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Diversey STAND C37


Diversey returns to The Cleaning Show for the first time in over a decade to discuss how its innovations and full solutions capabilities offer cleaning teams new ways of working that are more effective, affordable and sustainable.


Internet of Clean: Diversey’s innovative platform offers new ways to support interactive remote monitoring of laundry equipment, floor care machines and dishwashers. It also enables expert advice to be provided direct to end users on a range of devices to enhance their understanding and productivity, with new, improved analytics. Remote guidance offers an innovative way to manage breakdowns and issues quickly, remotely and with minimum fuss.


Healthcare Infection Prevention: Recent innovations include additions to the Oxivir range of broad-spectrum disinfectants, cleaner-disinfectants and related products for superior, simpler and faster surface disinfection. Tested to relevant EN standards and effective against bacteria, viruses and yeasts in demanding environments. Diversey recently introduced fast and powerful UV-C capabilities into its infection prevention portfolio: Moonbeam3 for rooms and equipment and SKY7Xi for portable devices provide adjunct disinfection against a wide range of pathogens on frequently-touched, hard-to-clean surfaces which complements and enhances existing cleaning and hygiene processes.


WhiffAway STAND F12


Waterless urinal technology specialists, WhiffAway Group, will be exhibiting at The Cleaning Show.


WhiffAway’s fully recyclable Waterless


Urinal System removes the need for customers to change urinal fixtures to go waterless and results in significant savings in energy and water consumption – and money – as well as eliminating urinal odours. Alongside its own global washroom brands, WhiffAway also contract manufactures bespoke solutions for many OEM, merchant and hygiene companies.


Beyond waterless urinals, WhiffAway is also at the forefront 66 | THE CLEANING SHOW 2019


of biological solutions and waste to energy systems. In addition, working with a consortium of specialist partners, WhiffAway Group has developed a market leading IoT solution for washrooms, enabling facilities management companies to better deploy resources and increase operational performance.


WhiffAway CEO, James McLean, said: “There is so much more to WhiffAway than you might think. Alongside the obvious benefits of odour elimination and significant water, energy and cash saving, our fully-recyclable solutions also eliminate flooding, improve hygiene and use no harmful chemicals.


“Supporting our world-class products, we provide a fully serviced solution for our customers which includes regular service visits – guaranteeing peace of mind.


“From waterless urinals to smart washrooms, we are looking forward to showing our range of washroom solutions at The Cleaning Show in March.”


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TASKI Machine Innovations: Diversey’s next- generation, hands-free TASKI swingobot 2000 robotic scrubber drier works on its own to enhance floor cleaning productivity and frees operatives to focus on additional value-added and profit- generating tasks. The latest TASKI aero tub and backpack vacuum cleaners are among the quietest and most energy- efficient commercial machines on the market.


TASKI Tool Innovations: New enclosed trolley and tools, including the innovative diamond-impregnated Twister by Diversey pads.


Diversey is also supporting the Cleaning Show’s VIP lounge, and plans to host its own special event during the exhibition to promote opportunities for networking between customers, industry experts and thought leaders.


www.diversey.com


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