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Traditionally floor polish manufacturers developed solutions that gave a corporate floor the brightest, shiniest finish – a floor with a mirror-like look. Thinking has now changed and suppliers must ask: does the customer really want shiny floors? Writing exclusively for ECJ, Matt Baines of Premiere Products explores how trends in floor
With the development of its ClaraClean 2.0 textile system, Avet claims to offer savings of up to 80 per cent in detergent over standard processes.
During washing environmentally responsible cleaning solutions are incorporated into the microfibre cloths and mops. After washing the textiles are dried and can be stored as needed, without the risk of
The stand-alone SuperC dispenser from Brightwell dilutes chemical concentrates at the point of use, and is installed and operated without any water or electricity.
Accurate dosing is guaranteed by the selectable shot size and delay function that prevents any over- or under-dosing. Chemicals are locked into the unit, eliminating any health
For periodic watering of its deep-cycle flooded batteries, Trojan has developed the HydroLink single-point watering system. This makes the process less time-consuming.
HydroLink is designed for Trojan’s 6-volt, 8-volt and 12-volt flooded batteries and, once installed, can fill a complete set of batteries in less than 30 seconds. The vent
Kärcher says its compact hot water high pressure cleaners are particularly economical and environmentally conscious on the eco!efficiency setting.
In all models the water temperature can be varied between 20°C and 155°C as required - many types of soiling are easy to remove at temperatures of around 60°C. This means the
The Green Sack range of 100 per cent recycled refuse sacks from bpi.recycled products are made from recycled polythene. All waste used in the manufacture of the sacks is sourced in Europe and recycled at the company's own European network of approved recycling sites.
The result, the company claims, is a refuse sack with a carbon footprint of up