New from Vivelle is the dry disposable antibacterial dust mop Ultimop. This, the company says, can reduce bacteria levels by over 99.99 per cent. And bacteria such as MRSA and E.coli cannot survive once picked up in the mop fibres.
The antibacterial action lasts throughout the life of the mop, which makes it suitable for use in hygiene-critical
Unger says its SmartColor MicroMops reduce bacteria by up to 96 per cent and reach into the grout lines between tiles. These microfibre mops are colour-coded, and depending on how much water needs to be applied to the floor or how much dirt has to be picked up, there are three fibre lengths for wet, medium wet and damp cleaning.
The mops are
TTS has introduced a new range of double-sided mops that can be mixed and matched to allow cleaners to combine two applications in one pass.
The company’s TRI+ system of mops can be configured for washing and drying or washing and dusting. They can also be used on safety floors or on regular floors depending on the operator’s
Hygienteknik says its new Activa Flexi Move adjustable mop frame reaches further than other models, making it easy for operators to clean under low furniture without having to bend.
Available in several sizes, the frame is said to be simple to reset and adjust, with no other accessories required.
The company also offers a dry/damp and wet mop
New from Ermop is the Gecko mop holder which the company says has a durable and flexible structure. Manufactured in a chemical-resistant plastic, the entire unit is moulded at once, making it less likely that germs and dirt will accumulate.
For colour-coding there are four versions - red, blue, green and yellow. A number of spare parts are also
VDM’s DMX-pre/Compact line of multipurpose trolleys has been designed to allow different types of mop impregnation to be carried out.
Impregnation can take place directly on the trolley using the company’s patented Techno-Shower dispenser. This is said to eliminate the need for operators to carry out manual tasks such as wringing out