All-in-one design vacuums and washes wet and dry messes in a single step.
Washes hard floors with powerful extraction for exceptional results.
Dries fast so you can flip critical spaces faster.
Just add an approved sanitizing solution and clean as directed.
The one-touch, self-clean function automatically cleans the brush roll in between messes.
The Sanitaire® HydroClean™ does it all — vacuums and washes in one step — with no spray bottles, mops, buckets or cloths. Compared to traditional hard floor cleaning methods, the HydroClean™ eliminates steps to help you get more done in less time and flip critical spaces faster. The one-touch, self-clean function also makes clean up quick and easy. SC930A
Commercial-grade performance from a seven amp, 840 watt motor producing 145 CFM.
A 50-foot cord allows for less downtime and quick, efficient cleaning.
Clean with less downtime with a large capacity 18 qt. shake out bag.
Tool-free brush roll replacement, belt replacement and metal clip bag-release system for ease of use and maintenance.
Easy to transport and comfortable to use at just 15.4 lbs.
Durable, lightweight TRADITION® upright vacuum lowers cost of ownership with a 2,000-hour motor, shake out bag and chrome brush roll with replaceable bristle strips. Increase productivity with less downtime with a large-capacity, 18-qt. shake out bag and 50-foot cord. (UL Listed) SC6
We commit and deliver an exceptional cleaning experience backed by the highest Seal of Approval the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) provides – Gold Level.
Utilizing a sealed HEPA system and washable HEPA filter on the exhaust for superior air filtration.
Clean quietly and efficiently during the day with our 70 dBA or less machines to help businesses keep energy costs down and maintain their LEED certifications.
Our premium line of QuietClean® machines provide 24/7 anytime of the day cleaning at 70 dBA or less which is equivalent to the noise level of a human conversation.
OUT OF STOCK – Available August 2021. The EON® QuietClean® upright is engineered to meet the demands of commercial cleaning. The EON® earned the CRI Gold Seal of Approval and is a sealed HEPA system that delivers an exceptional clean. This easy-to-maintain vacuum provides a low cost of ownership with no-tool assembly, no-tool brush roll change, clog and bag-full indicator lights, and a quick-change pigtail cord. SC5500
CRI Seal of ApprovalWe commit and deliver an exceptional cleaning experience backed by certification from the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI). SC530 is certified silver.
ManeuverabilityComfortable harness and lightweight design (11.5 lbs.) allows for effortless operation.
LEED Daytime QuietClean quietly and efficiently during the day with our 70 dBA or less machines to help businesses keep energy costs down and maintain their LEED certifications. SC530 is measured at 62.5 dBA.
Multi-Surface CleaningComplete any job with tools to clean hard surfaces, carpet, furniture and above-floor areas.
HEPA FilterHEPA filter captures particles for improved air quality.
Pigtail CordSmart and effective pigtail cords save you from having to repair your entire machine and to use any size extension cord
Increase productivity with the versatile TRANSPORT® backpack vacuum with a large 10-qt.-capacity bag, 50-foot pigtail cord and included tools for carpet, bare floor, upholstery, stairs and more. Clean during the day at only 63 dBA with this CRI Silver certified backpack. Cushioned harness designed with load dispersion technology for added user comfort. SC530
Large Area Deep CleaningQuickly clean large areas with 100 psi of water pressure and a 10 gallon tank.
Convenient ToolsCommercial-grade metal wand and floor tool for exceptional cleaning power.
PortabilityLarge wheels for quick transportation and storage.
Easy to OperateLarge, independent switches for vacuum or pump.
Handy FeaturesTop-loading solution tanks and front-mounted drain hose simplifies filling and emptying
The RESTORE™ carpet extractor is a commercial grade cleaner with metal wand and floor tool for the removal of stains. Easy to operate with independent switches for vacuum and pump. Large wheels for easy transport. SC
Carpet has long been a preferred flooring choice in many commercial buildings from restaurants and hotels to schools, office buildings and retail stores. It absorbs sound. It can reduce building occupants’ exposure to dust and allergens. In fact, studies by the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) have shown that carpets retain dust and allergens that would become airborne in hard-surface floor environments and pose a greater health risk.
Most commercial-grade carpet can last 10 years or longer with daily cleaning.
According to The Science of Carpet Cleaning, a study by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification, three types of soils can impact carpet longevity and appearance.
Dry particle soils can be most damaging to carpet. These heavier, gritty soils work their way into the lower third of carpet fibers near the primary backing and break down carpet fibers at their base.
Efforts to protect the investment in carpet starts at the front door, and vacuuming is the primary defense against carpet deterioration.
The study stresses the importance of minimizing the volume of soil that comes in contact with carpet. Daily maintenance of sidewalks and parking lots to limit the amount of gravel, sand and other debris that enter the building is an important step. Building maintenance managers should also invest in walk-off mats and place them immediately inside building entrances to catch and hold destructive soils. The mats should be at least eight feet long — enough for each person entering the building to take three steps with each foot to remove soil from their shoes. Mats should be vacuumed at least once a day with multiple passes and be professionally cleaned every three to four days to prevent them from overloading with abrasive soils.
Develop a floor-plan map showing the areas that receive the heaviest daily foot traffic, as well as areas that receive less traffic. The CRI publication, Carpet Maintenance for School Facilities, offers an example of how a map can prioritize cleaning practices. The heavy traffic areas should include hallways, inside elevators and near heavy-use office equipment, conference rooms, dining areas or other gathering spaces, etc. These areas should receive a minimum of two vacuum passes daily. Lighter-traffic areas should be vacuumed at least once per week.
Also, make sure to use a vacuum that has earned the CRI Gold Seal of Approval. This certifies that the vacuum captures 55 percent or more of the soil from carpet, emits less than 35 microns of particulates per cubic meter and preserves the appearance and texture of carpet. The Sanitaire EON™ QuietClean® upright is one such vacuum.
Cleaning Spills and Stains
Vacuuming is important in areas where carpet contains soluble or oily soils. Check carpeted surfaces daily for signs of spills and discoloring, and determine the likely sources. Most spills can be cleaned by hand brushing a soap and water solution through the stain and vacuuming the soap residue after it has dried.
For stains resulting from oily substances, a chemical treatment may be necessary. For small areas, a spot application may suffice. Larger areas may require a chemical mixture applied with an extractor. Sanitaire offers a spotter and extractors. Follow the equipment manufacturer’s guidelines for the use of chemicals for extraction. The Carpet and Rug Institute also offers a seal of approval program for chemicals used to remove stains from carpet. Once the soil has been removed and the carpet has dried, vacuum the carpet to remove residue as well as heavy soils that might have accumulated below the stain.
Mapping a cleaning plan and using the right equipment for the level of soil are truly the first line of defense to keeping building carpets looking fresh and clean.