The Brix modular trolley system is the result of a collaboration between IPC Euromop and IPC Ready System. The basic model is said to be sufficient to handle most everyday cleaning needs, however the trolley can be expanded to create an almost infinite number of solutions - the companies claim.
The Brix Healthcare model features 20-litre drawers
Companies worldwide have been proclaiming their ‘green’ credentials over the past few years and the cleaning and hygiene sector has been no exception. But do customers actually care about ‘greenness?’ We ask companies their views.
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Brightwell Dispensers has designed its ECOrange line of chemical dosing and dilution systems to encourage operators to replace ready-made cleaning solutions with concentrates.
ECOMIX is a modular venturi system, whereby the precision proportioner is connected to mains water, creating a vacuum and diluting a pre-determined ratio of chemical into a
Filmop’s initiatives in the pursuit of green cleaning include environmental certifications, Plastic Second Life certification, production of green energy and continued investment in eco-sustainable product design.
New for last year was the Equodose mechanical dosing device, designed to soak on demand only those mops needed by the cleaning
Tennant company Orbio Technologies developed Orbio os3 as the latest innovation in OSG (On-Site Generation) technology. Through the process of water electrolysis — which combines water, electricity and a small amount of salt — the os3 system creates an on-site and on-demand cleaning and disinfecting solution.
The os3’s satellite
Microfibre cloths and mops from Greenspeed have been certified with the Nordic Swan ecolabel - a voluntary scheme that evaluates a product’s impact on the environment throughout its life cycle.
Greenspeed says it guarantees that climate requirements are taken into account and that CO2 emissions are limited where it is most