Liberty SC50 is a floor-cleaning robot developed by Nilfisk (Denmark) for the cleaning & hygiene and smart building industries.
Liberty SC50 is intended for indoor use.
|Industry||Cleaning & Hygiene and Smart Building|
|Weight||484 kg (1067.9lb)|
|Noise||63 dBA / .029344 uPa|
|Op Notes||Cleaning efficiency (max): 1936 m²/hr|
Carnegie Robotics modified and enhanced NilFisk's Liberty SC50 autonomous scrubbers to be deployed as AI-guided robot cleaners at Pittsburgh International Airport.
With the disinfection modifications by Carnegie Robotics, the robot cleaners first scrub the floor surface with 88 pounds per square inch of water pressure and apply chemical disinfectant to the surface for a deeper clean. As a third step, the scrubber passes over and disinfects the cleaned surface with UV-C irradiation fixture at the back.
Nilfisk Liberty SC50 being deployed as an autonomous floor scrubber at London Heathrow Airport.
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