Prochem Fibredri TM4 Carpet Cleaner CA3801

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The Prochem Fiberdri and Drymatic dry carpet cleaning system now offers the professional an in-house carpet cleaner and cost effective dry maintenance cleaning method. Designed for use on all types of carpet the machines use contra-rotating brush action to work the dry cleaning compound into the carpet pile.

The system can be used in areas during working hours as the carpet is kept dry and the unit has a very low noise level. The cleaning and compound pick-up process is automatic with the new Renovator system or can be completed by vacuuming to remove the soiled compound.

Technical specification:
Brush width DR700 & TM3 25cm/10”, TM4 40cm/16”, TM5 50cm/20”

  • Brush Motor 230v / 4a 400 rpm
  • Weight DR700 13.8 kilos, TM3 12 kilos, TM4 16 kilos, TM5 21 kilos
  • Dimensions (Base Unit) (h x l x w) DR700 16 x 37 x 29cm, TM3 23 x 30 x 24cm, TM4 23 x 45 x 24cm, TM5 23 x 54 x 24cm
  • Approx coverage DR700 & TM3 30sq.m/hr, TM4 50sq.m/hr, TM5 70sq.m/hr
    STEP 1: Vacuum the carpet thoroughly to remove any dry particulate soils etc.
    STEP 2: Now pre spot beverage, spillages such as tea, coffee etc with B122 Neutral pro spotter.
    STEP3: Next sprinkle C803 Fibredri compound by hand or applicator onto the carpet at the rate of around 1kg per 15m2.NB Prior to application to traffic lanes or other areas where the carpet is more heavily soiled, pre spray S745 Procaps or B107 Prespray Gold diluted to instructions as advised.
    STEP 4: Brush Fibredri into the carpetusing the Fibredri machine or similar equiptment. NB the compound should be brushed into carpets backwards and forwards and then at right angles to first pass.
    STEP 5: Allow the compound to dry (arounf 20-40 minutes) then vacuum the carpet thoroughly using an upright vacuum cleaner to remove soiled compound.
    STEP 6: Finally, if necessary, set the pile in one direction using a pile brush (PA3401)

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TM4 Parts Manual

Defoamer

Although the use of a recognised Defoamer product is mentioned in all the service manuals issued with new machines the End User will hardly ever read this part and therefore will not use the product.

The emphasis placed on a recognised Defoamer product cannot be stressed enough.

Use of Defoamer in the recovery tank of a machine will, in most cases prevent excess water damage to vacuum motors due to dirty water ingestion. This is caused by the fact that foam is lighter than water and will not close the vacuum shut off ball cage assembly. This, in turn will lead to the foam being ingested into the vacuum motors.

In addition to this, it is also important to your keep clean water reservoir separate from waste water and to this end we also recommend the use of different coloured buckets such as the red and white Prochem CN3503 buckets shown at the bottom of the page, the red being used solely for waste water and the white just for clean.

Any vacuum motor returned for repair or warranty claim that shows any sign of dirty water ingestion will not be replaced since the Terms & Conditions of Warranty have not been adhered to.

Directions for use of defoamer.

Add 20ml of Prochem S760 Liquid Defoamer concentrate per 10 litres of recovery tank capacity (1-500).

Dilute the required amount of concentrate in a small amount of water and feed this solution into the vacuum hose, with the machine switched on and add defoamer solution directly to the machine recovery tank.

Do not add Defoamer to the cleaning solution.

For excessive foam, increase the amount of S760 required.

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