The Rubbermaid 7577-88 WaveBrake down press combo high-performance mopping system has a 35-quart bucket with molded-in wave baffles to reduce splashing, graduated marks for measuring contents, and a down press wringer, tested to exceed 100,000 wringing cycles, that includes a tubular steel arm with a contoured handle for better grip. The bucket and wringer are made from structural web-molded plastic for better strength-to-weight ratio than standard injection-molded plastic. Yellow cleaning equipment is recognized in the industry as color-coded for use in low-risk restroom areas such as sinks and mirrors as part of a zone isolation system to help minimize cross-contamination. This mopping system is suitable for commercial and industrial applications, and can help earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits. The bucket rolls on four non-marking casters for mobility, and has a metal wire handle to facilitate lifting and emptying. With the wringer connected to the bucket, the system measures 36.5 x 15.7 x 20.1 inches/92.7 x 39.9 x 51.1 cm (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.)
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.
Rubbermaid manufactures cleaning, organizing, and material handling products for commercial, medical, and industrial applications. The company, founded in 1933, is headquartered in Huntersville, NC.