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Highly adaptable system improves productivity
Time saving, high level of area output and performance are essential factors for an efficient work process in commercial and industrial cleaning environments. With its multifunctional product line, Wessel-Werk supplies several vacuum cleaner nozzles that adapt optimally to complex cleaning environments and achieve a broad variety of cleaning requirements.
ClickBrush is equally suitable for dry, wet and upholstery cleaning. Due to a quick-change click system and various attachments with different working widths, the nozzle can be adapted to the area of application and the space which is to be cleaned in just a matter of seconds.
A benefit and special feature of the tool is an upholstery nozzle, which is integrated into the carrier plate. It enables the cleaning of textile surfaces such as pillows, sofas or chairs and is immediately ready for use.
"The special thing about ClickBrush is that it can be extended with new functions again and again," explains Wolfgang Geurden, head of marketing and sales at Wessel-Werk. "In addition to an attachment which turns the upholstery nozzle into a dusting brush, a storage bag that can be attached to the vacuum cleaner as well as inserts to increase the suction power during wet vacuuming, are already part of the accessory assortment for ClickBrush.
A nozzle that also provides a time advantage in floor cleaning is RD 285 Designation. The universal nozzle can be used on hard floors as well as on carpets. Equipped with an attachable mop, the RD 285 Designation facilitates suction and wiping at the same time.
A further accessory fits it with additional lint pickers to ensure a more effective hair removal from textile surfaces. Apart from this, with its flat design and small working width, RD 285 Designation is an ideal compromise between handiness and area efficiency.
2nd April 2020