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RP Adam Ltd Is Ready To Launch


RP Adam Ltd, the 123 year old, Selkirk-based chemical manufacturing firm is delighted to announce two new product launches for automatic dish and glass washing delivered through their Duotek ware washing system, and five new Arpax super concentrates delivered through their new Ecopax chemical dosing system.


Both systems have three key considerations in mind: Chemical cleaning power, maximising positive environmental profiles of the products and to ensure the safety of the user is assured at all times. Commercial cleaning operatives need to feel comfortable with using concentrated chemicals and RP Adam has always viewed controlled dilution as a key driver in delivering the best results in the simplest way whilst providing the best value possible. The company has collaborated with two of the best names in chemical dosing equipment to enable us to bring these systems to market.


In collaboration with Dema Europe both the Adamax (corrosive detergent) and Rinse Plus (rinse additive) products are fitted with Safe Link at manufacturing stage. Users simply remove the transit cap and affix the unique safety cap connector from the dosing unit, or integral feed cabinet glass washer tubing to the chemical container to create a secure seal.


As there is no credible ‘ultra-safe’ cabinet chemical glass washing system available on the market today, the company now provides the licenced trade with unrivalled user safety. Most pubs will have the 5l containers lying on the floor, with the caps open next to the glass washer. This presents a significant risk to bar staff if the corrosive detergent is kicked over. Now with Duotek, even if the flask is dropped or kicked over, none of the corrosive chemicals can escape and cause injury.


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Now with Duotek, even if the flask is dropped or kicked over, none of the corrosive chemicals can escape and cause injury.


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