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New eco-friendly sign cleaning solution from Innova


Described as the culmination of many years of research into the most cost-effective method of cleaning and maintaining signs without the need for hazardous chemical agents, SignClean® has been introduced by INNOVA Solutions. Providing true eco-sustainability, the product is based on advanced Micronite® technology that eliminates the need for harmful solvents or petrochemical derivatives and yet remains capable of out-performing many cleaning products that rely on these agents in order to work effectively. The SignClean system is based on the interaction of negatively


and positively charged cleaning processes. This involves the initial release of billions of negatively charged Micronite particles that impact and dislodge soil, grease, grime and other pollutants from the surface. These are then held in suspension in the surrounding liquid prior to being removed by positively charged and application-specific complementary colour-coded Micronite Plus® cloths and mops that have been designed for maximum soil take-up and prevention of cross contamination. Once cleaned, the surface of the sign retains the residual negative charge of the system to repel re-soiling. SignClean is a portable and water-less sign cleaning


system that requires no mixing or rinsing to enable sign maintenance personnel to carry out their work on-site in a maintenance/housekeeping capacity. It will effectively clean any water-tolerant surface, removing deeply ingrained stains and deposits of dirt via a completely safe, non-toxic and odourless process. SignClean has recently been passed as ‘Food Safe’ by Campden BRI for use in food preparation areas. For lighter soiling, the system can be diluted with water to further enhance its environmental credentials and cost efficiency. It can also be foamed to increase contact time on vertical surfaces and thus further reduce wastage.


Bonding problems solved with Eurobond's EB808 Corex Tape


Corex is a robus, lightweight corrugated plastic substrate widely used in both the commercial signage and the printing industries as a low cost material to print, for example, temporary estate agent boards or low cost signage and posters. Corex is notoriously difficult to bond together or indeed bond


it to anything else. Existing glues can be very stringy and difficult to work with and are often quite expensive plus plastic rivets are often fiddly and in some cases lead to tearing and failure around the rivet site. But now Eurobond say that’s all going to change with the


arrival of the new Corex Bonding Tape range. EB808 Corex Tape demonstrates very high strength and excellent flexibility. It is very clean and easy to use and available in 50m length rolls and 19mm or 25mm widths. It is available in two colours, EB808 Black or EB810 White. For further information or to place an order telephone


14 Sign Update ISSUE 135 MARCH/APRIL 2012 The new EB808 Corex tape is ideal for temporary estate agent boards.


Eurobond Adhesives Ltd on 01795 427888 or visit the website www.eurobond-adhesives.co.uk


The system is suitable for virtually any commonly used sign


making substrate on which it will perform much better than neutral anti-static cleaners due to the residual anionic charge on the surface that repels re-soiling and dust more effectively. These include all forms of plastics and acrylics, metals (including stainless steel, aluminium, copper and brass), most paint finishes (including powder-coated, epoxy resin and oil-based), ACM materials, vinyl and glass. SignClean is also available with a broad spectrum biocide for use in healthcare, care homes and schools. For further information, visit www.innovasolutionsonline.co.uk or telephone 01282 867390.


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