During the show the Dutch company Greenspeed was awarded a Nordic Ecolabel licence for its microfibre cloths.
To achieve this, the cloths have been manufactured without the addition of any chemicals, they have a production process that uses minimal quantities of water, high dust and direct reduction, and they are not abrasive on surfaces.
Tersano demonstrated its Lotus Pro aqueous ozone cleaning technology in Europe for the first time.
This chemical-free system is said to clean and kill germs before turning back into water and oxygen.
According to Tersano, initial problems with the technology meant the solution would lose its sanitising power within a matter of minutes. However the
Non-woven, colour-coded, microfibre, through-air dried - why are there so many different types of wiper on the market? And do customers really understand the difference between them - or do they simply want something to clean up the mess? ECJ finds out.
Choosing an industrial wiper used to be a simple process. In the old days it was traditional
In today's challenging economic environment, innovation in dilution and chemical dispensing technology is more important than ever, believes Hydro Systems' managing director Andrew McQuillan. He writes exclusively for ECJ.
The mop and bucket may still be with us, but there's no doubt that in today's commercial and industrial cleaning sector, the
Breazy is a semi-disposable cloth suitable for food preparation areas - whether it's for wiping up spillages or removing dirt from counter areas. Manufactured by Vileda Professional it uses patented Novolon technology to offer maximum absorption and pick-up. In fact the company says it can pick up 40 per cent more particles than a conventional
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