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THE CLEANING SHOW PREVIEW


SPACEVAC STAND E27


SpaceVac is launching a new easy to use unit operated by a ProTeam backpack at this year's Cleaning Show. This development increases portability and ease of use, enabling SpaceVac operators to walk between machines without trailing a traditional vacuum.


This model will clean up to 929m2 an


hour and comes with a 5.7l HEPA (High Effi ciency Particulate Air) fi lter system to trap smaller allergens. It has a high powered motor and multi- level fi ltration system to remove the particles down to one micron in size.


The comfort harness enables the backpack to rest on the operator’s hips, making it less tiring to operate than traditional vacuums.


Colin Lewis, Managing Director of SpaceVac said: “Reliability and


MORCLEAN STAND A11


Morclean will be attending the Cleaning Show 2015, exhibiting at stand A11 with their award winning Wheelie Bin Wash Machine. The machines are sturdy, fully self-contained, purpose built and petrol driven.


Morclean bin washes provide owners and operators an economical entry into the lucrative bin cleaning market. All you need is a vehicle capable of


BRIDGE RECRUITMENT STAND A4


Bridge Recruitment are hoping that you will fi nd the time to visit them at Stand A4 at this year’s Cleaning Show.


Directors Michelle Brightly and Daniel Tanner will be attending the three- day show, along with several other members of the Bridge Recruitment team, so it’s an ideal opportunity to meet with the team and discuss any


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vacuum power are key to all our equipment as we can be working at four storeys above – we now have the best traditional vacuums with Nilfi sk Alto and the best backpacks from ProTeam.”


Also launched at the show is the new lightweight aluminium head with a special locking system for either 50mm or 38mm tools. There are two other interchangeable tools supplied as standard – a spike and a crevice nozzle for narrow openings, and neither have any plastic parts.


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towing a small trailer and you are ready to offer a mobile service. The machines can also be used to clean driveways, patios, decking and more.


With the Morclean Binwash Machine you can clean either two domestic bins (240 litres) or one commercial bin (1100 litres) at a time. The effortless bin lifting mechanism aids effi ciency at the touch of a button making the job less labour intensive and strenuous for the user. They are built with a fully galvanised heavy gauge steel chassis


requirements that you may have. Bridge specialise in the recruitment of operational management, sales and support staff across the UK.


As you will be aware the Cleaning Show is the leading event which attracts industry professionals from all over the world, and let’s be honest; it is a fantastic way of meeting those you deal with every day but never have the opportunity to meet.


With more than 5,000 visitors already registered to the Show


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to ensure a long service life and can carry up to 350 litres of recycled water in the baffl ed water tank, which is enough for a full days work.


Morclean are also involved within the industrial transport and vehicle cleaning sector and provide bespoke solutions to many vehicle cleaning needs, from large industrial wash bay systems, all the way down to infl atable wash pads and mobile single brush vehicle washes.


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this promises to be an event which should not be missed.


Bridge Recruitment look forward to seeing you there!


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