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Sebo Disco Black 9433AM
Sebo Disco Black 9433AM. Made in Germany, the commercial-grade DISCO Suction Polisher makes hard floors shine like new, and it is truly a revolution in hard-floor care! This innovative Ultra-High-Speed (UHS) polisher has a five-year warranty and works with a patented disc drive that instantaneously adjusts the floor pad to the optimum height setting, along with providing automatic shut off for disc obstructions or suction blockages. The DISCO head attaches to the SEBO FELIX upright vacuum; therefore, it has a suction capability that simultaneously removes the fine dust created during the polishing process. This polisher is lightweight, easy to operate, and very low cost compared to alternative polishing machines.
With a rotation of 2,000 RPMs and a special coating on the floor pads, the DISCO restores high-gloss shine to many types of hard floors without the use of water, chemicals or polishing sands. The new pad technology achieves its results by using four different floor pads, each of which is designed to accomplish distinctly different tasks. The pads are color-coded to assure proper selection. In addition, they are highly abrasion resistant and have a life expectancy of over 100,000 square feet. Typically, maintaining the shine of hard floors is difficult, due to the following problems: •Small and medium-size furnished hard-floor areas do not easily accommodate typical polishers. •Big, heavy, hard-floor polishing machines are difficult to use, require trained staff and are expensive. •Regular maintenance of hard floors is costly and time consuming. •Typical hard-floor polishers have limited flexibility and mobility. •Most hard-floor polishers cannot reach small areas. •Correct use of floor-care chemicals and polishing sands is difficult and requires sophisticated knowledge.
The DISCO Suction Polisher is the solution to all of these problems!
PLEASE NOTE: The suitability of all floor surfaces should first be determined by consulting the manufacturer recommendations, and then by testing the DISCO and its four pads in an inconspicuous spot. If floor damage occurs, immediately discontinue use.
A Quick and Easy Pad- change Mechanism
Automatic Torque- controlled Height Adjustment of the Floor Pad
Automatic Safety Shut Off Caused by Disc Obstructions or Suction Blockages
Bumpers to Protect Walls, Furniture and the Polisher
Three Rubber- coated Wheels to Protect Floor Surfaces
Lightweight, Low-cost, Commercial-grade Machine
Agile and Easy to Use, Due to a Highly Maneuverable Swivel Neck and High-quality Castors
A Convenient Machine Width of 13 inches and a Polishing Path of 11 ¾ inches.
The Complete Modular System Includes a Vacuum Cleaner and a Hard-floor Polisher
Immediate Retention of Polishing Dust by the Suction unit
Reinforced Drive Disc that Provides Optimal Floor Contact and a Speed of 2,000 RPM
FLOOR SUITABILITY TYPES
The DISCO is usually suitable for the following types of floors: •PVC (coated or uncoated vinyl or vinyl composite tiles). •Natural stone, such as granite, marble or terrazzo. •Acrylic or polyurethane-coated floors. •Hardwood with oil or varnish finishes. •Hardwood or other floors with softcoated finishes, like wax (use the blue floor pad only).
The DISCO is NOT suitable for the following types of floors: •Any floor on which a shiny finish is not desired. •Glazed, ceramic and porcelain tiles, or porous tiles such as terracotta or slate. •Cushioned vinyl, linoleum, laminate, and any floor types that are poorly bonded to the sub-floor. •All floors with textured or uneven surfaces or tiles with raised edges. •Floors with maintenance-free coatings, floors in which acceptability of the polisher is uncertain, or when polisher use is contrary to manufacturer recommendations.
We are located between Fred Meyer and Hwy 213 facing Beavercreek road.
Directions: 205-Exit 10-Hwy 213-Right (West) on Beavercreek Road, left on Fir, left at the 2nd driveway, straight back, then left to our front parking lot. Second to the last space down.