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Free pouring chemical, often referred to as ‘glug glug’, from a concentrate to create a ready-to-use solution is not an unusual practice. However, it does pose several challenges in addition to the obvious safety issues.
These challenges include the financial impact of using too much chemical, poor cleaning results from using
Cleaning and hygiene should never be compromised in a food preparation area. But it can be hard to maintain scrupulous standards in a kitchen where staff are habitually rushed off their feet. We ask companies what systems they offer that combine high hygiene levels with speed and efficiency for optimum food preparation cleaning.
Speed is of the
HiFlo Control Complete is a simple on/off switch from Unger that allows operators to instantly control the flow of water when cleaning with water fed poles. The unit is attached to the base section of a pole for easy access and water flow adjustment with one motion.
To use, fit the HiFlo Control onto a pole using the nLite Clips or universal
Floor squeegee specialist Moerman recently launched its Proclean window cleaning range, which encompasses window squeegees, window washers, telescopic handles, buckets, tools holders, scrapers and dusters.
Squeegees feature the company’s natural Duraflex rubber, said to offer ‘finger dry’ wiping results.
Intermop specialises in the production of window cleaning equipment and places a great deal of emphasis on its squeegee rubber.
The company says there should be aggregation and air pockets on the surface of a quality squeegee rubber, and that the hot mould method is the best way to produce high quality squeegee rubbers. This is how Intermop
Wiper manufacturers obviously make more money the more products they sell. But ethical companies are developing systems all the time that prevent waste and limit the quantity of disposables that people use and throw away. We ask wiper manufacturers about their latest wiping systems that reduce both waste and over-consumption.