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Contractors love Omniflex as it does a lot for very little!

* Kaivac.jpgAs usual there was a crowd taking in the demonstrations on the Kaivac stand, every time we walked past.

“It’s not surpising,” said Marc Ferguson. “The contractors love it as it does a lot for very little!”

Omniflex is the entry level variant of the No-Touch Cleaning Systems offered by Kaivac. It can be purchased as a basic unit with a powerful wet vacuum and then be added to, in order to offer automatic chemical metering and injection and an indoor pressure washer.

Empowering workers to deep clean and sanitise without ever having to touch soiled, contaminated surfaces, Kaivac No-Touch Cleaning Systems not only clean better, but also cut labour, chemical and equipment costs while raising worker morale and image. In fact, scientific research shows them to be 60 times more effective at reducing bacterial contamination than some traditional mops, which if not used properly, can sometimes spread contaminants rather than remove them.

The systems are designed to thoroughly remove contaminants to eliminate odours and reduce the risk of disease. Plus, workers are no longer forced to crawl around washroom floors, wiping contaminated fixtures and surfaces by hand.

No-Touch Cleaning dramatically increases productivity compared to conventional cleaning methods. According to the ISSA, it takes an average of three minutes to clean a washroom fixture. In many washrooms, No-Touch Cleaning cuts that time to one minute, leaving surfaces sparkling clean in one-third of the time.

The multipurpose systems help eliminate unnecessary equipment and the automatic proportioning of chemicals reduces costly waste.

www.kaivac.com

3rd October 2013




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