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VoleoPro: The New Versatile, Compact

Cleaning Trolley Vileda Professional has launched its new VoleoPro cleaning trolley, designed to be a compact workstation for use with a range of Vileda’s cleaning systems.

Karen Barker, Marketing Manager at Vileda Professional, commented: “This is the latest generation of our Voleo trolley family, which is now even more compact with a footprint of only 0.5m², making it ideal for sites that require a cleaning trolley where space is tight. Every inch of the trolley has been cleverly utilised to ensure no space goes to waste.”

What makes the VoleoPro trolley really stand out are three design patents: its unique V-shaped pillar structure making it slimline and robust, the multifunctional bridge for extra storage, and the foldaway bin

Cat Pumps Introduce The 700 Series

Cat Pumps has announced enhancements to one of its 345bar high pressure pumps, used extensively for pressure testing, heavy-duty pressure washing and in industrial processes.

With the introduction of the new Model 700, the existing Model 70 pump has been upgraded to include a new pump head with a

lid with cleaning plan holder, which neatly tucks away within the footprint of the trolley. The entire trolley can be assembled quickly and simply in under fi ve minutes, without the need for any tools or fi xings.

VoleoPro also provides a price competitive solution, which caters for all cleaning needs and budgets, with a choice of two VoleoPro chassis and fl oor cleaning starter kits, allowing greater choice and compatibility for the user.

The combination of VoleoPro and Vileda Professional’s UltraSpeed 25l microfi bre fl at mopping system, allows even the smallest site to benefi t from a trolley that is complete with a high performance fl oor cleaning system, storage for consumables, and other Vileda Professional cleaning products from wiping to high-level dusting. The UltraSpeed 25l kit comes with a 25l ergonomic bucket and an innovative non-mechanical wringer, along with a 40cm fl at mop frame and

revised valve arrangement. Cat Pumps call this design ‘stacked valves’, because the discharge valves are installed directly above the inlet valves in a common bore. This simplifi es valve servicing as the design now only has three valve plugs.

Consequently, there is a new Valve Kit for the Model 700 which contains all six valves, so only one kit is required per pump. The high and low pressure seals are identical to those used for many years in the Model 70, but there is a new Seal Kit containing these and all the associated parts needed to service the pump seals.

The drive end of the new Model 700 is directly interchangeable with the Model 70 and most

service items are identical. Note, however, that the plunger rod has

been changed to eliminate the need for the plunger spacer. REGULAR | 65

microfi bre mop pad. A safety pad is also available designed to clean safety fl oors and remove stubborn stains and scuff marks.

The performance of the pump remains unchanged at 17l/min at 1,700rpm, and being a true positive displacement pump, the fl ow remains directly proportional to speed right up to the maximum pressure rating of 345bar (5,000psi).

The Model 700 is available from stock now, and can be purchased bare-shaft, mounted directly to a suitable electric motor, or base- plate mounted with motor and speed-reducing transmission. It is also available as model 700G1, complete with integrated gearbox to mount on a petrol or diesel engine with a standard SAE mounting face and 1" (25.4mm) diameter parallel crankshaft extension.

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