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As we all know, the main point of a cleaning trolley is to transport equipment,
Crisp Clean Services' latest trolley range is Nipper Plus, a modular system around a stainless steel base that offers enclosed secure storage, detachable enclosed units and a wide assortment of accessories.
The modular construction means it can be adapted and updated for improved efficiency and productivity.
Other trolleys in the company's
Contico Manufacturing has developed a new and expanded range of compact, lightweight, multipurpose trolleys designed to tackle emergency spillages in a wide range of environments including supermarkets, high street retail outlets and catering establishments.
The trolleys come complete with buckets and wringer and, depending on the model selected,
Reflex Systems has developed a new generation microfibre trolley incorporating EVA plastic storage products and waterproof welded. The company says Nano is designed for use with the ProS Q mopping system, which requires only small containers for its pre-impregnated microfibre cloths. This means it can be very compact in size.
Mopping systems specialist Filmop is the first Italian manufacturer of cleaning products to achieve Plastic Second Life certification from the Institute for the Promotion of Recycled Plastics (IPPR). It has achieved this certification on a number of its wet mop trolley ranges.
These models are now certified PSV mix eco, which means they are made