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HYDRO SYSTEMS STAND 10.100


Hydro Systems To Launch


Two New Innovations Hydro Systems, the world’s largest independent manufacturer of chemical proportioning and dispensing systems, will be demonstrating its commitment to continued product innovation by launching two new products at the world’s leading trade fair for cleaning professionals, in Amsterdam.


“Innovation is at the heart of Hydro System's business philosophy, and we are excited to be showcasing our latest product developments at ISSA/INTERCLEAN,” commented Alistair Blair-Davies, Global Director of Marketing of Hydro Systems. “The show is a great opportunity for us to demonstrate how cleaning performance and efficiency can be improved through employing the most advanced dilution and chemical dispensing technology.”


Exhibiting at stand 10.100, Hydro Systems will be showcasing the brand- new EvoClean and EvoDose which


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New To The Stage The EXTRACTOR is the first cleaning gun that combines the unique tornado application of a


are set to be released later in 2014, as well as the EvoChem – another new product that will be released later this year. Their main unique features are as followed:


• EvoChem, the spraying and foaming unit which offers seven standard configurations, includes a choice of product selection, check valves, backflow protection, dilution ratios, hoses and lances, as well as frost protection.


• EvoClean is a low maintenance venturi-based water-powered laundry unit which, unlike competitor offerings, doesn’t require tube replacement. It features an integrated control system that can be used with up to eight products and also offers an integrated flush manifold and ‘out-of-product’ alarm.


• EvoDose, an innovative, user- friendly dispensing unit, features patent-pending AccuPro pressure regulation technology, and delivers dilution accuracy regardless of fluctuations in water pressure. It offers easier installation and maintenance, as well as improved tube routing and neatness.


“Designed by one of the industry’s largest and most experienced


chemical, with the immediate extraction of the dirt solution into a vacuum cleaner.


The outgoing air is rotated and, similar to during a tornado, a rotational cutter is generated. The effect resulting from this is responsible for the “tornado effect”, which releases dirt particles at an extremely high power from the surface to be treated.


Afterwards, dirt and chemicals are immediately sucked


into a standard vacuum cleaner hose, leaving a perfectly clean and fast-drying surface. This innovative new machine is perfect for cleaning persistent stains of


all kinds of surfaces, including: dried-on stains, sand, dust, dog or cat hairs on carpets, dust in the


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tightest spaces (corners, cracks and crevices), chocolate stains, nicotine discolouring, bandings of road salt on the foot mats, footprints from shoes – the list goes on!


Ideal for cleaning mats, carpets and upholstery, its applications include cleaning services as well as car cleaning companies, as it can connect to compressed air and a wet vacuum cleaner.


If you’d like see this product for yourself in action at the show, then stand 04.300 at ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam is the place to be.


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engineering teams, each of these new products is an evolution in dilution and dispensing design for cleaning and hygiene applications. They have been created to keep pace with changing customer demands, and offer even greater benefits in terms of cleaning performance and efficiency for the industry,” continued Alistair.


Hydro Systems will also be showcasing a range of its other popular cleaning and hygiene products in its mechanical dilution/ dosing range and electronic laundry and warewash (peristaltic) range at the show. For more information, visit Hydro Systems at stand 10.100.


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