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Speedy Cleaning From Contico

Contico Manufacturing Ltd are one of the UK’s largest single source suppliers of wholesale cleaning, janitorial, spraying and hygiene solutions. They provide clients throughout Europe with a range of over 2000 products, all designed and manufactured to withstand the rigours of everyday intensive commercial cleaning demands.

Flooring, and its care and maintenance, accounts for one of the company’s largest product sectors with a range of mopping systems, brooms and cloths specifi cally designed to cover all aspects of the cleaning and maintenance of resilient fl ooring. Now, Contico have come up with a new, hard-working mopping system to make the work of cleaners that much easier.

Contico’s Speedy Range is a Microfi bre rapid response mopping system that has been especially designed for hard working heavily traffi cked areas such as hospital corridors, busy restaurants and retail spaces, where speed and effectiveness in keeping fl oors clean are of paramount importance.

Contico’s Speedy Microfi bre Mopping System, is a complete fl at

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Hotelympia 2014 Nelson will be focusing on its latest range of Advantage glasswashers and dishwashers, available in various undercounter and pass through models. Designed for a discerning market that demands the highest build quality, faultless


mopping system which incorporates a professional quality folding “break- frame”, while remaining impact- resistant and highly durable. It's ideal for busy locations where the mop may need to clean around tables and chairs or hospital trolleys.

Designed for use with 40cm fl at mop heads, including high performance Microfi bre versions featuring scrub strips for the removal of stubborn stains and scuff marks, Speedy has easy to use “eyelet and fl ap” fi ttings and is colour-coded with cut off tabs. Available in fi ve versions, including the popular high performance model which incorporates scrub stripes to shift the most stubborn of stains and marks, these mops can be washed up to 500 times without losing their effectiveness, and have Velcro backing for easy removal and application.

The Speedy system comes with a number of accessories including a bucket and wringer combination, which includes a 15l hardwearing polypropylene bucket with divider panel to separate clean and soiled cleaning solutions. The bucket is supplied already printed with a “Caution Wet Floor” message too, and also features a side press wringer system.

The colour-coded semi-disposable range, available in both a dry dusting and damp mop version, can be washed up to 50 times and offers excellent value for money with

performance and ongoing reliability, Advantage provides the ultimate warewashing solution.

These machines deliver on every level; they reduce running costs drastically by using minimal water, energy and chemicals, and run exceptionally quietly while still providing exceptional results.

Outstanding results are achieved across all types of crockery and

optimum cleaning performance. The company’s disposable dry and damp mops, on the other hand, are a cost effective and versatile two-step system that allows both the dry and damp mops to be used with the same Dispad Frame and handle. A single mop can clean up to 25m2

of fl oor.

With the largest available range of products from any one manufacturer in the UK, Contico’s portfolio of equipment has been specifi cally designed to cover all aspects of cleaning and maintenance – professional solutions for all aspects of fl oorcare.

glassware – even delicate items can be washed with the ‘Soft Start’ programme, which gradually builds to full force. The Advantage is built to exceptionally high specifi cations with all parts undergoing rigorous testing to ensure its durability and ongoing reliability.

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