lotus® PRO is a single solution for all your hospitality cleaning requirements - eliminating the need for multiple cleaners and toxic chemicals. Whether it be reception and front desk areas, gaming floors, hotel rooms, public washrooms, convention space, restaurants or staff areas, lotus® PRO is a powerful environmentally sustainable alternative to chemical cleaners.
The versatility of lotus® PRO is unprecedented in its ability to clean, sanitize and deodorize. Using exciting cleaning equipment and work processes, lotus® PRO increases cleaning efficiency by reducing the need for rinsing, chemical handling, mixing, storage and training.
Using the lotus® PRO technology, ordinary tap water mixed with oxygen transforms into aqueous ozone which works faster and more effectively than a chemical cleaning solution. As a natural all-purpose cleaning and sanitizing agent, the lotus® PRO works for hours, after which point it converts back into water and oxygen. The lotus® PRO system provides a proven, cost effective alternative to chemicals for all your cleaning and sanitizing needs.
Our continuous flow, lotus® PRO system is the perfect cleaning solution for many applications including mop buckets, carpet extractors, auto scrubbers or spray bottles. Our system leaves carpet fibers cleaner by not using soap, optical brighteners or de-foamers and in the end, there are no rinsing agents. In addition to no residuals being left behind on your carpet, there is no heat stress on the fibers because the lotus® PRO system does not use a heat source to clean.
The lotus® PRO laundry program isn't yet another cleaning solution for the hospitality industry. Our program is unique because all parts are designed, built, installed and serviced by just one company. When you add our specifically designed ozone friendly detergent we can guarantee cleaning performance, along with cost and energy savings.
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