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Electrolux Abecs at ISSA/INTERCLEAN29th of June 2012
Electrolux claims its Abecs system for laundering microfibre cloths and mops will completely remove the risk of bacteria regrowing in the cloths.
The system is also said to save energy and prolong the life of cloths and mops.
Abecs works via a positive charge in the final rinse cycle when laundering mops and cloths. "Most bacteria have a negative charge, so by inputting a positive charge into the rinse cycle the bacteria are physically immobilised," said national account manager Kurt Fryer.
Once the bacteria are trapped inside the cloth the system uses a mild disinfectant to kill them. According to Fryer the system is particularly suitable for facilities management companies and healthcare institutions.
Besides eliminating the problem of bacteria growing within the microfibre, the system also has major sustainability advantages, said Fryer.
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