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3M has reinforced its global reputation for fl oorcare innovation with the launch of new Nomad™ Optima+ Entrance Matting – a solution so effective and durable that it comes with a fi ve-year performance guarantee.


“Effective and attractive matting can create a welcoming entrance area for customers and employees. Mats assist in slip reduction, and play a vital role in reducing facility maintenance costs, particularly in buildings with heavy footfall,” explained Richard Jones, 3M Business Development Manager for Work Place Safety. “Nomad Optima+ Entrance Matting not only keeps fl oors cleaner and safer, at a total lower cost, but it goes on working for longer too while maintaining excellent appearance over time.”


Precision-engineered for extreme traffi c conditions, Nomad Optima+ Entrance Matting is constructed from hardwearing aluminium profi les, in-fi lled with 3M™ Nomad™ Aqua Series 85 Textile or Rubber. Unlike traditional entrance matting, which allows dirt and moisture to sit on the surface and be tracked into the


New Polish Distributors For Morclean Binwash Machine


Morclean now have an offi cial dealer for the Bin Wash machines in Poland. Bravos, based in Gorzow Wielkopolski, are now the offi cial polish distributors of the Morclean bin wash machine and fought off tough competition from other interested parties in Poland to become the chosen distributor.


building, 3M’s innovative dual-fi bre loop system simultaneously scrapes off dirt and absorbs moisture from the soles of shoes retaining it within the mat’s structure. The benefi ts can be measured in reduced cleaning costs, less fl oor damage and fewer slips, trips and potential compensation claims.


Nomad Optima+ Entrance Matting is available in open or closed mat construction and a choice of rail heights for interior recessed well applications. A third option – Nomad™ Optima+ Slim Entrance Matting – allows building owners to combine the performance advantages of aluminium- framed entrance matting with the convenience of a drop-down mat, and is ideal for the retrofi tting and refurbishment of entrances that do not have recessed wells.


Designed for use in shopping centres, airports, hotels and other heavy traffi c areas, Nomad Optima+ combines exceptional durability with ease of handling, making it easy to install and maintain. Cut and shaped to size, it can be simply unrolled into the recess well to install. For the open version, the mat can be rolled back for ease of cleaning, whilst the closed and slim versions are simply cleaned in-situ. A straightforward


Bravos have many years experience in the industrial cleaning sector; they specialise in pressure washers, scrubber dryers and other equipment currently, making the addition of the Morclean Binwash range a welcome, suitable and innovative step forward.


Morclean have taken the bold step into dealerships after a lot of European and worldwide interest in the machine. There are currently dealers situated in the UK, Jersey/Channel Islands, the


cleaning regime, based on daily vacuuming, combined with periodic deep cleaning, will maximise the longevity of the matting.


Nomad Optima+ Entrance Matting is the latest evolution in 3M’s innovative range of high performance entrance matting, developed and refi ned over 30 years. Other solutions include Nomad™ Terra Matting for outdoor use with extreme traffi c, the Nomad™ Aqua Series Textile Entrance Matting for indoor applications across a wide range of traffi c volumes, and Nomad™ Modular Matting, offering complete fl exibility of performance and design.


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Netherlands and now Poland, and they are currently in talks with other worldwide companies.


Morclean will be exhibiting their bin wash machine at stand 11.805 at Amsterdam, and will be back in Europe in 2015 for the Interclean CEE in Poland, with their new distributors, Bravos.


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