Our patented Renovator attachments are stainless steels catch trays that mount to the front and rear of the machine. When utilized, they provide the CRB machine with the ability to “brush out” soil and particulates from the carpet fibers.
When we introduced this concept, it completely redefined what a CRB machine was capable of doing. These catch trays perform two very important functions within the cleaning process- dry soil removal and dry compound removal. Use of these trays on a CRB machine will enable the user to extract particulates from the carpet fibers at a rate far superior to a vacuum. Since pre vacuuming a carpet is the most neglected chore of any establishment, unaddressed dry soil can build up over time and can account to almost 75-80% of the overall soil load in carpet. The most common components of dry soil are very abrasive particulates, which are the real culprits in damage to traffic lanes. This soil component causes carpets to “ugly out” before the actual lifespan of the carpet has been realized. Since dry soil is extracted from the carpet before chemistry application has occurred, much better results are attained at the completion of the overall cleaning process as well as an extension of the carpets useful life.
We also have a special version of this tray with a vacuum port built in. It enables the user to attach a backpack vacuum to the machine to provide negative airflow through the brush and Renovator chambers rendering the machine totally dust free. Simply attach the vacuum hose to the rear Renovator and the vacuum power cable to the power port located on the rear of the machine and you are in business.
How It Works
Dry Soil Removal
75-80% of the overall soil load will be removed prior to the actual cleaning.
Remove Dirty Compound