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Hydro Systems introduces RiteFlex handheld dispensing system solutions
Hydro Systems has introduced its new family of RiteFlex portable dispensing products. The patent pending product range features a handheld
dispenser available in single and dual flow, and a foamer/sprayer.
"Handheld dispensers offer numerous benefits, including versatility and the convenience of being ready to use without installation, training or additional equipment," said Matt Hayas, global product manager, Hydro Systems.
"For end users who don't want the investment of a wall-mounted dispenser, or chemical suppliers who want to provide customers with convenience similar to ready-to-use products, our RiteFlex products offer the perfect solution."
The handheld dispenser offers a low-cost, portable means of accurately diluting concentrated cleaning products to fill mop buckets, sinks, auto scrubbers, tanks and other containers. The single flow version has a 2.2 gallons per minute (GPM) flow rate while the dual flow is available in both 1.0 and 3.0 GPM.
The foamer/sprayer offers a low cost, portable means of foaming and spraying chemicals - the perfect solution to clean and sanitise large areas quickly, safely and efficiently. This method allows chemical to soak into crevices and other hard-to-reach areas. Foam increases surface contact time with your preferred cleaning product, leaving you with a more sanitary environment. This product is available with a 2.2 GPM flow rate.
RiteFlex dispensers work with any bottle or insert and include a tether with a tube. Its ergonomic tether design eliminates the need to carry a heavy chemical container and allows dispensing or foaming from any size container with any size thread.
"RiteFlex dispensers are cost-effective options that allow cleaning professionals to use chemical immediately and effectively," adds Matt. "Especially during outbreaks and pandemics, it's important to have easy-to-use equipment on hand, as well as foaming capabilities for added assurance that cleaning and disinfecting has been performed properly."
22nd October 2020