Boot Washing Stations
Are you looking to keep those muddy boots from messing up your site cabin, vehicle or plant equipment? Then maintaining cleanliness on-site is crucial, and failure to do so can result in contamination – having an impact on both hygiene and safety. However, integrating a boot wash station will protect your workforce against falls and slips and reduce the amount of dirt that is picked up on-site and brought inside, inundating units with bacteria.
Boot wash stations bring many benefits to your facility. For starters, they use high water pressure and environmentally-friendly cleaning chemicals, so there is no scrubbing needed! They offer a convenient method for boot cleaning and effectively reduce the spread of dirt within your site at the same time.
Whether it be a single boot wash tray or a complete boot cleaning station for hundreds of people, we have the perfect solution for you, here at Stainless Steel Manufacturing & Equipment. Our boot washers are manufactured from high-quality stainless steel and designed to suit any environment – particularly the rigours of processing and production plants.
But which type of boot wash do you need?
Types of boot wash
Our boot washers are suitable for all types of footwear (shoes and boots) and can thoroughly clean both the soles and sides – ensuring employees don’t walk dirt or debris into hygienic environments.
Here we take a closer look at the boot wash stations available:
- Automatic: an automatic sole washer or full boot wash offers a convenient solution for cleaning footwear. At SSME, we can supply a fully-automatic and semi-automatic boot wash station – saving you the time, effort and mess of scrubbing them manually. Our automatic sole washer will control the dosing of water and detergent to ensure a thorough clean. All you need to do is place your foot into the washer and push the button, causing the brushes to rotate and mechanically remove debris.
- Manual: a manual boot washing station is ideal for smaller companies with fewer employees. It can take slightly longer than their automatic counterparts but is slightly cheaper – providing a more cost-effective cleaning solution. At SSME, we supply a range of manual boot washers that are extremely flexible and space-saving. They’re designed to fit in the smallest of gaps but encourage all members of staff to clean their footwear properly on entry and exit.
No matter which of our boot washing stations you choose – whether it be an automatic sole washer, manual boot washer or automatic boot washer – problems caused by muddy boots will be a thing of the past.
All our boot washers are easy to install and cost-effective. They are designed to prevent cross-contamination and survive harsh environments. If you’re spoilt for choice or would like to know more about our boot wash stations, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the SSME team today.
For assistance choosing a boot washing station, or to discuss your requirements in more detail, please call 0121 661 6346. If you’d like to place an order, feel free to drop us an email at email@example.com or complete our online enquiry form at the bottom of the page.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much do boot washers cost?
The price you’ll pay for a boot washing station is dependent on several factors, including the type of boot wash (e.g. manual or automatic) and its features and functions.
The good news is that all types of boot washers are designed to maintain cleanliness standards on-site in a cost-effective manner.
At SSME, our boot washing stations for sale are manufactured from high-quality stainless steel. They can withstand the rigours of various environments, yet they’re available to purchase for a competitive price.
Are boot washing stations easy to use
Absolutely! Our boot washers for sale here at SSME are straightforward to use.
Though the process of cleaning muddy boots can vary depending on which type of boot wash you choose, they are all self-explanatory – meaning employees can sanitise their footwear thoroughly and efficiently.
Automatic boot washers are push-button or sensor operated, so all you need to do is place one foot into the brushes and it will do the cleaning for you. With these models, rotating brushes dislodge any dirt, debris, or contamination, and the dosing of water and detergent is done automatically.
Manual boot washing stations, on the other hand, can take slightly longer to use. This is because you’ll need to use the water-fed handheld brush to manually scrub the soles, sides, and uppers of your footwear. Nonetheless, they offer a cost-effective cleaning solution for mucky boots and don’t take up too much space.
For more tips on how to use boot washers, contact us today.
are the benefits of using a boot wash
Maintaining cleanliness on-site is crucial for an array of businesses – especially as failure to do so can have a profound effect on hygiene and safety.
Boot washers ensure that your workforce cleans their footwear on entry, removing any large chunks of dirt, debris, and other contaminants. By washing their muddy boots at the door, they not only reduce contamination and the spread of bacteria in the workplace, but also eliminate the risk of slips and falls.
Our automatic boot washing stations save you the gruelling task of scrubbing your footwear by hand.
However, for smaller organisations looking for a more cost-effective solution for cleaning messy boots, our manual boot washers are ideal.
Whilst you will need to place your foot in the washer and use the handheld brush to target the soles, sides, and uppers of your footwear, some units come with up to 4 stations, meaning 4 people can wash their boots at the same time.
If you’d like to know more
about our boot washing stations for sale, or to discuss your
requirements with one of our experts, don’t hesitate to get in touch by calling
0121 661 6346.