Self-Washing Floor Trough – ROI

IMAGINE
Payback in just a few months… then, the savings start!
 
This Cost Savings Calculator is based on the purchase of a 12ft. Sani-Floor System $6,380
     
Slip & Fall
Accident Reduction:
  35 employees at 1 location $3.76 daily savings
         
Labor:   1 employee, .78 hours @ 10.00 per hour   $7.77 daily savings
         
Water:   gallons per day @ $2.80 per 1000 gallons (3784 L)   $.78 daily savings
         
Cleaning Supplies:   Cleaners, mops, disinfectants, squeegees,
grout cleaners, etc.
  $.51 daily savings
         
Rubber Mats:   anti-fatigue mats (5 ft. (1.52m) x 3 ft. (.91m)) @ $80.00 per mat   $.52 daily savings
         
Sewer:   gallons per day @ $2.80 per 1000 gallons (3784 L)   $.78 daily savings
         
    Total daily savings:   $14.13
         
    Estimated payback:   15.1 months
    Estimated  payback fully installed system:   18.9 months
 

LIFE CYCLE COST SAVINGS ANALYSIS

Life Cycle Cost = Annualized Total Savings per day minus total investment

$19,046.77 savings in 5 years

$44,473.55 savings in 10 years

$69,900.32 savings in 15 years

$95,327.09 savings in 20 years

 
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FORMULAS:
1. Number of employees per location X per capita slip-and-fall cost / 360 days / 3 (Leamon and Murphy – 1995 study)
(This formula shows an estimate 1/3 reduction in slip-and-fall accidents)
2. Estimated labor savings to be 20 minutes per 5 ft.(1.52m) of Sani-Floor. Savings is derived from not having to clean mats, mop floor as often, and reduced end of shift clean up. This number will vary from location to location.
3. Estimated water savings to be 120 gallons (454 L) per 5 ft. (1.52m) of Sani-Floor. Savings is derived from not having to hose off mats and less water being used in cleaning up floor. (i.e. – larger drain to flush cleaning water down and not having to mop as often) This number will vary from location to location.
4. Estimated cleaning supplies to be $1.00 per 23 ft. (7.01m) of Sani-Floor.
5. Estimated each mat is 5 ft. (1.52m) in length.
6. Same as note #3.
NOTES:
For a more detailed study on Safety Savings see Sani-Floor restaurant accident summary dated 12/20/05.  The “Estimated Payback” numbers shown here are our best estimate of the savings you should expect, but in no way are these estimates to be construed as a guarantee of savings.