i-mop vs normal mopping ATP test results
Compared with regular mopping systems, cleaning a floor with the I-mop offers some significant technical advantages that theoretically should result in a cleaner floor with lower levels of dirt and bacteria. Let’s review some of these features of the I-mop;
- 350rpm brushes – substantially more mechanical action to remove soil compared with mop movements
- Fresh cleaning solution is continually being applied as the machine moves forward.
- All dirty solution is vacuumed up rather than being spread around the floor the way a regular mop does.
But how do these technical differences translate to real measurable cleanliness results? Does it actually make any difference and give you a cleaner floor?
We wanted to put the science to the test and measure the difference in the ATP test results between regular mopping and mopping with the I-mop!
What we found in this video is some quite remarkable statistics;
- Cleaning the floor with the I-mop reduced the ATP readings by 99.4% vs a reduction of 78.5% in the area cleaned with regular mopping
- “After” test results prove the section of floor cleaned with the I-mop had an ATP reading over 75 times lower than the area cleaned with regular mopping.