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Cromwell Polythene has extended its washroom range with the introduction of a white LDPE sanitary bag for the disposal of feminine hygiene and other sanitary waste. Measuring 159 mm wide when open and 240 mm in length, the bags fit most dispensing units.
Supplied block headed in 50’s, the bags are packed 20 heads per carton of 1,000.
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New from Tennant is the IRIS Fleet Manager, a management system that provides data from cleaning machines to enable operators to take greater control of their fleets and measure results more effectively.
This, the company says, will enable managers to tackle some of the biggest challenges such as reducing costs, improving cleaning efficiency and
LooBlade is a brand new product designed to replace the traditional toilet brush, and a crowd funding campaign has been launched to fund it.
The design of LooBlade is centred on the invention of a patent-pending technology called SwipeClean, which replaces the classic brush bristles with an eight-blade silicone cleaning head that maintains a
Latest statistics show that 98 per cent of people studying to enter the cleaning and hygiene sector in Finland become employed.
Many are moving into the cleaning sector from other trades as the industry has achieved a more professional image and standing, and as there is increasing use of technology and better equipment.
Lea Vielmaa, for
Delta-Q Technologies has introduced two new IC Series battery chargers for use in electric floor care machines. The new IC900 and IC1200 industrial battery chargers are designed for high reliability in challenging conditions, says the company.
IC Series units provide the flexibility to charge either lead acid (wet/flooded, sealed AGM or gel) or