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Brushing away safety and hygiene doubts

11 July 2016

The hygienic brush range from Teknomek offers a tough polypropylene body and polyester filaments, which makes each brush durable, lightweight and water resistant. 

Comfort of the user has been considered in the design. Hand brushes, for example, have swan neck handles to elevate the hand and prevent knuckle injury in use. There are also a variety of filament options – soft, medium or stiff – to ensure the most suitable brush is used for the job in hand. 

Teknomek brushes have been independently tested for compliance in food environments and all components are also FDA/EU approved. Brushes, brooms and handles are autoclavable, and most Teknomek brushes are also dishwasher safe. 

Brushes are available in different colours, mounted on shadow boards, to comply with HACCP-based food management systems. The range also includes brushes that can be picked up by metal and X-ray detectors, for added safety in food processing environments.

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