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AIRDRI STAND 309, HALL 11


The Art Of Airflow: Airdri To Showcase 40 years’ Expertise


With New ‘Q’ Range Airdri, a world leader in hand dryer development, will exhibit two new products at ISSA/INTERCLEAN, Amsterdam. The new models will form part of Airdri’s enhanced hand dryer portfolio, and each model in its current range has been renamed to create the ‘Q’ range. The renaming and the introduction of the new hand dryers represents an ongoing programme of activity to mark 40 years of providing innovative and quality products to Airdri’s global customers.


The new models, the Quest™ and the Quazar™, will be showcased at Interclean alongside an array of one-off cover finishes themed around the ‘art of airflow’, as part of


PROCHEM EUROPE STAND 01.122D


Prochem Europe To Demonstrate Two New Key Products From Its Hot Water


Extraction Machines In 2014, Prochem Europe is celebrating 40 years’ of supplying the industry with cleaning and maintenance products and equipment for carpets, fabrics and floors, and what better way to celebrate than with the introduction of two new machines.


Featuring a host of new performance benefits to provide power, performance and convenience in a brand new extractor design, the Endeavor's specifications include dual 6.6" high performance, low noise vacuum motors, the ultra- reliable 150psi induction motor pump and a slide-in version of Prochem's advanced Heat 'n' Run in-line stainless steel heat exchanger.


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A 250psi pump is an optional extra, while handle-mounted wheels for easy vehicle loading, top front- mounted controls and new front- mounted wand stowage make the Endeavor a desirable option for the cleaner who can’t yet afford a truck mount. The machine comes complete with hoses and a two-jet Glidemaster stainless steel wand and, as with all Prochem cleaning machines, a free training voucher to ensure that users get the very best from their machines.


Prochem's state-of-the-art, self- contained carpet soil extractor, the Polaris 800, provides unequalled


features for the institutional and commercial carpet cleaner, offering the cleaning power to tackle large open areas, yet it handles like a lightweight.


Both machines will be on show this year along with elements from the Prochem Europe cleaning solutions range. In addition, members of its training and technical support teams will be available to advise visitors to the Prochem Europe stand, located on stand 01.122D.


www.prochem-uk.com


a competition for those visiting the stand. The Quest™ and Quazar™ retain the qualities synonymous with all Airdri products – reliability, energy efficiency and low noise output.


Activity at the show includes:


• New product designs unveiled at Airdri’s stand, inspired by on- going research and development, led by a newly appointed Research and Development Director, John Forshaw


• 40th anniversary celebratory event for customers and distributors in Amsterdam during the show


• Promotional activity on the stand will include a competition testing your knowledge of art. In addition, one lucky visitor will have the opportunity to win an iPad Air by scanning the QR code on Airdri’s special edition show brochure


James Clark, Group Commercial Director, said: “We are delighted to be showcasing our new hand dryer range at this prestigious show. All of our hand dryers have been carefully designed to be reliable, energy efficient and to have low noise levels, making them an ideal choice for washrooms in any international sector. We remain committed to providing innovative solutions for all our global customers.”


To see Airdri’s new product designs, and have the opportunity to win an iPad Air, visit stand 309 in Hall 11.


www.airdri.com


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