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Brightwell Dispensers has introduced a range of new accessories for its BrightLogic dishwash and laundry dosing equipment. The modular BrightLogic system is designed for everything from small dishwash and laundry operations to large industrial sites.
For dishwasher dosing applications the BrightLogic range now includes two new conductivity
The Insect-O-Cutor Aura is claimed to be a stylish, contemporary and discreet flykiller designed for front-of-house applications like restaurants, bars and hotels.
The circular design of the Aura allows light to attract flying insects from a full 360° around the unit - attracted by the patented Synergetic green light - while the design of the
Sweeper and scrubber manufacturer RCM has developed what it claims to be a 100 per cent biodegradable plastic brush using FIBio technology - the Bio Brush. The majority of existing cleaning machine brushes are made from synthetic, non-biodegradable materials.
The brush supports - disk or roller - do not biodegrade, however they can be
New drive-wheel units for use on sweeping machines and scrubber dryers have been developed by CIMA1915. Made in stainless steel, models are available with low tension AC motors and there is also a flameproof version.
The company also makes electric motors and will launch new brush motor/reducers, designed to optimise consumption, space and noise
For operators wanting to upgrade to truckmount cleaning without trading up to a larger van, Prochem Europe has launched the Compact 370SS, which it claims delivers maximum performance in half the space needed by traditional models.
The carpet and upholstery cleaning system uses heat exchange technology to simplify operation and maintenance and
According to Vectair Systems its new Blast is an ultra quick automatic hand dryer that can dry hands in just 10 seconds. The company says it also completely dries hands by evaporating residual moisture.
The unit has been built with environmental considerations in mind as well - it is claimed to use one-sixth of the energy used by conventional