TECHNOLOGIES Grange Technologies, the new brand for Grange Europe’s range of IoT monitoring and compliance technologies, is offering a series of hygiene and cleanliness monitoring solutions for everyone.

From footfall monitoring to customer feedback, our portfolio of devices provide data across a wide range of key performance parameters. Grange Technologies Hygiene Monitoring offer includes Hygiene360, which provides a visible countdown to the next cleaning due time, and records when an area has been cleaned.

Hygiene360 also includes enhanced customer feedback, customer and staff issue reporting, and our best- ever footfall device. Our all-new dynamic routelist, also means you can be sure you are targeting the right location at the right time.

Hygiene360Lite is our latest innovation. An enhanced version of

our popular Hygiene Monitor range, Hygiene360Lite is a battery operated, IoT SIM connected device which offers improved configuration management with an online management and data portal and enhanced shift management for more flexible operation. Its Hygiene Monitors remain as popular and as important as ever, playing a key role in visible hygiene compliance across a range of industries.

In what has been a busy year for the Grange Europe team, its range has been extended to include feedback and footfall counting as separate and distinct products in their own right. Feedback247 offers a fully customisable survey platform with a

distinctive kiosk stand for operation in a variety of locations – anywhere where good service matters. Footfall247 is the company’s footfall tracking technology which can be installed quickly and is its most accurate footfall device ever.

“We’ve been busy. We’re seeing a real increase in demand for monitoring systems across many industries which has led to us developing products beyond our core ‘hygiene’ range. Grange Technologies is our way of recognising that change, while retaining our popular Hygiene company brand,” said Jonathan Bradford.

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independent auditing process. In its most recent inspection, Jangro scored 99.7%.

This provides customers with the assurance that the products they purchase are fit-for-purpose, meet industry standards, and are reliable both in terms of their high quality and the exact quantity promised on the packaging.


CONFIDENCE WITH JANGRO Earlier last month, the UK Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) advised buyers against purchasing from new, unethical, and profiteering companies. Following this recent warning, Jangro, one of the first distributors to be accredited by the CHSA’s Accredited Distributors Scheme, is reassuring customers that they are committed

16 | TOMORROW’S FM to quality, reliability, and prices.

As a member of the CHSA’s Accredited Distributors Scheme, Jangro is bound by a ‘Code of Practice’. This includes a declaration to only stock and offer for sale CHSA Accredited products, or products that conform to the same standards as required by the relevant CHSA Manufacturing Standards Accreditation Scheme. Compliance is guaranteed by a random, rigorous

Jo Gilliard, CEO of Jangro, commented: “As a well-established player in the industry, and one of the first to sign up to the CHSA’s Code of Practice, Jangro is committed to raising the bar for quality, reliability, and ethics in the UK cleaning and hygiene industry.

“Despite a phenomenal increase in demand for essential items, such as hand sanitiser, PPE, and disinfectants, we continue to trade responsibly. I am proud of the entire Jangro network, who are working hard to look after our customers, and are making every effort to meet demand in these challenging times.”

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