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About Clarke Floor Scrubbers
Clarke floor scrubbers are used to clean up larger debris items on the roads. They are self-powered or electric and can be mounted onto a truck or onto an independent chassis (the engine powers either the chassis (self-propelled) or belts (belt drives) of one sort or another).
Replacement parts are necessary for the Clarke Scrubber. Due to the construction of these advanced floor scrubbers, certain components wear down more quickly than others. Clarke parts should always be purchased from an authorized dealer or retailer of Clarke products.
Clarke manufactures many models of professional scrubbers, including the Advance Clarke p150, Advance Clarke e180, and Advance Clarke c220i, which are all popular among commercial cleaning companies.
Maintenance Tips for Clarke Floor Scrubber
Here are some basic tips for keeping your Clarke floor scrubber in top condition.
Use a foam pre-filter to prevent the trash from clogging the floor scrubber intake.
Keep your brush head clean. Silt buildup can give poor catch performance.
Wash the brush heads once every other day, but don't use pressure washers on any part number of the drive system.
Regularly check and maintain the intake filter for proper operation and prevent excess wear on the brush bar.
Often, more maintenance can be done by simply checking your screens for damaged or foreign objects. Clean them as needed.
If you find that your sieve is damaged and requires replacement, don't hesitate to contact your local distributor for assistance.
Clarke Floor Scrubber Main Parts
In Clarke floor scrubbers, many different parts and pieces make them up. Each of these parts has a specific function and helps create the whole machine. The main components or parts may include:
Body or Housing
The first part we will focus on is the body. This large, main part number of the Clarke floor scrubber houses all other parts. It is made from durable materials and can withstand a lot of abuse.
The next focus part is the broom or Clarke Viper. Clarke Viper does all the actual sweeping and picks up all the dirt, debris, and leaves. Clarke Viper can be replaced when it becomes worn out or damaged.
The Clarke floor scrubber also has a squeegee that helps push all dirt and debris toward the broom, just like a Clarke Viper. This ensures that the area is clean and free of any waste.
Finally, we have the engine. This powers the Clarke floor scrubber and allows it to move around. It runs on gasoline and is very reliable.
Advance Clarke floor scrubber parts are essential for keeping indoor and outdoor surfaces clean. However, like any other machine, they can experience common problems. Some of them are:
One of the most common Clarke floor scrubber problems is a broken belt. If the advanced Clarke scrubber belt is broken, the brushes will not rotate, and the Clarke floor scrubber will be unable to move. To fix this problem, you will need to replace the belt.
Another common Clarke scrubber problem is a clogged filter. If the Clarke scrubber filter is clogged, it will be unable to remove dirt and debris from the surface being cleaned effectively. To fix this problem, you will need to clean or replace the filter to fix this problem.
Inflated Wheels or Slipped Belt
If the advanced Clarke scrubber is not moving forward, a few possible causes exist. One possibility is that the wheels are not properly inflated. Another possibility is that the drive belt is slipping. You will need to inflate the wheels and replace the drive belt to fix this problem.
Finally, if the advanced Clarke scrubber is not picking up debris, there are some possible causes. One possibility is that the brushes are not rotating. Another possibility is that the suction hose is clogged. You will focus on cleaning or replacing the brushes and suction hoses to fix this problem. By familiarizing yourself with the most common Clarke floor scrubber problems and solutions, you can keep your Clarke scrubber running smoothly for years to come.
How Do You Clean With a Commercial Clarke Floor Scrubber?
The following steps are used to clean a commercial Clarke floor scrubber:
Before you can start cleaning your Clarke scrubber, you need to ensure no obstructions in its path. You do this by parking the Clarke scrubber next to an obstruction like a waste receptacle or tree box and checking to ensure they are clear. Once everything is good to go, park your Clarke floor scrubber perpendicular to the scrubber's path. This way, you will have enough focus room between the floor scrubber and whatever it is moving forward to on its path.
Please turn off your Clarke floor scrubber before you start cleaning it. This way, there won't be any suction power left over in the machine that might prevent you from getting inside it later. Some Clarke scrubber models have a lock button that needs to be pressed for three seconds before completely turning all of their functions off. Once everything is turned off, use a screwdriver or wrench to unlock the sweeter's front panel.
Once the Clarke floor scrubber's front panel has been unlocked, pull firmly upward on the scrubber's viper to remove it. This Clarke scrubber equipment has a sweeping cloth attached to the machine, so the panel should pop off easily. Do this step gently if you have an older version of the sweeter model, as they sometimes require more force than newer models do to take off.
Next, using a screwdriver or wrench, you need to unplug your Clarke floor scrubber equipment from its electrical outlet. Once you've done that, detach all of the connectors plugged into any part number of your sweeter's electric system by hand. There will be two connectors on most commercial Clarke floor scrubbers: one for the brush and one for the hose.
Once everything is disconnected, you can start taking apart the Clarke floor scrubber. Please start with the brush deck and detach it from your sweeter's body by using a screwdriver or wrench to unscrew each bolt holding it into place. At this point, you should be able to take off your Clarke scrubber's brush deck for easy cleaning.
Once the brush deck is removed, you must remove all your Clarke scrubber's brushes. Depending on how much dirt gets caught up in them, this step might happen before the last one; if so, skip to the next section, where we discuss cleaning brushes. If not, continue reading to learn how to take the scrubber out.
Four screws hold your scrubber up, so undo those and remove them and your scrubber drive belt. Once you've done that, lift on the brushes, and they will easily come out of the machine. Please ensure you put aside any parts that fall off so you can reassemble everything before reusing it.
Once all your brushes have been taken care of, it is time to clean them off. Depending on which method works best for cleaning your scrubber, you'll need either a bucket or sink for this part. If you're using a sink, put some warm water in it and soak your brushes for five minutes. After that time is up, use your hand to brush all of the dirt stains away from your Clarke floor scrubber equipment, so there are no particles left on them at all. Once you've done this step, set the clean brushes aside to dry off for at least one hour before reattaching them back into their original position on your machine.
If you would rather dunk your brushes into a bucket instead, follow the same procedure of soaking the bristles for 5 minutes and then brushing them clean. Once you've done that, lay your Clarke floor scrubber flat on a countertop and use a cloth to dry it off as much as possible.
You'll first want to put your Clarke floor scrubber into its front panel. You don't have to attach the other parts back onto it just yet, but if you have any additional parts from other areas of your machine, those should be cleaned before being reattached. To do this step, slide the part number back into the appropriate place on the machine's body and screw or bolt it back in securely so there is no risk of it falling out or being loose.
You should now have a scrubber free of dirt stains to plug back into the electric outlet to see if it still works properly. Once your scrubber works as expected, put all the other pieces back onto the body of your machine, and then wipe down any areas on your scrubber that got dirty during this process to remove any excess moisture.
The final step in cleaning a commercial scrubber is to take all parts off again, dunk them in water, and let them dry before putting them back together for future use.
Why Should I Buy These Clarke Parts?
LPW has the highest quality replacement parts for Clarke Floor Scrubber. These parts are one of the more popular products. They are efficient. Clarke parts should be replaced regularly so that the machine remains in good working order and does not break down unexpectedly during use, leading to potential accidents and injuries.
Clarke Scrubbers will Only Contain the Highest Quality Replacement Parts!
Clarke scrubbers' warranty will be voided if scrubbers are used with low-grade Clarke replacement parts. Clarke manufactures many models of professional scrubbers, including Clarke's p150. The Clarke p150 scrubber replacement parts kit will be able to provide Clarke's p150 with Clarke's high-quality scrubber replacement bolt, washers, screws, locknuts, etc.