Mopping is an arduous task and one that can take its toll on the arms, backs and shoulders of the operator. A look at the latest and most ergonomic mopping systems that have been designed with operator comfort in mind.
Mopping can be one of the most fatiguing of cleaning tasks. The manual act of mopping often requires the operator to stoop,
From Crisp Clean comes a range of mopping systems designed to be flexible and modular, for use in large or small areas, easy to transport and for cleaning of walls and stairs as well as floors.
The i-Press, for example, is a compact standalone adjustable flat mop roller press for small areas. Ringo and Hytech are flat mopping presses with
Two mopping products from Rubbermaid have been designed to work in conjunction with each other to give the cleaning operator a better cleaning experience.
The Pulse 2-Sided Mop and the Flow Backpack are claimed to allow the operator to move faster and the Flow’s seven-litre reservoir eliminates the need for a bucket or trolley.
Trilogy is the new double-sided patented mopping system from TTS. It can be used to clean horizontal and vertical surfaces without the operator having to bend. The frame is combined with Tri and Tri+ double-sided microfibre mops which can be used to dust, wash and dry with a simple rotation.
Tri and Tri+ mops are available in different microfibre
Hygienteknik says its Activa Method Control computer-controlled mop impregnation system saves time, reduces costs and minimises the use of cleaning detergents.
It impregnates every mop with exactly the right amount of liquid required depending on the type of floor and how dirty it is. The spray nozzle inside the mop box moistens the mop with
IPC Euromop’s multipurpose Antares trolleys do not have any screws thanks to the patented interlocking dovetail system which enables assembly in just 60 seconds.
For optimum cleaning, hygiene and safety the company has developed trolleys, frames and plastic containers made of antibacterial plastic called HDS. This, the company says,