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ISSA/INTERCLEAN PREVIEW


ROBERT SCOTT & SONS STAND 01.501


Robert Scott & Sons Ltd, will use this year’s Interclean Show as an opportunity to highlight the extensive nature of its range, with many of the company’s established best selling products making an appearance alongside several exciting new and innovative additions.


These include the revolutionary new LooBlade – a unique replacement for the conventional toilet brush; The Toucan Range of ECA water systems – a new solution designed to clean and disinfect hard flooring surfaces without the need for chemicals of any kind, and the newly improved Stream2 Microfibre flat mopping system.


Stream2 is an improved version of the highly successful Stream bucket-free mop handle, incorporating all that was good from the original version with the added benefit of a magnetic, double- sided Microfibre flat mop. Stream2’s unique magnetic mop frame allows


HYDRO SYSTEMS STAND 10.100


Hydro Systems is the world’s largest independent manufacturer of dilution and dosing systems for concentrated chemicals. Hydro Systems focuses exclusively on finding better and more economical ways to dispense chemicals in a controlled, safe and environmentally friendly manner. The company manufactures and stocks a comprehensive range of chemical dispensing and dosing equipment for supply to its customers throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa.


At this year’s ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam show, Hydro will be launching its new EvoWash solution. EvoWash is a powder and solid detergent dissolver with optional, integrated rinse pump for use with existing warewash machines. The integrated control unit allows for programming that promotes safe and economical use of warewash supplies. EvoWash includes Hydro’s bottle-lockout feature to prevent non-approved chemicals being used


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the mop head to be changed without the user having to touch dirty mops, while being double-sided allows for twice the area of flooring to be cleaned from one mop, saving time and reducing laundry costs.


Now with an improved, controlled water dosage system that ensures leak-free mopping, Stream2 has a lightweight, rust-free aluminium mop handle which incorporates its own 500ml reservoir within the mop handle for water or mopping solution. Stream enables users to quickly and easily fill the reservoir using a jug or bottle, and by simply pushing the handle top cap down, three jets of liquid are sprayed onto the floor ahead of the mop head, which means no more wringing out mops, no more preparing of pre- soaked flat mops and no more drying out of mop heads during cleaning.


The Stream2 package includes a holdall that can be used to store and carry new and used mops, spare handle and cleaning accessories.


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in the product – improving both the safety and consistency of the dissolver. Furthermore, a rinse saver feature prevents the waste of rinse additive during fills of the water, and


detergent conductivity measurement with adjustable control minimises detergent overuse.


In addition, Hydro will be showcasing EvoClean, the world’s first Venturi laundry unit. EvoClean is a compact and extremely low-maintenance unit. This is made possible because unlike competitor offerings, it has no moving parts or peristaltic tubes. With EvoClean, no routine maintenance or tube replacement is required and as a result, operators aren’t faced with the associated costs. With a high output of up to 700mls per min, EvoClean dispenses from three to eight products and features an integrated control system. It also offers an integrated flush manifold and an ‘out- of-product’ alarm.


EvoClean is suitable for all laundry environments, large or small, and comes ready for either industrial or on- premise laundry environments. With a small footprint and no peristaltic tubes, it is ideal for environments where space is limited.


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