Recently Kärcher has significantly expanded its line of manual cleaning tools, including trolley systems. Colour coding is incorporated as standard and the company has placed great emphasis on ergonomics and user-friendly operation.
Space is always a prime consideration when it comes to trolleys and SYR says its NU range folds down to the same footprint as a mop bucket.
Space Saver trolleys boast a footprint of 51 x 57 cm, which also makes them light and
easy to manoeuvre, as well as being half the cost of a comparable trolley.
Despite their small size, however, they can
Dosely is a mechanical cleaning solution dispenser designed to soak one mop at a time while it is on the trolley. Designed by TTS, the dosing system is secure in that detergent goes into a removable hermetic tank which can be locked into the trolley using a key. The operative also has the flexibility to adjust the amount of cleaning solution
Splast’s TSK line of trolleys is available as a single or double bucket system, complete with wringer. They can be configured individually with mobile baskets, extra buckets or waste collection bag with lid.
PIKO, meanwhile, is a small trolley designed for small area cleaning. Splast developed a new wringer to facilitate the use of the Klik
IPC Euromop and IPC Ready System have joined forces to develop the Brix modular trolley 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.
Cleaners can configure their very own personal trolley by
Specialising in trolley systems for use with pre-impregnated microfibre is Rekola. It says that on a well-organised trolley only around 20 per cent of the space is needed for basic cleaning functions.
Another 30 per cent is used for waste management, which the company says leaves space to organise other logistics process that have the same