i-team solutions for hospitals

Cleaning solutions for hospitals and other healthcare organizations

Cleanliness in your buildings is crucial for the health of your staff, your patients and your visitors. Therefore, your cleaning operation needs to be highly effective. The best solution for the long haul: using mechanization to make cleaning better, faster and safer.

With our help, over 10,000 organizations in 72 countries worldwide have realized a more effective cleaning operation. Do you want to be next?

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Patient rooms: optimize your daytime cleaning

Our scrubber-dryers i-mop XL Pro and XXL Pro generate significantly less noise in silent mode. This is due to the new, brushless motor. This way, floor cleaning while patients are in their room becomes more convenient for them. Hence for you.

Public areas: combine co-botic efficiency with the human eye

For the daily cleaning of hallways, waiting areas, restaurants and other (semi-)public zones, you need to rely on your cleaning team. With a co-botic 45 on their side, you add a new colleague to the team. Whit the co-bot autonomously cleans the main paths, the human cleaners can focus on the spots and tasks that require the human eye.

Meet the co-botic 45

Take care of your cleaners

Stress-related (back) injuries are a serious risk for your cleaning team. A 2023 study on cleaner ergonomics compared the i-mop with the traditional mop and bucket. The conclusion: both the intensity and duration of stress are significantly lower when using the i-mop.

Read more about this study on cleaner ergonomics

Be able to define cleanliness

Discover the i-know kit

What defines cleanliness? In some industries, a visual inspection might be enough. In your facility, lives actually depend on how clean a room is. Not just the floor, but also all other surfaces. Our i-know kit contains ATP tests, slip meters and dirt challenges to measure cleanliness.

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