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Vikan adds more colour

21 September 2018

Vikan is adding three new colours to its colour-coding system for hygienic cleaning tools – adding lime, brown and grey to its product portfolio. 

 “Vikan invented the practice of using colour-coding to segregate cleaning tools. The practice, which has now become near universal, helps facilities avoid cross-contamination and improve hygiene in cleaning and food handling alike,” said Jette Fruergaard, product manager at Vikan.

“Apart from providing more options overall, the new lime colour can be recommended for facilities that use allergens and require especially vibrant segregation colours. The brown and grey colours can be used in different applications, but are popular choices in corridors and other areas where more discreet colours would be appropriate,” continued Fruergaard.

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