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carriable cleaning robot for vertical operations

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Cleaning high rises and smaller buildings glass facades:

Fall risk exposure

According to IRATA, human fall injuries happen twice a week. Statistics show that number of workers is growing constantly leading to an increased risk of human fall.

Low productivity

Despite glass facade look industrial, maintenance operations are very slow because of difficult access, non continuous process, limited facade access means and manual tasks. Moreover workers often have to do multiple tasks, like inspection which reduces their average productivity.

Competition lowering margin

Due to reduced barrier to entry, a lot of competitors share the market. This leads to high competition and then to low margin. Seasonability and weather conditions make cleaning operations even more hard to manage.

Complex Setup

Ground security areas often goes close to the road. Gardens and water often prevent ground access. BMUs on roofs require qualified people with special abilities not hold by operators. Some building don’t even have any access equipment on roof: they must be installed and removed after operations. Set up of these equipement may be complex due to regulations and security reasons.

Our Solution:

A cleaning co-worker, operating from the roof, offering a continuous cleaning process and providing safety and efficiency.

What is it?

It’s a Clean-Kong!

Carriable glass facades cleaning robot for high rises and smaller buildings


Some efficiency facts about Clean-Kong

How is it setup?

The robot is hung by its umbilical cable from the hoist seated onto the roof. This special hoist controls the speed of the robot whilst the robot takes care of the cleaning and window crossing. Thanks to extra low water consumption, the robot carries it’s clean pure water into its tank and store the wasted water into a second dedicated tank.

The operator can either control it from roof or from the ground through a remote controller

Robot moves from top to bottom and then gets back to top. When a row is finished, operator moves the robot to the next row.

How does it work?

Hoist provides power to the robot through holding umbilical and osmosis water when docked on roof. Osmosis water is sprayed on windows while rotating brushes clean them. Succers press brushes against facades while robot is moving. Robot communicates with hoist to control its descent.

About Erylon

Emmanuel ROBERT

Emmanuel ROBERT

Emmanuel ROBERT


Managing Director

Erylon is a start-up founded in 2015 by CEO Emmanuel ROBERT. It is located in south France, near Marseille city. It is sponsored by  Pays d’Aix Developpement, BPI, Airbus group, Pays d’Aix Initiative, Crédit Agricole and Banque Populaire Méditerannée.

Erylon is always seeking for talented people. We believe that in the world there are absolutely awesome people who have the imagination and skills to create extraordinary things. Above offering exciting and chanllenging jobs, Erylon offers flexibility, equity, financial and non financial rewards. If you share these values, we would be glad you would join the team: apply to us!

Erylon wants to develop worldwide wherever safety and productivity concerns are. Erylon is seeking for abroad partners willing to distribute its products. If you are interested, please contact us.

Contact Us

 Avenue Louis Philibert, Domaine du Petit Arbois BP 60042
13545 Aix-en-Provence Cedex 4, France

+33 6 50 81 55 21

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