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CLEANING REVOLUTION Whilst many traditional carpet cleaning methods meet current expectations the fact remains that too many carpets are still not cleaned to acceptable or certified standard and are consigned to land fill way before their time.

Oztek is a fast cleaning system for carpeted and hard flooring that wipes clean carpet fibres and floor surfaces from all angles, oscillating dirt and contaminates from fibres and surfaces removing soil that traditional methods are not capable of. The Oztek opens and restores carpet pile quickly and efficiently - for instance 200sq metres of heavily contaminated nursing home carpet in just one hour.

Oztek can not only provide outstanding results for in-house cleaning staff but for contract cleaners , it can completely revolutionise the way they work saving time to expand their business.

THE OZTEK STANDARD Oztek is genuinely a new standard

for carpet and floor cleaning using industry leading Oscillation Technology from the team that first developed the concept 28 years ago, which now challenges the ordinary by providing carpets that are not only deep cleaned but certifiably clean. This is an area that the team

not only capable of cleaning carpets but also all hard surfaces.

Once cleaned the Oztek Team utilise the most commonly adopted method for testing the cleanliness a surface – certified cleaning! The system is used throughout the world for its sensitivity, speed and convenience and by using it, Oztek are able to certify the level of cleanliness using this test method ‘on-site’ at the time of the clean. These results can also be correlated with scientific test results produced with the University of West of England Biology Department, Bristol, using the Oztek and ECA water system.

behind the development of the Oztek system for the UK have placed huge importance upon, in reaction to the demands from a growing number of businesses who are taking a fresh look at their cleaning processes and choosing to eliminate toxins, boost employee health and safety, and provide an excellent environment for staff and clients alike.

Oztek in conjunction with partners, Centrego Ltd, uses ECA Water to produce highly effective, non-toxic cleaners and disinfects using only tap water, salt and electricity - and produced on-site for less than a penny per litre. The cleaners produced are

The Oztek Oscillation machine, originally developed in the USA, has been modified for the UK market into a smaller compact unit with a highly efficient and stable 40kg cleaning head, working at a oscillating head speed of 1750rpm. The Oztek maximises the efficiency of the oscillation process enabling the system to generate amazing results on the most demanding and contaminated surfaces. The machine features a multi-adjustable handle, 10”wheels, a 10 litre tank for ECA water and a 1HP motor. Bespoke branding and colour options are available.



SOFTWARE ELECO is pleased to announce the release of Arcon Evo dedicated to architects, building professionals and designers.

Arcon Evo is a powerful, standalone CAD application for all aspects of building design including residential and large scale developments. The extensive range of design tools allows the user to quickly produce accurate floor plans, elevations,

section details and working drawings together with client friendly visualisations and interactive 3D models. The new development follows the success of its architectural visualisation software, Arcon Visual Architect.

"Arcon Evo software offers significant new updates for designing exteriors and interiors of buildings," commented Arcon product manager for UK, Tim Bates "With a modern user interface, multi-functional toolset, advanced editing capabilities and powerful new

engine, detailed plans, elevations and section views can be rapidly drawn on screen and viewed in a fully interactive 3D environment."

Tim adds "The strength in our new CAD software is its ability to make it as easy as possible for architects and designers to communicate their design ideas to the client and anyone else involved in the building project, so that everyone is clear about what is being proposed thus avoiding costly mistakes along the way." TOMORROW’S FM | 59

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