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A round-up of latest product launches in the professional cleaning sector.
New from Wetrok are three mechanical vacuum sweepers - Speedmatic Twister, Tornado and Zyklon - all boasting easy operation and affordable price.
The walk-behind Twister is a walk-behind machine with a 780 mm working width and onboard battery charger. The
FFast Mop is the new line of disposable mops being launched in September by Flash - suitable for all kinds of water-resistant floors.
The non-woven mops have three layers. The bottom layer is a perforated non-woven to give optimum cleaning and humidity regulation. The middle layer boasts high absorption capacity, while the top layer is for
Winner of the Pulire Innovation Award at the Italian exhibition last month was the GreenTube from IPC, a system designed to bring pure water cleaning technology to new markets.
IPC set out to design a compact, light, practical and inexpensive unit that would not be limited to window cleaning applications. Current systems, the company says, are
Cleanfix has developed a new generation of scrubber dryers featuring an integrated charger and with the option of adding the Cleanfix Advanced Dosing System (CADS). This, the company claims, can result in chemical savings of up to 50 per cent.
There are three models in the range. Designed for medium-sized level floor areas, the RA 505 IBC is
New from Rubbermaid Commercial Products (RCP) is the HYGEN Clean Water System, a mopping system with integrated water filter that cleans water as the operator works, as well as cleaning the mop head using built-in agitation blades.
The system consists of a filter bucket and wringer, with eight accompanying microfibre mops. Designed to promote
New air compression technology is being used by Kimberly-Clark Professional (KCP) to fit up to 18 per cent more paper hand towels into each case. Air is removed from finished paper towel products to enable more to be placed into a sleeve or onto a roll. In turn, this means more sleeves or rolls can be put in a case – resulting in