What to look for on your aging cleaning equipment
- Timing Belts: General wear and tear, cracks, shredding, or slack in the belt.
- Fuel Systems: Cracks, bulges or wet spots in the fuel hose.
- Brush Motors and Housing: Debris stuck in the brush or housing, cracked or corroded components.
- Squeegee Linkage: Water trails on the floor during cleaning.
For the full list of what to look for and why it’s important, download the PDF here. Don’t forget to use the checklist to review typical high-wear maintenance categories on your equipment.
The KSS Service Department works to keep your equipment up and running. We offer on site repairs, equipment training, parts, rental equipment, and written recommendations of repairs. Additionally, we offer preventative maintenance for most commercial cleaning equipment. KSS services all of lower Michigan and northern Indiana. For more information about equipment and services, fill out the contact form online or call and talk to the KSS service department today at 800.638.4191.
Download the full PDF with the 14 Point Checklist, courtesy of Tennant!