Aztec announced the new LowRider Spray Mist burnisher for use on vinyl composite tile (VCT) and polished concrete floors. The LowRider Spray Mist system can be used for spray cleaning with a cleaner/maintainer chemical or for concrete restoration with a concrete restorer solution.
Advantages of using the Spray Mist system with the Aztec LowRider include less chemical usage for cleaning and maintaining hard floors, longer time between VCT stripping and concrete sealing cycles, and longer hard floor life. The Spray Mist System also offers time and labor savings while removing ground in dirt, scuffs and minor scratches in performing daily and weekly maintenance.
The LowRider Spray Mist system includes a tray for a one-gallon chemical jug, a brass spray nozzle, PVC tubing, and a 12V pump with 40 PSI. The adjustable spray nozzle position allows for a variable width spray radius, reaching up to a 95-degree angle in front of the LowRider.
The LowRider burnisher, named for its low-profile 3.75 inch deck height, is available in 21 inch, 24 inch and 27 inch pad widths with additional available upgrades including dust control, auto emissions shut down, a Blue Sky certified engine, a centrifugal clutch and a kill switch lanyard. Safety specs include low oil shutdown, a safety regulator fuel system and a hand-release pad lock. The propane powered LowRider also meets US Green Building Council LEED IEQ credit 3.4 requirements and is CE, CARB, EPA & GS-42 compliant.
The Spray Mist System and the Dust Control upgrade were developed as part of Aztec’s commitment to green cleaning and to comply with the GS-42 requirements. The LowRider is powered by the EPA certified Kawasaki 603cc engine with an 18hp block.