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CLEANING CLOTH Chicopee has launched its Lavette Super in a new convenient pack size. The hygienic kitchen cleaning cloth is now available in smaller 10 sheet packs, in addition to the standard 25 sheet packs. The new handy (10 sheet) pack size is an ideal solution when budget or storage are a consideration, or a point of display unit is used.

The 10 sheet packs also come in fresh, modern packaging, designed specifically with sales displays in mind. The new design also reflects usage areas and full colour packaging to showcase the renowned product.

James Taylor, Director of Product Marketing at Chicopee, commented: “Lavette Super is one of our most popular cloths used throughout the food, restaurant and catering industries to ensure an efficient, hygienic clean, whilst reducing the risk of spreading bacteria around the kitchen. A single Lavette Super wipe lasts through at least 40 washes, which means a 10-unit pack can stretch a long way.”


ECO AIRFLOW Airflow Developments has extended its hand dryer portfolio with a new innovation: the ecoDry mini. With a smaller footprint than an A4 sheet of paper, the product is one of the most compact in its class on the global market and is ideal for commercial and industrial washroom areas where space is limited. CE Certified, IP23 double insulated and automatic sensor operated, the ecoDRY mini is engineered to consume minimal energy and excel in performance and hand protection.

The ecoDRY mini is a highly efficient product with an impressive 500-watt heating element, which utilises an

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Offering antibacterial properties and a unique fibre and binder composition, Chicopee’s heavy-duty Lavette Super cloth is approved for Food Contact Clearance (FCC) by the German test institute ISEGA. Lavette Super is safe and hygienic to use in direct contact with dry, moist or non-greasy foodstuffs, making it the ultimate tool in any restaurant or industrial kitchen. Its open structure guarantees superior dirt pick-up and efficient absorption.

Due to its easy rinse design and large apertures, the multi-purpose Lavette Super is quick drying and remains

efficient 400-watt motor and only 2.3 watts per drying cycle – helping owners save on running costs. Energy efficient and cost effective, the discreet hand dryer is also one of the smallest on the market – protruding from the wall at less than 10cm. With a remarkably low noise level at just 70dB(A), it also provides owners with an exceptionally eco-friendly option.

Equipped with a blade edge air stream delivery system for fast, even drying; and with an air speed of 200Km/h and air flow rate of 110m3


the miniaturised units are specifically designed to reduce carbon emissions and ensure customers benefit from clean air at all times. Replaceable HEPA filters and carbon brushes are also available to protect users from up to 99% of air bacteria.

super absorbent. It is also perfect to wring and re-use, with reduced odour build up compared to traditional cloths that are heavy and constantly left damp – becoming a breeding ground for bacteria.

Lavette Super can be used in combination with multiple cleaning agents or disinfectants and is available in five colours, according to HACCP standards, so that each colour can be designated a specific cleaning area and task, to avoid cross contamination.

Encompassing all the visual features of Airflow’s current ecoDry units, the ecoDRY mini is available in both white or satin chrome finishes. The product also comes equipped with a stylish LED Blue down-lighter when in use to add to its contemporary design.

“For commercial and industrial washroom areas where space is particularly limited the ecoDRY mini is the complete solution,” said Andrew Fram, Category Product Manager at Airflow. “The entry level product offers businesses and commercial premises alike with an unobtrusive and smart solution that is robust and hardwearing, economical and remarkably environmentally conscientious.”

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