Why is hand hygiene so important to every one of us, and how can our industry do more to spread the key messages? Rob Lowe, marketing manager for Kimberly-Clark Professional in the UK and Ireland, writes exclusively for ECJ.
It’s a tragic fact that diarrheal infections take the lives of millions of children in developing countries –
What types of customers require bespoke trolleys configured to their own precise requirements? And does a “one size fits all” approach ever work in the trolley market? Ann Laffeaty finds out.
Trolleys are essentially a fairly simple concept. Basically a bag or a box on wheels, a trolley’s main purpose is to take away any strain
The Healthcare Disinfection Suite (HDS) from IPC Euromop is a range of products made from antibacterial plastic in order to help reduce the risk of cross contamination in hospitals and other healthcare applications.
Now added to the HDS range is the Smart Disinfection System (SDS) which automates processes like instant mop impregnation.
A microfibre flat mopping dosed trolley system has been added to the SYR range. It says that Solo costs up to 70 per cent less than similar models.
The system offers different heads for different types of cleaning, including silver mops which prevent bacterial growth on them.
The built-in dosing system avoids overdosing, pollution and costs -
Alpha is a range of multipurpose modular trolleys from Filmop - each one is build to order to meet specific requirements.
A number of closed versions are also available, whereby there is a wide storage compartment in the middle and an enclosed waste collection compartment. The back and side walls are made of plastic - making them light and easy
For hygienic cleaning in areas such as hospitals and care homes Wetrok says its ConceptCar trolley featuring the Wetbox system is an alternative to the scrubber dryer.
With the Wetbox system cleaning cloths and mops are used once before being cleaned or disposed of - helping to prevent cross contamination. There is no need to carry a bucket on