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Tork Kitchen Cloths Clean Up

Food Service New to the Tork range is a soft and absorbent disposable cloth designed to take the place of kitchen towels. The Tork Kitchen Cloth can be used for all tough food service tasks, such as scrubbing surfaces and cleaning up greasy spills.

“Tork Kitchen Cloth is a remarkable product, because it's softer and more absorbent than other disposable cloths on the market,” said SCA Product and Segment Manager, Steve Belcher. “It also contains cotton fi bers which gives the cloth a softer, more textile feel than other disposable cloths. And, the thickness of Tork Kitchen Cloth protects the hands from heat, which makes it perfect for any kitchen environment.”

Tork Kitchen Cloth, which is food contact approved for wiping, is dispensed from the W4 wall- mounted Tork Performance dispenser, which is available in either a red/smoke or white/ turquoise housing. The strong plastic casing of the dispenser protects the wipers from contamination before use, and the cloths are presented one at a time to prevent over-consumption and reduce the risk of cross- contamination.

The W4 dispenser can be lifted out of its wall-mounted bracket to allow the wall behind it to be easily cleaned, and for the convenience of customers it can be fi xed to the wall using screws, magnets or suction cups. This means that the unit can be used on the smooth, tiled surfaces typically found in a catering kitchen.

Tork Kitchen Cloth forms part of a wide range of Tork cloths and wipers for the professional kitchen. Others include Tork Coloured Long- Lasting Cleaning Cloths, which allow different cleaning and wiping tasks to be segregated by colour, avoiding the risk of cross-contamination. Available in red, blue, green and yellow, the cloths will not tear in use and they come in compact packs that can be conveniently stored or transported.

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Good News For Fortres

Fortress Distribution Ltd has been appointed as the exclusive UK wholesale distributor for the US brand, Black Mamba, and their range of gloves.

In direct response to calls from customers, for tougher more resilient gloves that withstand the rigours their jobs require, Delta Medical Systems Inc developed a new range of gloves under the Black Mamba brand. Offering vital protection for hands, the range consists of both disposable and non-disposable work gloves designed to meet the requirements of the automotive and industrial sectors.

After enjoying signifi cant success across the US, Black Mamba Gloves are now available in the

UK through wholesale distributor Fortress Distribution. Tom Brooks, VP of Sales and Marketing for Black Mamba Gloves US, commented: “Black Mamba Gloves has emerged as an industry leader in creating hand protection for those in need of tough and reliable gloves. It’s fantastic for us to be working with Fortress Distribution to bring our range of products to the United Kingdom. We are delighted with the demand that Fortress is already seeing for our gloves in the UK.”

The Black Mamba nitrile glove is tough and durable at over 6mm thick, offering a superior fi t and better puncture, abrasion, and chemical resistance than disposable vinyl or latex gloves. These ambidextrous gloves have a Grip Rite textured surface offering a secure and tactile grip, whilst providing sensitivity for delicate, precise tasks. They are ideal for

general and garden maintenance, heating and plumbing, HVAC, automotive, manufacturing and construction industries as well as domestic applications, with the added benefi t that the colour helps to hide dirt, grime and grease to increase overall product lifetime and value. The gloves are available in sizes, small through 2XL with a regular length cuff at 245mm.

Fortress Distribution is receiving positive feedback from the growing number of customers switching to the Black Mamba Glove in the UK. It is now expanding its distribution range to include White Mamba latex disposable gloves, and a non-disposable range containing three different work gloves: a Level 5 cut resistant glove, a foam nitrile dipped nylon glove and a polyurethane dipped nylon glove.


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