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FACILITIES MANAGEMENT 2016 EXHIBITORS


As always innovation is at the core of Facilities Management 2016 making it the perfect place for FM professionals to source new ideas, technologies and suppliers. Some of the biggest names in the UK will be returning to the show, alongside an array of exciting new sign ups. Exhibitors on-board include Tradepoint, Servicemaster, Gritting.com, SYR Continental, NVC Lighting, Disposables UK, IRTS Ltd and Jetchem.


Cleaning City will be presenting its high quality and innovative cleaning equipment, machines and products. On show will be its Banana Cone, an award winning wet floor warning sign, plus a live demonstration of its I-mop, a versatile scrubber dryer, which is more cost-effective than the traditional mop and bucket method.


Nationwide Hygiene Group will be showcasing its new washroom range, which offers a complete washroom solution from fragrance, hand & surface solutions, through to washroom paper and chemicals. The innovations include ‘Green Air’ non-aerosol fragrance units, deluxe two-ply white hand towels and deluxe embossed two-ply and luxury quilted three-ply toilet rolls for the more exclusive washrooms.


SEBO will be presenting its new range of commercial upright vacuums, which have been designed to maintain the current performance values, whilst working within the power constraints soon to be imposed by EU legislation in 2017.


SYR Resilient will be presenting its innovative TIC Range, which helps contract cleaning companies raise the level of cleanliness and facilitates the cleaning world to keep up with the advancements within the flooring industry.


Higham Roofing will use the show to exhibit its ‘HighScan’ drone survey. This provides a sustainable and cost effective approach to scientifically measuring the condition of flat roofs,


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in order to detect wet insulation, defective insulation, lack of insulation and thermal performance of the roof and its components.


Angel Springs Ltd will be displaying its range of bottled and mains fed water coolers. This includes its Angel Counter Top Eco-boiler T5 and its Glacier Bottled Freestanding Water Cooler.


Gritting.com will be using Facilities Management 2016 to demonstrate its gritting service for winter maintenance.


Direct Telecom Services will be showcasing its extensive range of two- way radio solutions. This will include simple radio to radio communication systems, or a system featuring GPS, lone worker protection, fire alarm and telephone integration.


QCR Recycling Equipment will be exhibiting its QPC CP30 Can crusher, QCR Glass Crusher, QCR Bin Compactor and QC R 102 waste baler all of which aim to improve waste handling efficiency, whilst saving money for organisations of any size.


Paramount Security Group will be displaying its bespoke, integrated security solutions, including its range of security gates, traffic barriers and the control systems that go with them.


Panda Group will be demonstrating its comprehensive buildings’ maintenance services. It will encompass Reactive and Planned Maintenance, alongside Project Works.


Lutterworth Ecolighting will be highlighting its energy saving light fittings used in public sector locations such as community centres, sports halls and car parks.


Safer Access Solutions will be presenting its range of solutions, which solve complex and costly access problems. These include the services of facade cleaning, gutter cleaning, banner installation and removal, plus the installation of the complete range of bird deterrent systems.


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