Mercury Ultra High Speed Electric Floor Buffers ( Burnishers )

MERCURY 19" & 21"  Ultra High Speed Electric Buffers ( Burnisher ) Both Machines will work With 20" Pads also.

Electric floor burnisher, 1500 rpm floor buffer machine
 

Safety enhanced, non-conductive dual triggers / eliminates shock potential
1.5 HP, D/C rectified motor / eliminates brown-outs, low voltage and startup torque problems
Fully adjustable handle position / comfortable for all operators
Non-marking, retractable 6 wheels / for easy transport
Motor plugs in at handle base / for easy maintenance
Non-marking super-thick bumpers / protects walls and baseboards
UL 7C29 listed for reliable quality
2000 RPM model has adjustable front wheel assembly for consistent results even with novice operators
Low profile drive apron / easily reaches under counter coves
Balanced chassis design / provides more precise pad pressure
Flexible pad holder with threaded pad-centering device / conforms to floor irregularities
All metal chassis

SPECIFICATIONS

Machine Speed 1500 RPM 2000 RPM 1500 RPM 2000 RPM
19"/21" Mode. DC-19-1500 DC-19-2000 DC-21-1500 DC-21-2000
Weight 84 lbs. 86 lbs. 85 lbs. 87 lbs.
Motor Type 1.5 HP D/C rectified
Amp Draw 13-15 amps
Chassis Polished Aluminum
Power Cord 50 foot (15 M) Safety Yellow 14/3 Ga
Wheels 6 non-marking
Warranty 5 years motor
19" machines uses 19" or 20" pads
19" MERCURY FLOOR BURNISHER 1500 RPM   $869.00
21" MERCURY FLOOR BURNISHER 1500 RPM   $899.00
19" MERCURY FLOOR BURNISHER 2000 RPM   $979.00

21" MERCURY FLOOR BURNISHER 2000 RPM   $984.00

 

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About Floor Care

ABOUT COMMERCIAL FLOOR CARE

YOU SPENT A LOT OF MONEY GETTING YOUR FLOOR "WAXED" AND KNOW YOU NEED TO MAINTAIN IT OR IT WILL START LOOKING LIKE YOU NEVER DID ANYTHING TO IT. "WAXED" IS THE WRONG WORD SINCE VERY SELDOM DO WE USE WAX ON COMMERCIAL TILE FLOORS ANYMORE. WE USE A POLYMER COATING THAT WE CALL "FLOOR FINISH".


FLOOR FINISH CLEANING: ALWAYS SWEEP OR DUST MOP THE FLOOR BEFORE CLEANING. ALWAYS USE A NEUTRAL CLEANER TO CLEAN FLOOR FINISH. IF IT DOESN'T SAY NEUTRAL THAN IT ISN'T. DON'T USE MR CLEAN, SIMPLE GREEN, TOP JOB, SPIC AND SPAN AND OTHERS UNLESS THEY SAY NEUTRAL ON THE BOX. A NON-NEUTRAL CLEANER MAY DULL AND EVEN STRIP THE FLOOR FINISH FROM THE FLOOR. YOU NEED A MOP BUCKET WITH RINGER, A MOP HANDLE AND MOP HEAD. IF YOU HAPPEN TO USE THE MOP BUCKET FOR STRIPPING YOU MUST THOROUGHLY CLEAN THE BUCKET OF ALL STRIPPER RESIDUE. DO NOT USE A MOP THAT WAS USED FOR STRIPPING TO CLEAN A FLOOR. IF YOU HAVE A LARGE AREA SUCH AS A SUPERMARKET TO CLEAN YOU SHOULD USE A AUTO SCRUBBER WHICH WILL MAKE YOUR CLEANING A LOT EASIER.

BUFFING & RESTORING: ALWAYS CLEAN THE FLOOR BEFORE BUFFING OR BURNISHING THE FLOOR. SPRAY BUFFING CONSISTS OF A SPRAY BUFF CHEMICAL, A FLOOR BUFFER OF 175 RPM OR 300 RPM AND A FLOOR PAD MADE FOR BUFFING. TO SPRAY BUFF YOUR LIGHTLY MIST THE SPRAY BUFF IN FRONT OF THE BUFFER AND YOU BUFF THAT AREA UNTIL THE SPRAY BUFF IS WORKED INTO THE FLOOR AND A SHINE APPEARS. MOP ON RESTORING USES A SIMILAR CHEMICAL TO THE BUFFING CHEMICAL BUT IT IS APPLIED BY MIXING THE SOLUTION IN A BUCKET WITH WATER AND MOPPING THE SOLUTION ONTO THE FLOOR. YOU LET THE FLOOR DRY AND USE A HIGH SPEED BURNISHER OF 1500 RPM OR MORE WITH A BURNISHING PAD TO SHINE THE FLOOR. THEIR ARE ALSO PASTES THAT CAN BE USED WITH BURNISHERS THAT YOU PLACE A RIBBON OF THE CHEMICALS IN FRONT OF A BURNISHER AND WALK THE BURNISHER UP AND DOWN THE AREA THAT NEEDS TO BE SHINED.


STRIPPING:  IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT AFTER YOU STRIP THE FLOOR YOU MUST RINSE THE FLOOR NUMEROUS TIMES WITH A FLOOR NEUTRALIZER TO ASSURE THAT RESIDUE FROM THE STRIPPER IS GONE.  TO STRIP IT IS BEST TO PURCHASE A GOOD QUALITY STRIPPER.  A GOOD QUALITY STRIPPER OR RELIQUIFIER WILL  SAVE YOU TIME AND BACK ACHES.  STRIPPERS, EVEN THE BEST TEND ONLY STRIP ABOUT 4 COATS OF FINISH PER STRIPPING.  IF YOU HAVE MORE THAN 4 COATS OF FINISH ON A FLOOR OR VERY THICK COATS THAT YOU NEED TO STRIP YOU WILL HAVE TO STRIP MULTIPLE TIMES.   IF YOU USE A BUCKET THAT YOU NORMALLY USE TO CLEAN WITH YOU WILL NEED TO RINSE THAT BUCKET OUT VERY VERY GOOD BEFORE YOU USE THAT BUCKET AGAIN.   PREPARE THE FLOOR BY SWEEPING IT.  MOVE ALL FURNITURE OFF THE FLOOR.  MIX YOUR STRIPPER PER DIRECTIONS ON THE CHEMICAL AND ALSO READ THE DIRECTIONS ON THE CHEMICAL.  MOP ON THE STRIPPER AND ALLOW TO SIT FOR AT LEAST FIVE MINUTES.  USE A FLOOR BUFFER WITH A STRIPPING PAD AND SCRUB THE FLOOR.  DO NOT ALLOW THE STRIPPER TO DRY.  DO PORTIONS OF THE FLOOR AT A TIME.  THE EASIEST WAY TO PICK UP THE STRIPPER IS WITH A WET DRY VACUUM.  YOU COULD MOP UP THE STRIPPER BUT IT WILL TAKE LONGER.  FOR CORNERS AND BASEBOARDS USE A AEROSOL FLOOR STRIPPER AND DOODLE STRIPPING PADS.  AFTER YOU HAVE STRIPPED THE FLOOR DO NOT USE THAT MOP FOR ANYTHING ELSE OTHER THAN STRIPPING FLOORS.  NEUTRALIZE THE FLOOR BY RINSING THE FLOOR A FEW TIMES WITH CLEAN WATER IN A CLEAN BUCKET WITH CLEAN MOPS. 

APPLYING FLOOR FINISH:  THEIR ARE MANY DIFFERENT WAYS TO APPLY FINISH.  MOPS, LAMBS WOOL APPLICATORS AND SPONGE MOPS ARE THE MOST COMMONLY USED APPLICATIONS MOPS BEING THE PREFERRED METHOD.  WHEN USING A MOP YOU WANT TO USE A FINISH MOP OR RAYON MOP BECAUSE THESE MOPS TEND NOT TO LINT.  THEIR IS NOTHING WORSE THAN GETTING THROUGH A JOB AND SEEING LINT RUNNING THROUGH THE FINISH.  YOU WANT TO PUT THE FINISH IN A MOP BUCKET.  LINE THE BUCKET WITH A TRASH LINER AS NOT TO CONTAMINATE THE FINISH AND MAKE CLEAN UP EASIER.  DO NOT USE A USED MOP TO APPLY FINISH.  MOP ON FLOOR FINISH IN THIN COATS STARTING FROM THE FARTHEST AREA.  SEALER GENERALLY ISN'T NEEDED WITH NEWER FORMULATED FINISHES.  APPLY 4 TO 5 THIN COATS ALLOWING 20 TO 30 MINUTES BETWEEN COATS.  AFTER THE FIRST COAT YOU CAN BURNISH THE FLOOR FINISH WHICH WILL CUT OFF MICROSCOPIC PEAKS IN THE FIRST COAT OF FINISH BUT THIS IS NOT NECESSARY.  IF YOU APPLIED THE STRIPPED THE FLOOR AND APPLIED THE FINISH CORRECTLY THE FLOOR SHOULD DRY TO A DEEP GLOSS UNLESS THE FINISH YOU USED HAS A SATIN FINISH.