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CLEANING VAC TO BUSINESS


With 43% of lower level occupations currently filled by EU nationals, the cleaning sector could be facing a huge labour crisis in the years to come. The changing vacuum market may help subside the repercussions of the predicted productivity and recruitment gaps, suggests John Brill, Sales Director for Nilfisk.


Commercial vacuums From dry canister to uprights, portable backpacks to battery operated, and wet to dry vacuums, the current market has driven product development to what it is today. With so many different applications it is essential to have a full range available for the customer and to back that up with strong advice and support.


Understanding what machines are available and selecting the best fit is not always easy, so we encourage customers to consider the features and benefits across the range, particularly when it comes to productivity, ease of use and the total cost of ownership for the client.


A classic example of this are our compact and mobile GD5 backpacks that are perfect for cleaning where space is limited such as cinemas and trains. The GD5 battery unit eliminates the need for power cords and outlets providing maximum freedom to clean and 2 x 36V lithium batteries provide continuous cleaning with a run time of one hour and a best in class charge time of only 40 minutes. An additional boost button


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provides for extra suction power where it is needed. Whilst sales of ergonomic backpacks are low there is undoubtedly a need for them within the FM sector.


“Understanding what


There will always be a place for a low-cost tub vacuum, but a decent share of the market still goes to high end machines with HEPA filtration, low noise and stronger build construction. In fact, the Nilfisk Group still has one of its oldest stainless-steel vacuums in production, the VP930, which remains a very popular choice in the hotel sector. Its low noise level of 42 dB(A) really makes daytime cleaning a reality. There is a big requirement for low noise level vacuums so cleaning can continue without disruption to the public during daytime hours. Low noise is often an underrated feature, but it is critical when it comes to guest satisfaction so careful selection of vacuum equipment is advised.


machines are available and selecting the best fit is not always easy.”


Nilfisk’s product development teams are good at identifying gaps in the market, developing products that meet a specific need, often at an acceptable price point. Our VU500 upright vacuum is a good example


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