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Hydro Systems, a world leader in delivering chemical dispensing and dosing solutions, has introduced the DM- 500, an economical, dual product warewash dispenser.

The reliable and simple unit covers the full range of dishwashing products, including rinse aid and detergent.

John Goetz, Global Product Manager at Hydro Systems, said: “With food service traffic down and a heightened focus on cleanliness in the wake of the pandemic, it’s more important than ever to have dispensing equipment that is both cost-effective and accurate. This helps ensure that dishware is properly washed and sanitised between uses and that harmful pathogens are not spread.

“The versatility and simplicity of the DM-500 makes it perfect for a wide range of sites that may be experiencing lower traffic, but cannot operate without a dispenser for safety and compliance reasons.”

Suited for single tank, door-style machines, small conveyers or glass washers, the DM-500 meets UL and CE electrical safety standards and offers multiple models to accommodate different styles of dish machines used globally.

Free of complex programming and wiring, the DM-500’s straightforward design minimises installation time and is less prone to user-error. Hydro Systems’ CP-500 single pump dispenser can also be paired with the DM-500 to easily upgrade the system in the event that a chemical sanitizer is needed. Growth and senior appointments at NSS

they’ve changed for good. We’ve been driving cleaning and maintenance efforts to tackle the public health challenge. NSS’ breadth of services and national infrastructure means we are ideally placed to also support customers experiencing increased demand in sectors such as ecommerce and distribution.”

BGF-backed specialist services provider, NSS, has reported a 20% increase in revenues following a series of significant contract wins across the FM, retail, industrial and ecommerce sectors.

On the back of this growth, NSS has named Malcolm Fyall as Group Operations Director with immediate effect, while Mark Seager will replace Malcolm as Operations Director of the Cleaning division.

In the past 12 months, the business has adapted its services to support the evolving needs of its customers and their own employees and customers. The North West-headquartered company, specialists in working at height, offers building maintenance, window and technical cleaning, equipment testing, and platform hire across the UK. The company also launched its SafeTOUCH cleaning/sanitisation service to help businesses safeguard colleagues, customers and visitors.

NSS Group Commercial Director, Eugene Boyle, said: “Our customers’ needs have changed and, in some cases,

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NSS CEO, Niel Bethell, said: “The past 12 months has been like no other but every person within our business has played a significant role in how we’ve navigated the challenges we’ve faced. Because of the hard work, innovation and relentless focus on our customers’ evolving needs, we are emerging as a stronger business. This is because the team has delivered safe, reliable, and extraordinary service to our customers at a time when they’ve needed us most.

“Malcolm and Mark epitomise NSS’ brand values and both are a real driving force behind our success story. The creation of this new role – and Mark’s natural progression – will enable myself and the board to successfully guide NSS through our next phase of growth.”

In Malcolm’s new role, he will oversee the operations of all four divisions as well as the QHSE and HR support functions with close support from Niel.

Malcolm added: “I’m looking forward to this new opportunity and there is serious scope for rapid growth. We’ll focus on continuous improvement and achieving results through individual and collective high performance.

“In my new role, we’ll build upon the great work undertaken so far and help shape an NSS culture that further unites our divisions and support functions with a clear strategy to take us forward to achieve the business’ growth ambitions.”

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