Hand hygiene - handy in the right place

25th of January 2023
Hand hygiene - handy in the right place

Mild soaps, hand sanitisers, industrial hand cleansers, luxurious lotions – all of these products help to keep our hands clean, healthy and germ-free. But the choice of hand hygiene product will heavily depend on the environment in question. How do manufacturers meet such a wide range of hand hygiene needs, asks ECJ?

Hand hygiene should be

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Batteries - information is power

4th of January 2023
Batteries - information is power

Cleaning machines all require high quality batteries to ensure performance and long autonomy. However cleaning is also one of the most challenging markets for manufacturers, as batteries often have to withstand to less than optimal charging conditions, deep discharging and intermediate charging. Micha Denys, export sales manager for Battery

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Fresh air - what is it?

3rd of January 2023
Fresh air - what is it?

Is it a bracing sea breeze? Is it a pleasantly-scented building? Or does it refer to an allergen-free environment? ECJ asks companies what the term “fresh air” means to them and their customers – and finds out how their products and systems freshen the air of publicly-used facilities.

Air freshening systems have become a common

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Hard floors - wear and tear versus care

29th of December 2022
Hard floors - wear and tear versus care

In what types of facilities are the hard floors most at risk of wear and tear? And where does a pristine appearance matter most? Ann Laffeaty looks at the sliding scale of wear versus care and finds out where floorcare needs to be a top priority.

The floors of some facilities are seemingly in constant use. Industrial environments and warehouses

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Running out of energy

16th of December 2022
Running out of energy

The climate emergency has made us all aware of the need to conserve energy. So, what products and systems do manufacturers offer that cut down on energy usage, asks Ann Laffeaty?

Energy costs are soaring across Europe. Gas prices have surged by around 340 per cent in the space of a year alone, and European governments are scrambling to push

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The magnificent mop

20th of October 2022
The magnificent mop

Ann Laffeaty makes the case for the traditional mop – and finds out how it fits into today’s highly mechanised world.

The internal floors of commercial and industrial premises are increasingly being cleaned by scrubber dryers. And in many cases, these machines are taking the place of the traditional mop.
But mops offer a number of

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