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New Nilfisk cleaning machine cleans in forward and reverse

Nilfisk have launched the innovative SC350 walk behind cleaning

machine, which cleans in both forward and reverse motions.

The new SC350 is modern, compact and highly manoeuvrable allowing this machine to

New Diamond Pads are

set to go down a Storm

If you’re seeking a simple, cost effective and environmentally friendly solution for cleaning, maintaining and high shining polished floors, The Preparation Group’s new Storm Diamond

clean and access areas previously difficult for its counterparts. The 37 cm scrub deck is fully adjustable providing complete traction control and allowing access to confined spaces.

Day time cleaning is another key feature, with a low rating of 64 dB(A) the unit is ideal for noise sensitive areas.

The clever design sees the squeegee integrated into the deck itself, retaining the water inside the brush deck whilst the unit is working. The entire brush deck, on instruction from the operator, completely rotates allowing cleaning to continue in a reverse motion until returned to normal.

Pads are the answer.

The new pads are prepared with billions of microscopic diamonds to hygienically clean and produce a high gloss finish on floors without the need for harsh chemicals, waxes and polishes and, unlike competing pads on the market, they are also double sided for twice the value.

The Storm Diamond Pad’s easy cleaning system involves removing any loose contaminants from the designated surface e.g. dust, sand or gravel, placing the pad under your machine and then adding water - you are then

ready to start. Rieke launch takes

dispensing to another level

A major innovation in wall mounted dispensers will be unveiled by Rieke Dispensing at Interpack (Stand B21) alongside examples of the company’s ability to create tailored solutions for individual customer requirements. In addition, Rieke will be showing the latest developments from its market leading Airless and Foamer ranges.

The new wall mounted dispenser has been developed in conjunction with one of Rieke’s

customers to provide a safe and hygienic means of dispensing a special antiseptic gel in operating theatres. The solution combines Rieke’s established expertise in dispensing systems with electronic control for touch and effort-free operation that ensures fast, reliable and accurate dosing each time.

The company will also display a variety of individually-developed dispensers for specific products and applications.

Rieke’s Foamer range features a number of enhancements that enable the dispensers to handle a variety of product formulations. The Foamers draw product from the container

and mix it with air at the point of dispense to enable it to foam without the use of traditional aerosol technology.

Rieke’s expanded Airless range now comprises 14 pack

sizes from 15g to 1kg, with dose options from 0.25ml to 4ml, meaning the company offers the broadest range of airless dispensers in the world.

The unit incorporates an on board charger as standard making charging as simple as park and plug. The 12v Optima battery is small, light and has reduced lead for a greener solution. A 1 hour run time can be expected.

27 kg of brush pressure guarantees outstanding results whilst a high vacuum power ensures excellent drying.

An eco solution system is standard enabling the water flow to be reduced for environmentally conscious cleaning.get the top results.

The new Storm Diamond Pads produce optimum cleaning and polishing results on; resin floor surfaces, epoxy, terrazzo, marble, natural stone, concrete and vinyl. They are designed to fit The Preparation Group’s STG450 machine, along with most other types of surface texturing, auto scrubbing and polishing machines.

They are available in three grit sizes; 800, 1500 and 3000, the selection depending on the condition and type of surface.

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