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SEBO’S E1 PLUS: DESIGNED FOR POWER AND


PRACTICALITY SEBO’s airbelt E1 Plus vacuum cleaner is compact, lightweight and incorporates an array of intelligent features. Designed to provide a smart and efficient clean, the model features an adjustable, stainless steel tube, a 1,200W suction motor, a clever airflow design and a low noise level of 72 dB(A).


An innovative feature to ensure a longer life for each vacuum cleaner, the SEBO Intelligent Motor Protection System prevents overheating by sensing when the motor is getting too warm and reducing the power to cool it down, all without compromising on efficiency.


The airbelt bumper is a handy addition too; the user can navigate the machine around furniture and corners without


marking or damaging them. The easy-glide castors allow the vacuum cleaner to move with ease with just the lightest pull. The SEBO airbelt E1 Plus vacuum cleaner is suitable for all floor types and comes with a SEBO KOMBI professional cleaning head.


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TORK TICKS ALL THE RIGHT BOXES


IN HEALTHCARE Tork manufacturer SCA has been supplying the NHS with safe, hygienic and user-friendly washroom products for nearly 15 years. The fact that Tork hand towels, soaps and toilet tissues are cost-efficient and sustainable means they tick all the right boxes in healthcare.


The Tork SmartOne® toilet tissue


system is highly suitable for use in hospitals because the dispenser is completely enclosed. This prevents users from inserting needles, medication or anything else inside the unit – something that can be a problem in hospitals.


Some toilet tissue systems require the user to place their hand inside the dispenser in search of paper which can lead to cross-contamination. With the Tork SmartOne, however, each


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visitor only touches the paper they use, which is a major hygiene benefit.


The dispenser is designed to give out only one sheet at a time which helps to reduce consumption by up to 40% and consequently cuts costs. Reduced consumption means less waste and fewer deliveries – both important sustainability advantages.


Also ideal for use in the healthcare sector is Tork Extra Mild Foam Soap. This is gentle on the hands which


makes it suitable for staff who need to wash their hands frequently. The soap dispenser is particularly easy to operate which means it is highly suitable for patients as well, even the most frail and elderly.


Tork Soft Singlefold Hand Towels – the most widely used towels within the NHS – provide a quick, easy and hygienic hand-dry for staff, patients and visitors. The towels are pleasantly soft to touch, which encourages hand hygiene while the fact that the dispenser gives out only one towel at a time reduces the risk of cross- contamination and also cuts costs.


Tork Xpress™ Extra Soft Multifold Hand Towels are particularly suitable for use in hygiene-critical intensive care units. These are highly absorbent which makes them very effective at blotting the hands dry, and gentle on the hands which means staff are more willing to use them than a more abrasive towel.


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