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ISSA/INTERCLEAN PREVIEW


TRUVOX INTERNATIONAL STAND 01.407


Renowned for its comprehensive range, Truvox International is mounting a major display of floor cleaning machines at ISSA/Interclean – including a trio of new arrivals to be revealed at the show.


As well as seeing machines in action, visitors to the Truvox stand can get up to speed on developments from other Tacony Group companies – Powr-Flite, Tornado and CFR.


Polishing or scrubbing, vacuuming or deep cleaning, every cleaning and facilities manager’s key floor-care requirements will be covered.


The line-up includes the versatile Multiwash scrubber dryer, cordless in its latest guise. The 340 Pump/Battery scrubs, washes and dries in one pass, running 50 minutes on one charge.


Rotaries are another Truvox speciality. Its wide range includes the ultra-high- speed Orbis UHS 1500 Burnisher, whose ergonomic design allows operators to sustain high productivity over long cleaning shifts. A folding handle makes it easy to store this single-disc rotary.


PROCHEM EUROPE STAND 01.128


Cleaning technology and solutions specialist Prochem Europe returns to the ISSA/Interclean show in a joint initiative with Netherlands sales partner AB Cleaning of Heteren.


Key developments from Prochem on show on Stand 01.128 include a further performance upgrade to the company’s new model Endeavor SX9500 extraction machine, now available with a waste tank float switch enabling a more accurate and premeditative means of knowing when the tank is full.


Launched in 2014 with a 150psi induction pump and 6.6in vacuum motors, the Endeavor was firstly upgraded with a 220psi DC drive pump and pressure switch and a partial internal bypass.


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Carpet maintenance is completely covered too, from vacuuming to deep-clean encapsulation. The Cimex-Encap process rejuvenates the most jaded and stained carpets as the Cimex Cyclone agitates the fibres and disperses solution that traps soils for removal.


Truvox vacuums range from the high-output Valet Wide Area Vac, with a 70cm cleaning width, to the lightweight Valet BackPack II, recently updated to make it even more comfortable for operators.


Spotting and spray extraction is the forte of the Hydromist range – with a choice of models geared to the scale of areas maintained, foot traffic and embedded dirt and stains.


Carpet drying – and emergency response to floods and spills – is accelerated with the Air Mover range. The compact Hybrid Blower 3400 packs big drying power in a handy, lightweight body.


Visit Stand 01.407 to greet the latest arrivals to this expanding first family of cleaning power.


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Demand for higher pressures and quieter vacuum motors led to a further upgrade in the SX9500. Boasting a 500psi induction motor-driven CAT pump controlled by a bypass pressure regulator giving variable pressure from 100-500psi, this super-powerful machine was bolstered by the introduction of a single 8.4in vacuum motor from Lamb giving good lift and fabulous air movement while still quieter than the 6.6in units.


Also on show at Interclean will be Prochem’s Galaxy and Steempro Powermax machines, plus a wide range of hand tools and solutions from the company’s acclaimed chemicals ranges including latest deodorisers and odour neutralisers in new Fresh Breeze Odour Neutraliser, Smoke & Odour Neutraliser and Cherry Carpet Deodoriser.


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