EnerSys & SMC Group: Partners for a Long Battery Life
The combination of these companies will further the technology of cleaning equipment by providing a maintenance-free power solution designed to save time spent on labour-intensive tasks, remove battery cleaning and eliminate the risk of damaging acid spills on floors or carpets.
EnerSys, the global leader in stored energy solutions for industrial applications, manufactures and distributes energy system solutions to customers world wide. Their expertise range from speciality batteries, energy systems and power equipment which are utilised from aerospace to defence systems across the globe.
“Reliable, cost-effective and convenient power for cleaning equipment has never been more vital as facilities prepare to reopen amid COVID-19,” said Edward Pogue, Sales Manager, NexSys Products Americas at EnerSys. “ batteries are uniquely engineered to withstand repeated daily use while providing premium, long-lasting performance and simplified maintenance.”
This seemingly perfect fusion may in-fact pave the way for other technologies to optimise cleaning technology across the world. Companies such as Fetch Robotics are already doing the same, with their cleaning bots that can work autonomously around humans while being controlled by the cloud.
Sanitary Maintenance Consultants have over four decades of janitorial and sanitation experience, connect an extensive distributor and end-user base with innovative manufacturers and their products across all of Texas and Oklahoma, utilising in-person and digital training for distributor and sales personnel, alongside interactive product demonstrations.
“The NexSys® PURE battery is a premium product that provides reliable power with minimal maintenance – a solution that is invaluable to our customers throughout the cleaning industry,” said William Struck, President, Sanitary Maintenance Consultants, Inc. “We look forward to working with EnerSys and adding NexSys® PURE batteries to our offering.”
It seems the automation of cleanliness is getting an upgrade, and it’s safe to say that in a world still reeling from COVID, we need these little cleaner bots more than ever.
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