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Everyone can be part of the cleaning evolution with new Crossover modular system

* OmniFlex-Evolution.jpgCleaning is evolving, and neither the size of a building nor a small cleaning budget need hold back progress -thanks to an impressive modular cleaning system - says Denis Rawlins.

The company behind the 'Chop the Mop' campaign is promoting the OmniFlex Crossover Cleaning System as an alternative to traditional mopping that allows businesses on any budget to achieve more hygienic cleaning.

Highly flexible, OmniFlex is designed to encourage users to move away from methods that risk cross-contamination - by spreading soils and merely rinsing - to soil removal.

At its most basic, the system uses a patented trolley bucket that ensures only fresh, non-contaminated solution goes on the floor. It also controls how much solution is applied, avoiding costly wastage. Combined with a specially designed Ergo Mop, this boosts productivity and effectiveness significantly.
OmniFlex components offer a complete floorcare system for cleaning, degreasing, stripping, waxing and more.

"OmniFlex can grow with your business needs, and it can be converted in seconds to dispense and vac, spray and squeegee, or spray and vac," says James White, managing director of Denis Rawlins. "This system lets you customise your cleaning system for virtually any task or surface in a building. Just begin with the components you need now, and then add others as your cleaning needs evolve."

Tests in the US showed that the OmniFlex AutoVac removed more than 99% of targeted soil, while a new microfibre mop only removed 51%.

"A scrubber dryer achieved the same high performance in the test, but would not be practicable for many applications suited to the AutoVac," adds James. "The full AutoVac system can clean more than 16,000 square feet an hour. It's simple to learn, use and maintain, and disassembles for easy transportation.

"When the user is ready, the OmniFlex pump component adds a cost-effective indoor pressure washer to the system."

Denis Rawlins is UK and Ireland distributor for Kaivac, the US manufacturer of the OmniFlex and No Touch Cleaning systems.

www.rawlins.co.uk

2nd April 2015




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