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Chicopee develops new system for tailor-made cleaning
Speciality cleaning wipes expert Chicopee, has developed a new dispensing system which allows users to create tailor-made, single-use wet wipes.
The Single Use Dispense System (S.U.D.S.) comes with a choice of three different types of dry wipes delivered in a perforated roll, which can be used with cleaning chemicals that users already know and trust for specific tasks.
Supplied in a portable dispenser bucket with space for labelling, the dry Chicopee wipes provide an alternative to 'one size fits all' wipes already impregnated with standard chemicals and saturation levels.
Chicopee provide guidelines for the amount of liquid needed for each application, taking into account the different wipes and chemicals, to ensure accurate chemical dwell time on surfaces and allow cleaning to be completed in one easy step.
Users can also make a note of the chemicals used and the expiration date - key for volatile disinfection solutions that expire more quickly. In addition, the S.U.D.S. system can often be operated in conjunction with the user's existing chemical dispensing system, allowing for simple, effective refilling of the dispenser bucket. The three unique types of wipes available meet the needs of professionals in the foodservice, healthcare and specialty sectors.
James Taylor, director of product marketing for Chicopee says: "S.U.D.S. provides the right wipe for the right use and ensures that every level of cleaning - from removing crumbs, to complete disinfection - upholds industry regulations and the required standards."
Hiddo Van De Ven, sales director for Chicopee, adds: "S.U.D.S. helps businesses to combine Chicopee quality and durability with chemicals they know and trust. This not only improves cleaning practices, but often shows a reduction in spend versus traditional pre-impregnated wet wipes."
8th October 2015