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Innovation Awards 2014


From 66 entries, 10 nominees were selected by the international jury for the Amsterdam Innovation Awards 2014. As the most innovative products on the market today, the following inventions truly deserve their place in the ceremony.


Machines, Accessories And Components


T17 Battery Powered Heavy-Duty Rider Scrubber Tennant Designed to improve the facility image and provide a safer environment for both operator and service personnel, this product achieves high cleaning standards and reduces costs with the industry’s fi rst combination of maintenance- free, high-performance scrub brush motors and AC propel system. It also cleans virtually all day on a single charge, with the largest available battery capacity in its class.


VISIOAIR Teinnova Cleaning, viewing and verifi ng in one sole operation, all cleaning work in AC DUCTS is done using air injection which is quicker, more cost effective and effi cient than traditional methods. The invention has an air head that can travel any shape and size of duct, through the propulsion provided by compressed air with an air blade effect that easily detaches dirt from all four sides of the duct and records.


Wetrok Discomatic Mambo Wetrok This scrubber dryer with a 30l lithium powered battery gives a minimum of 1,500 cycles as well as outstanding manoeuvrability. It can be handled continuously given that it is adjustable to a user's size, and it has an automatic transportation wheel for easy movement between locations or storage rooms. With integrated dosing it can optimize chemical consumption, but the backwards water collector also means you can reach inaccessible surfaces to treat them.


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Equipment/Tools For Cleaning, Care And Safety


B 60/10 C Kärcher The MopVac B 60/10 C is a new product category, which combines the best features of a mop and bucket system with the best features of a scrubber dryer. With its working width of 60cm, the B 60/10 C can clean fi ve times faster in open areas compared to a regular mop – and it leaves the fl oor dry! It’s independent from any kind of electricity, as well as very simple to use.


Biotech Sofi del Biotech is a toilet paper that utilizes Biologic Active Tissue Paper technology. It contains different microorganisms which are completely harmless to both


people and the environment, but when the toilet paper reaches water, the microorganisms are activated, producing enzymes and feeding on the dirt present in pipes and in the sewers. Once their action is complete, they biodegrade without leaving any residue.


Orbio os3 Tennant The os3 is the future of the On-Site Generation, which creates both cleaning and disinfecting solutions onsite. These solutions are made through water electrolysis, which includes a small amount of salt. The os3 also includes a unique satellite system which allows solution dispensing in remote locations, but with the added benefi ts of a simplifi ed process, improved health and safety, a reduced footprint and lower costs.


The jury (from left to right): Pierre Deschamps Chief Editor of Batiment Entretien – France


Dick van Zomeren Dutch industry expert and Editor of Servicemanagement – The Netherlands


Rob Geissler Publisher Sanitary Maintenance, Contracting Profi ts, Housekeeping Solutions – USA


Michelle Marshall Chairman Chief Editor European Cleaning Journal – United Kingdom


Ton van der Riet Managing Director Senzora – The Netherlands


Paolo Pellizzari Editor Pulizia Industriale e Sanifi cazione – Italy


Reinhard Knittler Publisher Reinigungs Markt – Germany


Cor van der Velden Chief Expert at Skills Netherlands – The Netherlands


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