The Viper DR1500H is an ultra high speed burnisher, designed to cover large areas with less maintenance costs.
It is used for long-lasting shine to hard floors or for polishing and maintaining floors in medium-duty applications.
The burnisher is robust, reliable and service friendly. The ergonomic design makes it easy to spray clean hard floors in a good working position for the operator.
Large wheels and bumpers bring reliability and robustness to the machine
Adjustable folding handle for easy storage
Input Volts 240
Cleaning Width mm 510
Brush/Pad Diameter mm 510
Rated Power Watts 1200
Brush/Pad Speed rpm 1500
Cable Length m 15
Net weight kg 39
Machine Dimensions LxWxH mm 838x533x1206
VF52219 Pad Holder Kit
VF99024D Burnisher Pad Holder
Folding handle for space saving storage or easy transportation in a vehicle
Ergonomic height adjustment of handle, safety switch and easy to use function lever
Large wheels for good maneuverability and easy switch and easy to use function lever
What is the purpose of a floor burnisher?
One of the most notable benefits is that they keep floors clean and shiny, without making them slippery. A floor burnisher is like a buffer that is meant to handle large areas. They leave behind a high shine finish because of the speed at which the buffing pads rotate.
What is the difference between buffing and burnishing a floor?
Burnishing. While floor buffing may refer to both the polishing and residual cleaning of floors, burnishing refers only to polishing the floors at a higher speed to produce maximum shine. … Burnishing is often done after buffing in order to achieve that wet-look shine.
What is the difference between burnishing and polishing?
In general, both burnishing and polishing result in a smooth shine. However, while the two are often used interchangeably, burnishing often refers to a mechanical process, using a mechanical burnisher. Polishing is a more general term and can refer to polishing by hand or by machine.