The Impact 736 metal gear down-pressure wringer has a handle, is made of metal, and can be used with a mop bucket to wring water from a wet mop (bucket and mop sold separately). The handle can be used to wring water from the mop and into the bucket. A gear system pushes pressure pads down onto the mop to facilitate wringing and reduce splashing. The metal is electroplated to resist rust. This product measures 18-3/4 x 10-3/8 x 8 inches (H x W x D). (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.) It can accommodate mop heads weighing between 24 and 40 oz.
Combination mop bucket and wringer systems, also called combo mopping systems, consist of a bucket with a wringer (usually removable) that connects to the side or top so that water wrung out of a mop will drain into the bucket. The bucket often has casters for mobility. The wringer can be a simple strainer, used by pushing a wet mop against its walls, or it can have a mechanism operated by an arm that squeezes water out of a wet mop by forcing it against a strainer.
Impact Products manufactures cleaning, maintenance, and safety supplies. The company, founded in 1963, is headquartered in Toledo, OH.