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Pulire Verona launches Pulire 2.0

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This year the Pulire Verona Show saw the launch of Pulire 2.0, an ‘interactive event’ available on smart phones and tablets which have two applications: one for exhibitors and one for visitors. The entire catalogue was online with assigned QR codes, which facilitated as a match-making system for managing appointment books and agendas as well as the real time monitoring of visitors arriving at the show.

“In an increasingly more connected society, Pulire uses the newest technology so that the trade show does not end after the three days of the event. Pulire 2.0 is a place of constant meeting, real and virtual, for an open, interactive exchange between supply and demand of professional cleaning,” says Toni D’Andrea.

This year’s Pulire Awards at the Verona show were bagged by Karcher, Diversey and Nilfisk among others.

• Karcher RM99 solar cleaner

With the boom in solar energy production, the industry is facing a problem of maintaining the solar panels. Karcher’s innovation aims to solve the problem of maintaining solar panels with its iSolar, a new accessory for pressure washers is designed for the thorough cleaning of solar panels. Dirt can reduce the energy output of solar modules by up to 20%.

Featuring rotary brushes with non-scratch nylon bristles and a lightweight telescopic lance that can extend up to 40m this accessory can clean up to 1,500sqm of panel, quickly and cost-effectively. There is a one-brush version for smaller surfaces and a two brush version for larger installations.

Also part of the system is the RM 99 low-alkali detergent designed specifically for solar modules. In areas where there is lots of agriculture the panels become slimy so a chemical cleaner is needed.

The slightly alkaline detergent (the pH value of the concentrate is 9) is biodegradable and very economical: one litre of concentrate is enough to clean about 500sqm. Another important part of the package is the WS mobile water softening system which decalcifies water, reliably on site.

• Diversey’s mopping system

Diversey’s new mopping system is claimed to be the only no-touch, double sided mop system in the market. Instead of Velcro, the mop has plastic spines that are forced outwards when the mop is applied to the floor catching on the mop head and holding it fast.

While changing the mop head, a simple action draws the spikes in and the mop head can be released straight into the bucket with no need for the operator to touch the mop head at any stage of the process. For extra hygiene, both the frame and the plastic part of the mop head have a special coating designed to kill bacteria.

The colour coding system has also been integrated in the mops; there are loops of several colours allowing the users to simply cut off those that aren’t appropriate for the system being followed. It also boosts of a lightweight, telescopic handle which enables the mop to be adapted to suit the height of each user.

• Nilfisk Aspiratori Serie VL500 vacs

Launched at the show, the VL500 series wet/dry vacuum cleaning machine by Nilfisk, has been built to simplify cleaning for women. Its pivot system is designed to make emptying easy; it uses the weight of the head to provide the gravitational pull required to tilt the drum to the angle needed to drain the contents.

It has a dual filtration system, that doesn’t require change according to the material to be pumped. Same filter can be used for both the powders and liquids and for filter changes; the operator does not need to remove the cylinder head.

The tilting system allows the operator to empty a heavier tank (75litre capacity) without effort, and without removing the engine head. It makes cleaning faster, safer and less tiring for the operator.

 

 

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