Reflex Systems specialises in mopping and trolley systems. Its latest development is the ProS Q with TPR squeegee blade, a patent pending mounting function for different types of cloths. This means one tool can be used for wiping, squeegeeing and mopping.
The company aims to develop systems that save costs and resources such as chemicals, water
Two new products from Rubbermaid have been designed to work in conjunction with each other to give the cleaning operator a better cleaning experience.
The Pulse 2-Sided Mop and the Flow Backpack are claimed to allow the operator to move faster and the Flow's seven-litre reservoir eliminates the need for a bucket or trolley.
The Flow Backpack has
The new Trilogy mopping tool can dust, wash an dry both horizontal and vertical surfaces and because it has two flat sides it can be used front and back. This reduces the number of mops needed and saves on laundering costs.
Developed by TTS Trilogy is also said to allow ergonomic cleaning for operators - they do not have to bend at all thanks to
The new Taski JM Ultra range of ultra microfibre mops from Diversey are guaranteed for 800 washes. They are manufactured using a more open structure and the construction of the fibres ensures each mop has double the surface area compared with previous models. The inclusion of more polyester fibres increases their durability.
Lucart claims to offer a closed loop system with its range of tissue products made from recycled drinks cartons.
The company has made major investments into machinery to produce its Eco Natural Lucart range, which incorporates both toilet paper and hand towels.
“An average beverage container is comprised of around 75 per cent pulp while
The Washroom Information Service (WIS) from CWS collects data from the company's cotton towel dispenser such as dispenser identification, filling level status or the need for maintenance. This data is sent by a radio module in the dispenser via a gateway and the mobile phone network to a CWS server.
It is then processed into real-time information