Source: ECJ European Cleaning Journal, Nov 2016: 29-30
[…] Office trolleys should also ideally have rubber-braked wheels for safety plus buckets and a wringer for floor cleaning according to IPC sales and business development manager Adriano Mariano.
“Hotel trolley requirements are similar but here there is an increasing emphasis on aesthetics,” he said. “Trolleys are becoming promotional tools that can enhance a company’s image and we are increasingly seeing website addresses, contact details, logos, slogans and images printed on to trolleys using modern digital printing techniques.”
IPC’s Hotel Maxi and Mini Brix models are particularly suitable for linen collection in hotels, he claims. “These have practical compartments and trays for amenity items and can be equipped with shelves and drawers,” he said. “The Mini model is compact and easy to move and has been specifically designed for working in corridors and restricted spaces.
“And all Brix trolleys are equipped with noise-free rubber wheels to allow them to be used in noise-sensitive environments such as hotels, hospitals and nursing homes.” For the healthcare sector, IPC offers a Healthcare Disinfection System version of its Brix line made from antibacterial plastic to minimise the risk of spreading microorganisms. […]
Link ISSUU: http://www.europeancleaningjournal.com/magazine/editions/pdf/november-2016
Link ECJ website: http://www.europeancleaningjournal.com/magazine/articles/latest-news/a-trolley-good-fit