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Vikan launches the brush range you won't want to put down

04 February 2013

Vikan, leader in advanced hygienic cleaning solutions, introduces their improved range of cleaning brushes designed for efficiency and functionality in food production.

Users will notice quite a few differences with the new brush concept which combines hygiene and efficiency with good looks. The smooth dynamic profile and multifunctional grip points aid handling and application by offering a more comfortable and efficient grip.  Meanwhile, the non-symmetrical head includes shorter and stiffer filaments to deliver a scrubbing action and longer angled filaments to reach into corners. 

Key features with regard to the improvements in hygiene offered by the brush range are the externally angled and faceted design, minimising flat surfaces where liquids can lie as well as dirt traps. The redesigned hanging hole provides better access for cleaning and encourages the tool to be placed on a hook for storage.

"The innovative hand brush design is an excellent example of how the collaborative dialogue we maintain with our customers delivers real benefits in the form of new products that directly solve their cleaning challenges," says Global R&D Manager and Hygiene Specialist at Vikan, Debra Smith.  "These brushes are designed to deliver the optimal efficiency and hygienic cleaning our customers expect from Vikan, but also look appealing and feel good in the hand."

Available in a colour coded range of eight colours and autoclavable, the brush forms part of Vikan's comprehensive package of tailor-made tools and equipment designed to secure high hygiene standards, product choice and value for money. 


To find out more call 01793 716760, email sales@vikan.co.uk or check the web:  www.vikan.co.uk


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