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System Update


Evans Vanodine inform us of the new developments in their e:dose concentrates range, and why keeping up with consumer need is the key to their success.


Today’s customers want more from their cleaning chemicals than ever before, demanding products that are effective, economical, easy to use and environmentally friendly, without compromising on quality.


Customers of Evans Vanodine regularly ask them for products that are easy to use, simple to identify through strong colour-coding, portable rather than plumbed in, with accurate dosing methods and, most importantly, low cost-in-use.


Following numerous fi eld trials and extensive laboratory cleaning tests, Evans Vanodine produced the super concentrate e:dose range, which delivers products easily and economically in a simple, colour co- ordinated system. The products have been formulated by selecting highly effective ingredients and combining them with clean, fresh perfumes, to create products with an exceptionally high cleaning performance. They have been produced with a sensible approach and consideration to environmental issues, and they cover all signifi cant sections of the daily cleaning schedule.


Controlling chemicals is an important issue, not only from a safety point of view but also from a cost-in-use


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perspective. Cleaning chemicals are formulated to clean a given surface at a specifi ed dilution rate, but under- or over-dosing can reduce the effi ciency of a product.


The key to consistently accurate dosing is to keep things simple. Each 1l bottle of e:dose concentrate is clearly labelled with pictorial instructions for quick and easy dosing. The robust 10ml dosing cap is already attached to the bottle, meaning a perfect dose is ready in seconds. A quick tip of the bottle upside down is all that is needed for a reliable dose, which can then be added to a trigger bottle or bucket. Plus, the fact that the system is portable eliminates high installation costs.


The range includes:


1. The EC2 DEGREASER, a neutral pH formulation that has been proven to be more effi cient than conventional heavy-duty degreasers and, most importantly, less hazardous.


2. The EC4 SANITISER, which will pass EN 1276 under dirty conditions at a dilution rate of 1:60 with a contact time of 30 seconds, which is typical of how a single stage sanitiser would be used.


3. The EC6 ALL PURPOSE, x1 x2 5L www.tomorrowscleaning.com


which can be used for the general cleaning of hard washable surfaces, including paintwork, laminate, glass and mirrors, and for polished fl oors.


4. The EC7 HEAVY DUTY, which will tackle those tougher cleaning jobs, such as rubber vinyl, rubber and concrete, along with spray cleaning unpolished fl oors.


5. Finally, the EC9 WASHROOM rounds off the range, and can be used for cleaning sinks, baths, tiles and shower areas.


The e:dose concentrate range is low dosage and extremely economical in use; each 1l bottle makes up to 100 trigger spray bottles, or 50x5l buckets. The concentrate dosing bottles, along with their 5l refi ll packs, not only save on packaging but also help reduce the carbon emissions associated with additional shipping of diluted solutions, making them an ideal choice in our increasingly environmentally-conscious society.


Corresponding colour-coded 750ml trigger spray bottles are also available, screen-printed with dosing and application instructions. The 5l containers can be used through the e:dose wall dispensing trigger fi ll or bucket fi ll system, giving the customer a wealth of choices, ensuring Evans Vanodine always provide their customers with products and systems to satisfy their requirements.


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