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SCOTT & SONS Following hot on the heels of the company’s recently launched new 79-page Sales Brochure, January sees the launch of a new look website from Robert Scott & Sons, which, in line with the sales brochure, features its full range of janitorial cleaning products, including the full Contico branded range.

Robert Scott is the UK’s largest supplier of cleaning products to the professional Janitorial sector with a portfolio of well over 2,000 products. The new look website reflects the full extent and diversity of their range using a clean and contemporary design to provide quick and easy


ROAD THIS WINTER To support infection control departments and facilities managers, a unique, fast-response service – the TEAL Task Force (TTF) – has been created to help tackle medical emergencies this winter.

TEAL Patents – the world’s leading manufacturer of portable, hot water, hand wash units that require no access to mains water or drainage – launched the new service last September which has a next day delivery of hired, portable, hand wash units.

The TEAL Task Force is ideal when a hired unit is required at short notice, not only to resolve infection outbreaks but also when there is interruption in mains water supplies due to plumbing failures or building works.

Manty Stanley, Managing Director of TEAL Patents, said: “TEAL has been working closely with infection control departments for more than 15 years with the mission to reduce the risk of the spread of infection due to poor hand hygiene by helping people wash

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selection of products. The site also features videos of new products and how to use them, regular news updates and, if required, the ability to download brochures and sales information sheets.

Alastair Scott, Sales Director at Robert Scott said: “Quicker, brighter and easier to use, this new website perfectly reflects the single source buying solution that we can now offer to customers both old and new – a combination of exceptional service levels and one delivery and invoice centre for our entire range of cleaning hardware, textiles and mopping services.

“The launch of our new sales brochure and website follows the opening of our 73,000 sq ft of new warehousing in Rochdale, which is now fully operational and provides us with high

their hands properly whenever and wherever they need to.

“Due to fast-spreading winter bugs and common viruses such as norovirus and influenza in the cooler months, all healthcare organisations must have multiple hand washing facilities readily available.

level storage for over 4,800 pallets, together with 18,000 shelf locations and 30,000 sq ft of flooring for bulk raw material storage. This now means that we have the capacity to source, manufacture and stock a huge range of cleaning products to provide our customers with a fast and efficient service – all of which is reflected in the new brochure and website.”

“As with all orders in the UK, TTF units are delivered within 24 hours because we understand the ‘need for speed’ when containing the spread of infection.”

The TEAL units are self-contained and free-standing. Suitable for staff, patients and visitors, each unit is sited and set-up by the TTF and comes complete with liquid soap and paper towels.

The Stop n’Wash machine has been developed in collaboration with leaders in NHS infection control. Designed to educate and encourage the correct hand wash procedure, the Stop n’Wash includes a synchronised video display which takes users through an automatic programme, incorporating the seven handwashing actions laid down by NHS guidelines.

Being touch-free and fully automatic, the device has no levers or taps to re- infect hands. The TEAL Stop n’Wash simply needs a daily disinfection procedure to keep it pathogen-safe.

TEAL’s Stop n’Wash is available from TEAL Patents with or without the expert support of the TTF and can be delivered to any UK mainland address the next day.

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