Home › magazine › product features › Hill Brush's DRS system prevents accumulation
Hill Brush's DRS system prevents accumulation28th of June 2012
Hill Brush Company's resin-set brushware under the Salmon Hygiene Technology brand boasts a significant improvement in brush filament retention called Dual Retention System (DRS).
This means each tuft is anchored into the brush back with food grade stainless steel staples and then epoxy resin is floated in to seal the face of the brush. This prevents the accumulation of dirt and moisture in the tuft holes, along with the release of tuft fibres into the food or beverage environment.
There is an option to enhance the resin with a silver-based additive to create further microbial and bacterial resistance.
The range also includes 'overmoulded’ squeegees - which do not absorb moisture like conventional designs - and hanging systems. These are said to promote workplace organisation and facilitate easy cleaning by stowing tools when not in use.
Tel: +44 1747 860494. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org