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THE CORD Cleaning teams can now vacuum more quietly and productively following the arrival of the UK’s first cordless commercial vacuum cleaner.

The award-winning Valet Battery Upright (VBU) – now available from Truvox International – is a light yet powerful upright vacuum, designed for maximum productivity.

Powered by a lithium ion battery, the VBU provides more than 60 minutes’ continuous runtime. In the Cleaning Show 2017 Innovation Awards, the machine won in the carpet cleaning category.

Built to Truvox International’s robust standards, the Valet Battery Upright weighs only 5kg. A convenient carry handle makes it easy to transport between cleaning jobs. Ideal for daytime cleaning, the machine works


AND ECOROLL Star Tissue UK is proud to announce the launch of two new hygiene paper products – the Evotex roll towel and the environmentally friendly ecoroll.

The Blackburn-based family-owned business manufactures both products from its custom-built facility in Lancashire.

The Evotex label is a premium range of roll towel, centre feeds and dispenser toilet tissue that delivers excellent performance. By using the latest production technology to laminate and emboss its products, Star Tissue offers outstanding durability and absorption. All Evotex products are made from premium grades of paper with greater absorbency, strength and softness.

Offering a pure cellulose white towel and recycled blue towel, the Evotex roll towel range is suitable for high- use, low maintenance washrooms that require a long lasting towel that not only offers superior quality but a reduced cost-per-use.

quietly and safely around people and obstacles with no risk of trips or snagging – or interruptions to switch power sockets.

A battery level indicator ensures the user knows when their machine will need recharging. A full recharge takes no more than 2.5 hours. The battery delivers 312W of vacuum motor power and a 3,000rpm brush speed.

The vacuum floats evenly over all flooring surfaces thanks to a self- adjusting nozzle, while a squeegee improves cleaning results on hard floors. Performance and productivity also benefit from an edge cleaning feature and full suction when the VBU is laid flat to clean under beds and furniture.

High filtration is provided by a HEPA 13 media bag. Replacing the dust bag is simple. The compartment unzips and the bag is automatically sealed as it’s pulled from the bag holder. Support

When paired with Star Tissue’s new Evotex Auto-Cut Dispenser, it can save up to 40% when compared to traditional C-Fold hand towel dispensers. This is due to reduced sheet consumption and wastage in addition to a more hygienic mechanism that enables you to only touch the sheet you use.

With a translucent window the remaining towel supply can be checked without the need to open the unit. It can be easily opened with the supplied key and quickly replenished.

The ecoroll brand offers a wide range of products made from soft quality 100% recycled tissue, reducing the need for virgin wood pulp which means more trees are left standing. ecoroll is well established in the market place, making it the right choice for customers and organisations who demand premium quality eco-friendly products.

videos on the Truvox website guide users on operation and maintenance of the VBU.

Khalid Saifullah, Managing Director at Star Tissue UK, said: “Star Tissue is delighted to launch the Evotex label and ecoroll brand. Evotex provides a professional solution whilst being mindful of paper consumption.

“We are very aware of our environmental responsibilities and recycling is a major priority. We actively promote recycling both internally and amongst our customers and suppliers, and we make sure all our tissue, plastic and board waste is recycled.” PRODUCTS & SERVICES | 53

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