Know-how for Professionals

From agriculture to industry to building service contractors – in regards to cleaning, each target group requires its own methods, machines and tools. Here you will get tips and examples that should help you solve your individual cleaning task.

Hygiene protects against avian flu

Avian Flu: Hygiene Protects

The avian flu caused by the influenza virus is highly contagious and means high economic losses for poultry farmers in the event of an outbreak in their own livestock. However, the disease can be prevented with strict bio-security and meticulous cleaning.

Service Station Cleaning

Service Station Cleaning

Service stations require cleaning on many fronts, including outside areas, shop floors, food areas, bathrooms, and even car washes. Deep cleaning on a regular basis provides a more attractive and inviting space for regular customers.

Cleaning in the Commercial Kitchen

Cleaning in the Commercial Kitchen

Grease and food residues must be removed in order to eliminate breeding grounds for viruses and bacteria. With the right equipment, commercial kitchens can be thoroughly and efficiently cleaned and disinfected.

Effective Facade Cleaning

Effective Facade Cleaning

Maintaining the exterior of a building helps to retain or increase its value. There are various methods to clearing dirt from facades, however, surface characteristics should be taken into account before cleaning begins.

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PDIR+™: Four essential cleaning functions

Efficient and regular cleaning is vitally important for the hotel industry. Kärcher's PDIR+™ cleaning system ensures a clean appearance for the entire building while reducing time, personnel and material costs required for daily maintenance.

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No fear of big beasts

AIDA Cruises is Germany's leading provider of sea cruises. As part of a long-term partnership with Kärcher, a detailed and well-thought-out cleaning concept has been developed to take care of everything.

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The success story of the floor scrubber

The start of floor-cleaning by machines dates back more than 100 years. The first floor polisher was developed at the start of the 20th Century to take the monotony out of tedious work.

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World of experience with a dreamlike setting

In the Hans-Peter Porsche TraumWerk model railway and toy museum, an entire armada of professional cleaning machines, which are in daily use – and operated exclusively by internal staff – make sure all exhibits are clean and highly polished.

Professional cleaning of industrial floors

Professional cleaning of industrial floors

Industrial floors require particular care and attention. Which cleaning method to use depends largely on the texture of the floor.

African Swine Flu

African swine fever

This serious viral infection affects wild and domestic pigs and can prove fatal. Uncompromising hygiene on farms is necessary for effectively protecting livestock against the virus.