Floor cleaning should always be effective, but in some sectors and situations customers need to see it being performed professionally too, says Stephen Pinhorne, UK National Sales Manager at Truvox International, who outlines the lead role of the modern battery-powered scrubber-dryer.
For the hotel or leisure facility manager, there tends to be only one challenge greater than meeting custo...
1. What are the key issues/challenges at the moment for floor cleaning in hospitals and how have your products/services evolved to address these?
One of the main issues is the time it takes to complete cleaning tasks. Budgets are under pressure and there is a need to do more with less, so cleaning in a quicker, more efficient way, helps to achieve this aim. The well-being of operatives is...
Lesley Davis from Truvox International explains how keeping floors clean in hospitals and other healthcare environments can help reduce the spread of infections.
The cleaning of healthcare facilities is inextricably linked to the levels of clinical care provided, and perceptions surrounding service delivery. This means that flooring has a lot to live up to when it comes to healthcare environments...
Infection control teams are increasingly requesting that neutral detergents and taurine-based products are used to clean safety flooring, which is a popular flooring material for healthcare settings – but these need to be applied by a machine to be truly effective. Operatives using conventional mops can’t put enough pressure on the floor to ensure total efficacy. Neutral detergents wil...
Properly executed floor cleaning regimes can help to reduce the spread of infections in hospitals and other healthcare environments, as Natalie Dowse, Marketing and Product Manager for Truvox International, explains.
The spread of infections and viruses can have a significantly negative effect in a number of different locations and settings - such as schools, leisure centres and the workplace - b...