A manufacturer of floor cleaning robots has announced the debut of its new autonomous floor scrubbing robot.

The X4 ROVR from Tennant is reportedly the first purpose-built autonomous floor cleaning robot, as well as the company’s fourth robotic scrubber.

Source: TennantSource: Tennant

According to the company, the X4 ROVR robotic scrubber is appropriate for use across numerous commercial environments — including retail, healthcare, education and multiple Building Service Contractor (BSC) applications.

Further, x4 ROVR’s computer vision technology and compact dimensions enable the robot to intelligently navigate narrow and congested spaces.

Designed to improve productivity and to free up human workers for other tasks, the X4 ROVR autonomous floor scrubber includes a dual disk scrub path, a vacuum system and technology that adapts to various hard floor environments.

Additionally, the X4 ROVR features a 10 gallon solution tank and reportedly delivers a cleaning productivity rate of roughly 20,000 ft² on a single full tank.

For more information on the XA ROVR, visit the Tennant website.

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