How long does the battery last?
The battery life on the Vacuum 50 ranges from 8 to 13 hours depending on the cleaning configuration. In the most aggressive mode, the battery life will be on the lower end and in the squeegee only mode, it will be on the upper end. Typically Vacuum 50 is good for 60,000ft² to 75,000ft² of raw floor space per charge in the standard cleaning mode.
How much training is needed to use it?
When we deploy the Vacuum 50 on site at your location, we will go over all the operational aspects of the robot with you and your staff. Generally, the interface is extremely intuitive and it only takes minutes for your staff to be fully up to par on its general use. Our staff will be on hand to answer any questions and go over all standard operating procedures of the robot. We will go over the programming aspects as well so you can edit and modify the map if there are any changes to your floorplan in the eventual future.
How much is a Vacuum 50?
Please fill out the inquiry form below to get the latest pricing on the Vacuum 50. We will match the price offered from any official distributor of the cleaning robot. The return on investment on the robots are so good, the pricing should be the least of your worries, our customers typically see our cleaning robots pay for themselves in under a year when used and deployed optimally.
What do I need to prepare at my facility?
Fill out an inquiry for a free consultation at the bottom of this page for more details. Our engineers will go over all the fundamental requirements on your facility, such as aisle width, types of walls and surfaces you have to ensure the robot will be able to freely navigate and move around uninmpeded. We recommend having a dedicated area for the robot to return to upon the completion of the task. If there are elevators involved, our engineers will need to collect all the details to see if we can have our cleaning robots interface with them. Older elevators lack any mechanism to interface with them while newer elevators with API back end support might be able to support the robots.
How many units can I deploy at a given location?
You can deploy as many robots as you'd like as long as they're all dispatched on different sections of the floor plan. Our biggest installations cover millions of square feet across complex university campuses, international airport terminals or integrated resorts. There is simply no place too big to utilize and deploy our cleaning robots. For extremely large facilities, we'll conduct on-site demonstrations to determine the number of units you need to deploy the robots with your ideal cleaning schedule.
How well do the cleaning robots perform?
We've tested all the robots that we offer and these are the models we feel most confident deploying. There's a reason we don't carry robots from other manufacturers or brands, they simply didn't pass the muster when it comes to the stability of the hardware and the software. We've tested the robots on various floor surfaces and various lighting conditions, walls and furniture, with various sensors, including various accelerometers to determine their cleaning performance, obstacle avoidance capabilities and navigational skills. Out of all the various robots, the ones listed on our site are by far the smoothest and most stable, and come with an incredible depth of accessories and cleaning supplies to handle any variety of floors you encounter.
How does the robot handle people traffic and children in the way?
The Vacuum 50 can detect obstacles from over 500 feet away with the LIDAR unit, and can see moving objects, such as people or service animals from 30 feet away. If it detects a risk of collision, it immediately slows down or changes course to avoid the obstacle. Unless you're intentionally moving towards the robot without looking in its direction, it'd be incredibly difficult for the robot to bump into you. We've had no issues with the robot running into people in the field, it could only theoretically happen if the operator didn't keep the sensors clean and unobstructed.
How can I pay to purchase a Vacuum 50?
We offer multiple payment options for you to procure the robot. You can pay in full by company check or credit card, or make installments on a lease-to-own plan with one of our third party financiers. Simply fill out the lease application to get terms for 2 year, 3 year, and up to 5 year plans. The lease-to-own option is great for businesses as it allows you to deduct the leasing costs of the equipment, and it may also qualify for IRS Section 179 deductions
as well, consult with your accountant to find out more details on the IRS Section 179 deductions.
How much money can I save with a Vacuum 50?
Our customers have saved anywhere from a few thousand a month to tens of thousands a month on labor costs by deploying Vacuum 50. The ideal floor space for Vacuum 50 is in hospitals, schools, large distribution centers, public transportation facilities and large retail locations. In California, the average cost for vacuum cleaning starts at $1200 per 10000ft² of floor space per month. Considering Vacuum 40 can vacuum around 60,000ft² per charge, it can easily save you $7200 a month on cleaning cost per shift. If you opt to run the robot two shifts a day, you can double your savings. The savings are so enormous, you'll wonder why you didn't get one earlier!