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According to Lindhaus it has always sought to design its upright vacuum cleaners to have low power consumption.
Its electric brooms, vacuum cleaners and power nozzles - approved by IMQ - have now passed all safety, electrical and environmental compatibility tests under the new standards, which come into
force in September 2014 and in
With the aim of reducing the need for chemical cleaning on floors, Tennant developed the Orbital scrubber dryer range which it says can remove acrylic floor finish without the need for chemical strippers.
Tennant’s technology electrically converts water into a cleaning solution the company claims cleans effectively, saves money, improves
Microfibre specialist Greenspeed achieved Nordic Swan label status with its Original, Basic and Glass cloths last year. This evaluates the products’ impact on the environment throughout its life cycle, taking into account aspects including climate requirements, CO2 and other harmful gas emissions.
The company motto of mopping solutions producer Filmop is ‘love clean, be green’. Its achievements in this area include environmental certifications, Plastic Second Life certification, production of green energy and continued investment in eco-sustainable design.
New for this year is the Equodose mechanical dosing device, designed to
Giselle is a new sanitising system from De Nora NEXT which the company claims offers an environmentally safe solution. Using just salt, tap water and energy this mobile unit produces a sodium hypochlorite solution, available in two concentrations.
This solution, it says, is effective against bacteria, viruses and fungi without any harmful
Five eco!efficiency dry vacuum cleaners from Kärcher form a complete product line of resource-saving models from entry level to high end, the company says. The new machines require 750 W of power and, thanks to improved flow properties, use 40 per cent less energy than vacuum cleaners with equivalent cleaning power.
Low noise level makes