Truvox International has launched a new, re-designed range of their Multiwash™ scrubber dryers.
“Our Multiwash II has been the benchmark for scrubber dryers for many years, and we are delighted to be launching the new Multiwash™ Pro range,” says Truvox International Executive Director, Gordon McVean. “The new three-product range washes, scrubs and dries in a single pass, giving improved and unrivalled cleaning results, and leaving floors ready for your customers and staff to walk on.”
Effective on all floors – from carpets to hard floors, and escalators to entrance matting, the Multiwash™ Pro leaves floors ready to walk on in minutes. Available in 24cm, 34cm and 44cm cleaning widths, the Multiwash™ Pro delivers productivity rates from 250 m3/h to 450 m3/h, and is easy to assemble, use and maintain. The new design features an increased brush diameter to provide improved cleaning performance, and the tanks are accessible and easily removed for fast filling, emptying and cleaning. The Multiwash™ Pro delivers exceptional productivity with a 4 litre tank, while an optional 7 litre tank is also available.
“Our Multiwash II is so popular, that customers might be surprised we have been able to make it even better,” says Gordon McVean. “As a leading global manufacturer and supplier of commercial and industrial floorcare machines, we are on a constant journey to improve our product lines and we’ve invested heavily to re-design the machine which effectively and efficiently delivers increased productivity. In fact, the versatile machines’ increased brush diameter gives up to 12% more scrubbing power.
“Since the pandemic, hygiene has become the biggest priority in all premises and cleaning has become more of a ‘front of house activity’, so a top priority during the design process was to ensure that the Multiwash Pro range is simple and easy to use, while also looking great.”
Truvox International – which is based at Hamilton Business Park in Hedge End, Southampton – launched Multiwash™ Pro at The London Cleaning Show, and at The London Vet Show in November 2021.