Technical differences between the 2 machines
The fact that the two machines require very different amounts of water also has a bearing on the design and shape of each floor-scrubbing machine. The tank of the R-Quartz is very small and, consequently, the entire machine is more compact compared to the other floor-scrubbing machine.
Compact dimensions also make manoeuvring easier: the machine is more agile, which speeds up cleaning operations.
Despite having a smaller base, the R-Quartz – by optimising its movements – reduces the number of treatments required.
The R-Quartz is also lighter, since it mounts a different type of batteries: whereas the Adiatek machine has lithium batteries, the other floor-scrubbing machine mounts the more traditional and heavier lead batteries.
These differences, although they do not affect water consumption directly, definitely impact the machine’s overall efficiency: the lighter a floor-scrubbing machine, the less energy is required to move it.
Another source of saving, which is instead related to water, has to do with the detergent: using less water also means using less detergent.