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What is the biggest advantage of chemical dispensing systems – is it cost? Safety? Or do the sustainability benefits outweigh other considerations? Manufacturers give their views to Ann Laffeaty.
Automated dispensing systems are catching on fast these days. Chemicals for cleaning need to be diluted to specific concentrations to be fully
In the context of an increasing demand for green and sustainable cleaning products, wipes are proving no exception. ECJ's Menaha Thiru spoke to three leading manufacturers to look at some of the ways in which they are developing and fostering environmentally friendly wipes.
Pal International produces impregnated hygiene wipes for the food
As part of our special report on mopping equipment, ECJ offers an overview of what's available in terms of products.
NanoTech micro is a wiping cloth from Vileda Professional that has nano particles of silver embedded in its microfibre.
As silver is an antibacterial agent, this means NanoTech micro kills bacteria in
In every building on any day of the week cleaners use commercial vacuuming equipment. Many of these units are dry vacuums fitted with special filtration to control dust emissions from the vacuum exhaust which, we all know, is essential to prevent exposure of the cleaners, building workers and visitors to the hazards of fine particulates in the
ECJ looks back at the Amsterdam show with a round-up of the new products launched there.
Converts tap water
Making its debut was the Activeion Ionator EXP from Activeion, which converts tap water into ionised water for chemical-free cleaning.
The hand-held unit, which is slightly larger than a conventional trigger-spray bottle, is designed to
With the advent of water-fed poles, is there still a need for traditional window cleaning methods such as detergents, ladders and cradles? Will these die out, or will there always be some applications where they are essential? Ann Laffeaty finds out.
It is becoming increasingly hard for window cleaners to justify going about their business in the