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According to Steiner the Pico S is the smallest automatic paper towel dispenser to hold a 200 mm diameter roll. The company says it is on average one-third smaller than other electronic units on the market.
The no-touch sensor system guarantees optimum hygiene while safety is ensured by the high quality blades being protected to avoid any direct
The Sanitex MVP line of soap and surface cleaner dispensers has been launched by Vectair Systems - the company says they are stylish yet cost-effective and simple to operate.
Measuring less than 10 cm in depth the dispensers – both manual and automatic – and come with a choice of disposable refill cartridges: luxury liquid or foam
Tork Elevation washroom dispensers from SCA are designed to be both convenient to refill and easy to use. All models have a dual-setting lock that allows them to be opened either with a key or push-button depending on the risk of pilferage.
Built-in spirit levels in larger Elevation dispensers make them easier to install in line with the wall,
P+L Systems Washroom says its new fragrance dispensers are designed to bring a contemporary feel to the washroom. They come in chrome or white and there is a range of fragrance delivery features.
The fully programmable LCD dispenser allows users to tailor their requirements, choosing the days and times the fragrance is required. The LED
The Modular soap dispenser from Brightwell can dose liquid, foam and spray thanks to its interchangeable pumps. With its robust white ABS cover it suits many different applications.
The standard blue window can be changed to a variety of other colours to match the washroom, and the large front cover offers the opportunity to customise the unit
Mops are arguably the most traditional tool in the cleaner’s cupboard, however they still have a vital role to play in the modern cleaning operation. Writing for ECJ, Vermop looks at how product development and the customising of mopping systems to make them more suitable for specific applications has secured their future.
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