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LionsBot Launches Industrial Cleaning Robot, the R12 Rex CS

LionsBot International, which manufactures professional cleaning robots with more than 1,000 robots across 30 countries, has announced the launch of its newest creation, the R12 Rex CS – a cutting-edge cleaning robot designed to tackle warehouses, factories, distribution centers, and large indoor spaces. The company said the R12 Rex CS eliminates the need for pre-sweeping and streamlining the process to keep facilities spotless.

With its advanced 3D lidar coverage of 200 meters and 3D SLAM navigation, the Rex CS can clean dynamic environments with intelligent path planning that adapts to obstacles on the fly, while picking up even the smallest debris, leaving floors immaculate, LionsBot said. The design includes a brush pressure of up to 95 kg, a cleaning width of 1,270mm, and twin cylindrical nylon-carbide coated brushes for a polished finish. The side brushes push debris inwards effectively, even from the edges of the walls, allowing the Rex CS to clean up to 100,000 square feet in a single charge.

Built in Singapore, the Rex CS has a solid powder-coated steel chassis, a stainless steel brush deck, and a robust roto-molded tank. The robot includes the ability to swap batteries for double shifts, and an optional refuel station for autonomously recharging, draining waste water, and refilling the clean water tank. “We are thrilled to launch the Rex CS, a cleaning robot that not only delivers superior cleaning results but also makes a positive impact in the world,” said Dylan Ng Terntzer, CEO of LionsBot.

The Rex CS can be controlled through a mobile app, the touchscreen, or manually and is centrally managed through LionsCloud on the web, with access to a company’s entire fleet of robots. With less than one hour of training and 15 minutes of daily maintenance, the robot can be operated with proficiency and ease, making it a convenient solution for businesses, the company added.

To learn more, visit the LionsBot website here.

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