron bristle design self-adjusting deck

900 rpm 17 in (43 cm) Length / 3 in (8 cm) diameter

900 rpm 20 in (51 cm) Length / 3 in (8 cm) diameter

4 / Quick Change Brass

4 / Quick Change Brass

Yes

Yes

No

No

2,000 ft2 per hour (186 m2 per hour)

2,700 ft2 per hour (251 m2 per hour)

115V / 1860 RPM

115V / 1860 RPM

3 Stage, 2 Hp (1,491 W / 12.5 A) 100 psi (6 bar), Diaphragm / 1.1 GPM (4.1 LPM)

3 Stage, 2 Hp (1,491 W / 12.5 A) 100 psi (6 bar), Diaphragm / 1.1 GPM (4.1 LPM)

Frame Handle

Wheel Dimensions Cleaning System Brush Type / Width Brush RPM Cleaning Path Number / Jets Type Spotter Wand Capability Heated Water Productivity Cleaning Rate Motors Brush Motor Vacuum Motor Water Pump Warranty Parts

1 year

1 year

Labor Tanks

2 years 10 years

2 years 10 years

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Introduction Product Mission The Tornado Marathon 800 and 1200 were developed to be the leading self-contained carpet extractors in the industry. The Marathon series combines single path cleaning using cylindrical brush agitation, hot water injection and solution recovery. This superior one-piece cleaning technology is safe for a variety of fiber types and commercial carpet construction installations. Unlike all other self-contained extractors, these units utilize a patented internal bladder design system that maintains constant brush pressure on the surface regardless of the position of the water in the tank. In addition, the bladder design has allowed the "footprint" of the machine to shrink, allowing for easier transport, convenient storage and better sight lines for the operator. The self-contained Marathon series incorporates all of the functions of a two piece carpet extractor with the ease of a self-contained design to simplify training and worker performance. Many of the distinctive features of the 800 and 1200 give managers options and flexibility to use the machines for multiple cleaning applications. These machines are effective for daily spotting as well as interim and restorative cleaning applications.

Target Market Certified carpet technicians, carpet cleaning specialists, janitors, or in-house facility manager and building service contractors, they will appreciate the features of Tornado’s® Marathon 800/1200 selfcontained carpet extractors designed for interim or deep restoration cleaning. These units are perfect for the following environments: 

health care environments where elevated sanitation, noise and environmental standards must be achieved;

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schools and universities where clean environments mean improved test scores;

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retail or hotel settings where round-the-clock clean and dry floors and ailes mean signify safety and continued business success;

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and for BSCs who must deliver maximum cleaning performance and speed, while reducing the total cost of cleaning.

The Tornado Commitment Tornado Industries is a leading manufacturer of commercial cleaning solutions offering the most comprehensive and innovative line of cleaning equipment in the industry. With over 80 years of industry experience, Tornado manufactures a complete line of upright vacuums, floor machines, automatic scrubbers, sweepers, wet dry vacuums, industrial vacuums and more. Selling through a strong network of national Tornado® dealers, we are committed to supporting the profitable growth of our dealer partners by delivering innovative and durable equipment that provides high profit margins for increased business growth.

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Solution Control Button Vacuum Activation Switch Brush Activation Switch Stub Power Cord Drain Hose Vacuum Hose

7. Recovery Access 8. Solution Access 9. Top Housing 10. Bottom Housing 11. Vacuum Shoe 12. Brush Deck 13. Wheel

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Features & Benefits

Single cylindrical brush

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Patented bladder rotationally molded tank design

Easy-view solution / recover tank lids

Service-friendly

Large 10” wheels

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Clear lid permits operator to view solution and recovery levels Molded finger grip insets allow quick removal for refilling and rinsing tanks

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Hinged Marathon 800/1200 tank is opens easily for service and preventive maintenance

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Non-marking Easy transportation over thresholds and stairs

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Brush deck self-adjusts with the contour of the floor surface and carpet pile Two-level adjustment with locking position for storage

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Flexible dump hose

Fixed vacuum shoe

Green Cleaning

Maintains a consistent level of brush and vacuum head pressure for superior cleaning performance at all fluid levels Compact tank design enhances maneuverability and storage

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Self-leveling brush housing

Versatile

Brush-assisted propulsion for operator ease Chevron design frees embedded soil and lifts carpet pile to maximize cleaning performance. Brush housing is durable and contains soil and water from splashing on baseboards, and walls and other surfaces

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Marathon series can be used for spotting, interim and restorative maintenance

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Rubber dump hose is mounted to drain 100% of soiled water into a five gallon bucket, floor drain or floor mounted drain sink.

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Recovers more solution so the carpet dries faster

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Cylindrical brush agitation uses less water and chemical. Intermittent pump switch allows operator to use water only when necessary Marathon components can be recycled at the end of their life cycles Commercially rated vacuum recovers 80% of solution for fast dry times

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Key Features 1. Award Winning Design Sleek lines, convenient controls, cleaning results and other elements are part of this award-winning design. The Marathon 800 is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Architecture and Design, which is a rare, outstanding achievement and honor for a commercial cleaning product.

2. Bladder System The patented bladder design in the solution “tank”, ensures a constant level of brush and vacuum pressure on the carpet. This will allow for optimal extraction performance when the units are being operated.

3. Easy To View and Access Tanks Clear tank lids permit monitoring of solution and recovery levels. Also, molded-in finger-grips allow quick removal and replacement of covers for refilling or cleaning the tanks.

4. Self-Adjusting Brush Deck The brush deck has a two level adjustment setting, as well as a locking position for storage. This allows for self-adjusts with the contour of the floor surface and carpet pile.

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Key Features 7. Brush Agitation The unit incorporates a chevron style cylindrical brush that will loosen dirt and debris from the carpet fibers. This ensures a more complete and through cleaning operation.

5. Versatile Cleaning A traditional extraction hose and wand can be attached to the unit. This allows the operator to perform any necessary spot cleaning or reach those tight spaces normal walk-behind extractors can not fit.

6. Quick Disconnect Jets The Marathon 800 / 1200 incorporates four easy to remover, quick disconnect spray jets. This allow for quick and easy maintenance of the jets when necessary and not tools are required to remove them.

8. Service Friendly The Marathon has a unique clamshell design that tips the solution and recovery tanks backwards. By incorporating that type of design it ensures easy access to necessary machine components for maintenance.

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Operation Tips

The stub power cord facilitates storage and transportation.

Power cord is easily attached to strain relief.

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Operation Tips Bladder compartment for clean water

Tank for dirty water

Tornado’s® bladder system allows for even machine pressure no matter how full the machine is.

Solution control button. Press button to dispense solution and release button to stop solution form being released.

Vacuum Activation Switch

Brush Activation Switch

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Operation Tips

Lever that allows brush to be lowered from storage position.

Chevron Brush

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Operation Tips

Four easy-to-remove, quick-connect spray jets

Vacuum head/shoe which draws solution from carpet

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Operation Tips

Optional spotter hose and wand are simple to attach.

Optional hose and wand can be used to get into tight or otherwise unreachable areas. Optional hand tools can also be attached to the hose and wand.

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Operation Tips The easily accessible drain hose is used to empty the machine of dirty water.

Removal of two Philips head screws allows the clam shell design to open up for easy access for maintenance purposes.

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Extraction Procedures Step 1

Gather supplies and equipment.

Step 2

Post wet floor signs. Vacuum thoroughly.

Product Checklist

Vacuum cleaner Remove obstructions and furniture from the area to be cleaned.

Self-contained Marathon 800

Step 4

Fill 2-gallon pump-up sprayer with warm water. Mix traffic lane cleaner in a pump-up sprayer. Follow mixing directions.

Windshear 3000 Carpet Blow-

Step 5

Remove spots.

Step 6

Apply the pre-spray solution using pump up sprayer to a 10’ x 20’ area. Hold the nozzle of the sprayer at least 12" above the carpet pile. Allow chemical to dwell for 5-10 minutes.

Step 3

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er / Dryer

2-gallon pump-up sprayer Wet floor signs White cotton cleaning cloths Personal protective equipment (rubber gloves, eye protection)

Step 7

Fill the extractor with hot water. DO NOT exceed 150 degrees. Mix extraction solution. Follow mixing directions.

Extraction chemical Traffic lane chemical

Step 8

Plug in the machine. Operate the extractor by walking backwards and pulling while dispensing the hot water and picking it up with the vacuum head. Overlap each pass to ensure thorough cleaning.

Water-based all-purpose spotter

Tar, grease and oil spot remover

Step 9

To prevent rust and stains when replacing furniture, use aluminum foil squares.

Defoamer Aluminum foil squares

Step 10

Allow carpet to thoroughly dry before removing wet floor signs and opening to traffic.

Step 11

Place carpet blowers in clean areas to speed the drying process.

Spotting kit (optional)

Step 12

Rinse recovery tank with clean water.

2 - 5 gallon buckets

Egg timer Spotting brush

Step 13

Clean all equipment and tools. Return them to supply area.

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Spotting Procedures Test the spotting products on a scrap piece of carpet first. If no carpet scrap is available, test in an inconspicuous area. Step 1

Step 2

Allow test area to completely dry; then check for any color change before proceeding. If there is a color change, do not continue. Pretest additional products until a safe spotting agent is found or call a professional cleaning technician. Remove any dry spills with the use of a spotting brush and bone spatula to scrape up the dry residue. (This process is very efficient for mud, mustard, and ketchup.) Then dry vacuum the area.

Step 3

Blot up wet spills immediately with a white absorbent cotton cloth or a layer of white paper towels.

Step 4

The general rule is that unless you know the origin of the stain and have determined that a wet spotter is required, you should always start with a nonflammable dry cleaning solvent (solvent based spotter).

Product Checklist

Portable spotting machine Vacuum Wet floor signs White cotton cleaning cloths Personal protective equipment (rubber gloves, eye protection)

Water-based all-purpose

Step 5

Work from the outer edge of the spot toward the center to avoid enlarging the spot. DO NOT pour any dry cleaning solvent - or any other liquid cleaner - directly onto the carpet as this causes penetration into the carpet back, which can produce buckling and deterioration of the backing system.

Step 6

Pour a small amount of solvent on the white cotton toweling and then gently apply to the spot. Blot the area with a dry white cotton cloth. Work the spot by alternately moistening and blotting. When there is no longer any transfer of the spot substance to the cloth, allow the area to dry thoroughly.

Step 7

If the spot remains after using the dry cleaning solvent, then work the spot with a water-based general purpose spotter, using the same moistening and blotting procedures. Follow the same steps as you did with the dry cleaning solvent.

Step 8

When the stain has been removed, completely rinse the area with tap water to remove spotting agents. Immediately rinse & vacuum with portable spotting machine. Blot with a cotton cloth until the moisture is absorbed. Contact a certified carpet technician if spot persists.

spotter

Tar, grease and oil spot remover

Spotting brush Spotting kit Spotter chart

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Cleaning Tips CLEANING TIPS Check the condition of the carpeting. If the carpet is loose, heavily soiled, stained, spotted or badly worn, point this out to the person in charge. Locate an inconspicuous spot on the area to be cleaned. Test carpet for colorfastness before proceeding. Pour the diluted cleaning solution on the spot, cover with a white towel and place a heavy object on top to absorb the cleaning solution. Wait 5 minutes for any reaction to take place. Remove weight. If there is no color transfer, it should be safe to clean. Remove the furniture from the area to be cleaned. Large pieces can be moved to opposite end of the room from where you start cleaning and replaced when it is completed. After cleaning carpet, place a small square of aluminum foil or 6 mil poly square under the furniture legs to prevent moisture from damaging the finish or rusting the metal glides. Clean the area with a vacuum first . Heavily soiled carpet or areas of concentrated foot traffic should be treated with recommended pre-spray chemicals, using a pump-up or electric sprayer. Do not allow any spotter or pre-spray to dry on the carpet. Identify the type of carpet fiber to be cleaned. Most commercial carpet fibers in use are nylon or acrylic based. Best results in cleaning will be obtained if hot water is used to clean these types of fibers. On the other hand, hot water could shrink wool carpet. Exercise caution when cleaning natural fibers. Use cool water test for colorfastness and apply the least amount of cleaning solution possible. Plan your cleaning route. Always try to have the cord to the right of the Marathon extractor so you are working away from the cord. Operate the extractor in parallel passes. Clean the perimeter last. Turn “off” spray switch in turns to conserve cleaning solution. To decrease dry time, go over the carpet without pressing carpet spray switch. To further decrease the drying time, use the Windshear 3000 Carpet Blower. When running the extractor, do not overfill the recovery tank. Do not allow the water level to rise above the standpipe intake filter inside the recovery tank. 

If the spray jets become clogged, remove the individual spray tips and soak them in a mild acid or anti-browning chemical to dissolve normal alkaline chemical buildup.

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When the extractor runs out of cleaning solution, noted by streaking or incomplete cleaning, turn off the machine and drain the recovery tank.

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Refill as needed and continue cleaning.

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Narrative Bid Specifications Specified Unit

Summary

Tornado Marathon 800 Carpet Extractor, Model: 98166 The specified unit shall be a 8 gallon, 110-volt corded electric machine. The bladder tank design will be constructed of seamless, rotational-molded polyethylene. The frame is assembled using light weight welded stainless steel that is powder coated to avoid corrosion. The machine should have a low-profile design feature to increase operator visibility when cleaning. The fixed vacuum is powder coated aluminum bored with a single slot opening to increase airflow, assist water recovery and maximize carpet dry time. The tank is hinged for easy access to motors, hose clamps, electrical connectors, hoses and other components for periodic preventative maintenance cycles and easy repair. Motor mounts are rubberized to absorb vibration and increase motor life. The integrated handle is molded into the tank to avoid moving parts and handle breakage. The fixed handle allows the operator to increase pressure to the vacuum head to remove excessive water and embedded soil when performing restorative maintenance. The two position brush housing is free floating to accommodate uneven floor surfaces and different carpet pile. The v-belt is enclosed in a separate chamber to isolate moving parts from debris and moisture. Stainless steel ball bearings are sealed and lubricated with water-resistant silicone for longer life and quiet operation. The warranty shall be as follows: 2 years parts, 1 year labor and 10 years on tanks.

Handle Design

Brush Design

The handle is integrated into the mold of the tank for single-piece, durable construction. The brushes shall be 17” in length and 3” in diameter PVC cylinder with nylon staple set bristles. Staples are stainless steel to reduce corrosion and increase bristle strength. The chevron bristles cylinder will rotate away from the solution vacuum shoe at 900 rpm. The reverse rotation will assist the operator to propel the machine when cleaning.

Solution Tank

The solution tank shall be seamless, rotationally-molded polyethylene with a bladder design for even weight distribution, consistent vacuum shoe pressure, superior cleaning performance and operator comfort. Dump hose is 2” diameter rubber hose for 100% drainage of the dirty solution tank.

Pump

The pump shall be a 110 volt, 100 psi diaphragm piston pump.

Machine Construction

The machine shall be constructed of the following material Tank: One piece polyethylene Frame: Corrosion-resistant power-coated stainless steel Control Panel: ABS impact-resistant plastic

Safety Features

Electrical components are grounded, insulated and contained in a separate compartment away from soil and moisture.

Wheels

Non-marking 10” wheels are secured with welded axles for easy maneuverability and quiet transportation.

Brush Motor

The brush motor shall be 110 volt with a built-in overload protection.

Belts and Gears

The belts will be toothed and approximately 1” in width. The gears will be constructed of hardened steel.

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Narrative Bid Specifications Specified Unit

Summary

Tornado Marathon 1200 Carpet Extractor, Model: 98168 The specified unit shall be a 12 gallon, 110-volt corded electric machine. The bladder tank design will be constructed of seamless, rotational-molded polyethylene. The frame is assembled using light weight welded stainless steel that is powder coated to avoid corrosion. The machine should have a low-profile design feature to increase operator visibility when cleaning. The fixed vacuum is powder coated aluminum bored with a single slot opening to increase airflow, assist water recovery and maximize carpet dry time. The tank is hinged for easy access to motors, hose clamps, electrical connectors, hoses and other components for periodic preventative maintenance cycles and easy repair. Motor mounts are rubberized to absorb vibration and increase motor life. The integrated handle is molded into the tank to avoid moving parts and handle breakage. The fixed handle allows the operator to increase pressure to the vacuum head to remove excessive water and embedded soil when performing restorative maintenance. The two position brush housing is free floating to accommodate uneven floor surfaces and different carpet pile. The v-belt is enclosed in a separate chamber to isolate moving parts from debris and moisture. Stainless steel ball bearings are sealed and lubricated with water-resistant silicone for longer life and quiet operation. The warranty shall be as follows: 2 years parts, 1 year labor and 10 years on tanks.

Handle Design

Brush Design

The handle is integrated into the mold of the tank for single-piece, durable construction. The brushes shall be 17” in length and 3” in diameter PVC cylinder with nylon staple set bristles. Staples are stainless steel to reduce corrosion and increase bristle strength. The chevron bristles cylinder will rotate away from the solution vacuum shoe at 900 rpm. The reverse rotation will assist the operator to propel the machine when cleaning.

Solution Tank

The solution tank shall be seamless, rotationally-molded polyethylene with a bladder design for even weight distribution, consistent vacuum shoe pressure, superior cleaning performance and operator comfort. Dump hose is 2” diameter rubber hose for 100% drainage of the dirty solution tank.

Pump

The pump shall be a 110 volt, 100 psi diaphragm piston pump.

Machine Construction

The machine shall be constructed of the following material Tank: One piece polyethylene Frame: Corrosion-resistant power-coated stainless steel Control Panel: ABS impact-resistant plastic

Safety Features

Electrical components are grounded, insulated and contained in a separate compartment away from soil and moisture.

Wheels

Non-marking 10” wheels are secured with welded axles for easy maneuverability and quiet transportation.

Brush Motor

The brush motor shall be 110 volt with a built-in overload protection.

Belts and Gears

The belts will be toothed and approximately 1” in width. The gears will be constructed of hardened steel.

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Recommended Stocking Parts List

Part Number

Description

Qty

02661

Wheel 10”

2

16091

Clamp, hose (screw) 1-1/4”-2”

1

90521

Siphon Hose (1-1/2”x23-1/2” Lg)

1

19097

Filter-Vac Motor Intake

1

19119

Gasket-Vac Motor

1

PX103

Access Cover-Tank

2

X9139

Spray Nozzle 1/8” (V-Jet)

4

19159

Brush Roller 17”

1

19233

Belt-Timing 150x3/8

1

32178

Inline Strainer 3/8” NPT

1

32203

Kit-Pump w/fittings

1

19118

Vac Motor

1

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Accessories Parts List

Part Number

Description

Qty

98340

3.5” Standard Utility Hand Tool

1

98342

18” Crevice Detailer Extraction Tool

1

98343

4” Upholstery Hand Tool

1

98344

6” Utility / Stair Tool

1

98397

12” Drag Wand

1

95567

20’ Vac / Pressure Hose for Optional Tools

1

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Tornado’s Commitment to

Environmental Sustainability Tornado Industries, Inc. is committed to creating a clean, safe and healthy workplace environment through the use of innovative cleaning technology developed to minimize the impact of cleaning on indoor and outdoor environments. At Tornado, we care deeply about our planet and realize the cleaning industry is in a position to make positive and profound contributions to the environment, ensuring that our children and our children’s children inherit a sustainable and healthy planet. That’s why we carefully design our machines to deliver not only the latest innovation, but also green features to enhance indoor air quality (IAQ), use less water and chemicals, create less noise, and produce less moisture. Tornado embraces the following ecological and corporate values through green and healthy practices: 1. Water conservation: Our products, such as our carpet extractors, deliver adjustable solution control for safe, healthy and fast-drying floors that eliminate mold and mildew. Our cylindrical brush floor machines use 30% less water. The design of cylindrical brush machines minimizes splashing and over spray by containing water within the machine housing. Cylindrical brush machines have six times the contact pressure of a conventional rotary brush machine, which not only helps reduce water usage, but also improves worker productivity and reduces labor costs. 2. Less chemicals: Due to recent green legislation and the development of new cleaning standards, all of our cylindrical brush machines and carpet extractors are designed to use less chemicals as well as provide increased rotations per minute (RPMs). The adjustable head pressure helps to minimize the need for powerful and potentially harmful chemicals. Our carpet extractors have enhanced vacuum systems that limit the possibility of mold and mildew from developing and speed carpet-drying time. The result? Areas cleaned are ready for use faster and are safer for building occupants. 3. IAQ Enhancement: Vacuum cleaners including uprights, backpacks and canisters can release dust and debris into the air if they are not designed with advanced infiltration systems. That’s why Tornado has developed a comprehensive product family of high-filtration vacuums with true HEPA filtration to minimize dust and exhaust from escaping the vacuum. All of our carpet care cleaning equipment has been Carpet & Rug Institute (CRI) and Tandus Industries tested and approved for green cleaning. What’s more, many of our UHS Ultra High Speed machines have passive vacuum systems to trap contaminants before they become airborne. 4. Reusable and Recyclable: Our machines are designed with durable polypropylene tanks, housings and other components that are recyclable after the machine is no longer in use. All Tornado machines proudly display the recyclable logo. Our long lasting, deep cycle, rechargeable batteries increase run time and minimize down time and time spent on battery maintenance. Our cylindrical brush technology creates less environmental waste by utilizing one cylindrical pad to every 100 rotary brush pads, increases the productivity of your maintenance staff with less time spent on pad maintenance and replacement. 5. U.S. Green Building Council Member: We support standards and the criteria established by certification bodies such as the U.S. Green Building Council, The Carpet and Rug Institute’s (CRI) Green Label Certification program, the Green Seal GS-37 standards, and more.

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