* Cleanzine_logo_3a.jpgCleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 19th April 2018 Issue no. 818

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Leonard.jpg“Infyniti represents the most up-to-date concept when it comes to concentrated detergent refills,” said Christian Ardizzono from Arco.

“In fact, from a simple unit-dose, it’s possible to obtain all the possible combinations required in terms of common traditional products for the hand and machine cleaning of floors, windows and furniture and for the sanitisation of bathrooms.

“This system can reduce costs by 30% when compared to traditional bottles and tanks. Moreover, our dosing packages – unlike many others on the market – don’t need to melt, thus reducing the waiting time to zero and allowing the operator to start work immediately.

“Infyniti also brings a reduction in the use of packaging material, bottles, tanks and transport costs. One 6Kg carton of Infyniti concentrated product, containing 60 unit-doses of 100ml, can produce traditional detergent for up to eight times its weight. As the tank and bottle are both reusable, less plastic needsto be disposed of. Further, the unit dose blister is suitable for waste separation and recycling, so this system is very eco-friendly.”

Christian showed us that all you need to do is open the unit-dose and obtain the correct cleaning or ready-to-use solution according to the capacity of the container to be used; tank, bottle, scrubber dryer tank, bucket etc, and you’re ready to go.

“As well as reducing the dosing time, this system always offers the right dilution for every application. It reduces warehouse space requirements and transport costs, reduces waste and shortages and improves operator safety.

“The system is equipped with the software that facilitates the accurate calculation of the unit-doses to be used, according to a pre-set precedent.”


22nd May 2013

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