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FLOORCARE NEEDS Visitors to the Facilities Show can get up to speed on the most effective cleaning options for all their floorcare needs on the Truvox International stand.

Renowned for its comprehensive product range, Truvox will be exhibiting several new additions alongside its established line-up of market-leading machines.

From polishing to scrubbing, and vacuuming to deep cleaning, the array of models on show meets the key floorcare requirements of every cleaning and facilities manager.

The Multiwash 340 Pump/Battery is the cordless model in the flagship scrubber dryer range. This scrubs, washes and dries floors in one pass, running 50 minutes on one charge.

Hydration is an important workplace issue which becomes all the more vital in the summer months as temperatures rise. Research has shown that a lack of concentration could be down to dehydration.

Not only is it a legal requirement for employers to provide access to drinking water for their staff, but research shows that being hydrated results in improved mental performance as well as combating tiredness and fatigue which will all help boost productivity for the business.

Vivreau, a global leader and innovator in the development and manufacture of purified drinking water systems, recommends providing chilled sparkling water as well as still, and offering fruit infusions.

Fruit infusions is a new trend which is becoming increasingly popular with the health conscious. Offering staff refreshing still or sparkling water with a fruit infusion will encourage them to drink more.


Representing the wide Truvox rotary range, is the ultra-high-speed Orbis UHS 1500 Burnisher. Its ergonomic design allows operators to sustain high productivity over long cleaning shifts, while a folding handle makes it easy to store this single-disc rotary. Its battery-powered variant is the Orbis Cordless Burnisher.

Carpet maintenance is completely covered too, from vacuuming to deep-clean encapsulation. Truvox vacuums range from the high-output Valet Wide Area Vac, with a 70cm cleaning width, to the lightweight and comfortable Valet BackPack.

Fruit infusions in Vivreau’s reusable Designer Twist bottle will also look fantastic on a boardroom table for summer meetings, branded with the company logo.

Vivreau’s Vi tap clients have found that staff are constantly rehydrating as a result of installing the product. John Haskell, Contracts Manager at Springer Nature commented: “I would say that the Vi tap system is one of the most used items of equipment that we have on the premises. With the proximity of the Vi tap, staff are constantly topping up their bottles

Spotting and spray extraction is the forte of the Hydromist range – with a choice of models geared to the size of area maintained, foot traffic and embedded dirt and stains.

The Cimex-Encap process rejuvenates the most jaded and stained carpets as the Cimex Cyclone agitates the fibres and disperses solution that traps soils for removal.

Carpet drying – and emergency response to floods and spills – is speedy with the Air Mover range. The compact Hybrid Blower 3400 packs big drying power in a handy, lightweight body.

Experts on all aspects of floorcare will be on hand at the Truvox stand, N1150.

and taking them back to their desks, so they rehydrate on a regular basis.”

Vivreau’s Vi tap dispenses mains-fed purified, chilled, still, sparkling and instant boiling hot water from one single tap with a touch sensor control and zero splash. Vivreau’s Vi tap Plus is also available to fill bottles easily from an extended height.

Incorporating high performance ice bank refrigeration, the Vi tap is capable of delivering high quantities of chilled water per hour – ideal for a busy office with lots of thirsty staff.

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