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New Concept Designs On The Way For Morclean

Morclean, creators of the Binwash series, have been working on some new concept designs for the 2015/16 range, with one eye already looking forward to announcing the launch.

After the success, great results, and sales resulting from exhibiting at the Cleaning Show 2013, and ISSA/ Interclean 2014, Morclean are looking forward to exhibiting at the Cleaning Show at the Excel in London in March, as well as ISSA/Interclean Poland at the end of April. And, they

have revealed that they will have a lot to announce this year, as the brand new product design leaps from concept to manufacture.

Over the past six months, Morclean have been working on a new design concept which will re-model the way the Binwash looks today. But the improvements to design will not change or replace the workhorse of the machine – the robust galvanised steel lift mechanism – and it will still be built on Morclean’s sturdy Type Approved Trailer (EC Whole Vehicle Type Approval ECWVTA).

Peter Morley, Co-Director said: "Presently the Morclean Binwash is selling very well, and we've enjoyed great results during 2014 – but we want to do better. Improving the design of the machine will not only make the machine look more aesthetically pleasing, but will improve lead times and enable us to remain very competitive in the market place."

One of the key features is that presently, Morclean buy in proprietary water tanks and covers to make the machines with, and assemble them onto the trailer chassis, which means they can offer greatly improved lead times. However this means that they

Compact And Lightweight Hybrid Blower 3400 Packs A Punch

Rapid drying and ventilation is within easy reach following the arrival of the latest blower in the Truvox International Limited Air Mover range.

The versatile Hybrid Blower 3400 is light and compact, yet within its robust body it has the power to generate a high airfl ow for faster drying of carpets, walls and ceilings.

More compact than a traditional blower, the Hybrid Blower 3400 is also highly fl exible. The unit can be placed fl at on the ground, vertically, on its side against a wall or at a 20-degree angle to direct the airfl ow

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are limited by what they can buy and how the overall machine looks. Part of the new improvements will include rotational-moulding the tanks themselves (which means investing in and making the moulds) but once complete they can then decide how the machine will look.

Morclean say they are investing considerable time and resources in the new design, engaging a specialist product designer to work alongside their team. They feel that investment in the purchasing of the moulds now will enable them to produce their own tanks and components in the future, instead of buying them in. This means that they can control, improve, and change designs as they wish.

Peter Morley added: "We're not content with being a Products Award Winner in 2013, or winning the 2014 Green Apple Award for Environmental Best Practice, nor are we being complacent when we look back at our success following both the NEC's Cleaning Show and ISSA Interclean in Amsterdam – we're still pushing to make the Morclean Ltd Binwash machine a better product. By design.” most needed, reducing drying times.

Weighing just 8kg, the blower can be easily moved around using its in-built carry handle.

In summer, the Hybrid Blower 3400 is well suited to cooling duties as its high-performance fan promotes air circulation and ventilation.

The unit has a three-speed switch for selecting the optimal airfl ow for the job. Its high-density Polypropylene body houses a 320W electric motor, generating airfl ows up to 2722FPM.

After fl ooding, carpet cleaning, fl oor sealing, plastering or painting, or in wet entrance lobbies during wet weather, the Hybrid Blower 3400 is equipped to make building spaces ready and safe for use – sooner.

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