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VDM presents 'DMX' - the evolution of the MX project
Innovative, with technological solutions that make it really special, the new series of DMX multiservice trolleys represents the evolution of Italian manufacturer VDM's MX project...
This line, designed to cope with the diverse demands of the contract cleaning market, includes all the features needed to clean in every type of environment, efficiently and with controlled timing.
VDM tells us it was the first to realise the market need to work with multipurpose trolleys that would:
* Guarantee the final results
* Control the time necessary for the operator to do the job
* Reduce the operator's effort
* Assure the operator's safety during his or her working day
* Reduce the environmental impact
The DMX line is made of top quality plastics (polypropylene copolymer / polycarbonate / glass fibre) and AISI 304 stainless steel components. All DMX trolleys offer excellent manoeuverability based on the results of specific studies during their design - plus they are resistant to any oxidizing agent.
Another big plus is that the trolleys are all treated with Microban antibacterial protection. This is a targeted protection that is particularly useful in areas where it is important to prevent the growth of potentially harmful bacteria. Microban protection is built-in during the manufacturing process of the trolleys and does not wash off or wear away by successive cleanings... It is designed to provide continuous protection for the entire life of the trolley and it makes the surface of VDM trolleys hostile to microorganisms, inhibiting bacterial growth and reproduction.
To ensure compliance with quality and testing processes, VDM and Microban continue to work together to deliver to the high standards demanded by the Microban Quality Assurance programme with post-production testing of the trolleys, production plant audits and periodic antibacterial testing performed at independent laboratories.
12th April 2012