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Be in control of your washroom with new Scott Control range
Kimberly-Clark Professional has launched the new Scott Control Toilet Tissue system to complete its Scott Control washroom solution. Now available as a full range of products, the new system provides facilities managers with the highest standards of hygiene without compromising on efficiency - delivering an uncompromised clean, every single time.
The manufacturer tells us that this latest addition has the highest capacity centrefeed system on the market. It comes with guaranteed 100% dispensing reliability and is compatible with the Aquarius Dispenser - which the company says is the most hygienic dispenser versus the competition.
"The Scott Control washroom solution enables facilities teams to deliver innovation to their customers to help improve washroom standards and user satisfaction," says James Hallam, EMEA brand manager, Kimberly-Clark Professional. "The operational, usage and cost efficiencies mean facilities managers can deliver the best washroom experience with no compromise."
The system has been specifically designed to help control usage in the washroom whilst providing the highest standards of hygiene. The centrefeed format brings controlled single sheet dispensing, helping to reduce usage of toilet tissue. For the facilities manager, this has a positive impact on cost. It also reduces the likelihood of toilet blockages and waste paper on the floor, both issues require additional maintenance and incur extra cost.
With high capacity 314m rolls containing 1280 sheets, the system helps reduce refill events to improve staff efficiencies and freeing up time to carry out other cleaning tasks.
The consistent, smooth dispensing means the system is 100% reliable every single time. User satisfaction is enhanced further by the soft Scott 2-ply tissue, which is also designed to dissolve and break down in water, helping to prevent the headache of blockages and keep toilet maintenance down.
Scott Control toilet tissue is dispensed through the one-wipe-clean Aquarius dispenser. This sealed unit has no dirt traps. The roll is fully enclosed in the dispenser, which prevents cross-contamination as users only touch the sheet they use and the roll isn't exposed to airborne germ particles. The flat-to-wall design makes the Aquarius dispenser an excellent choice for use in small spaces. It also has an enclosed lockable system, limiting the possibilities to damage or tamper with the unit.
The Scott Control washroom range also includes, the Scott Control Rolled Hand Towel System and the Scott Control Foam Hand Cleanser System... The complete solution helps to fight against the spread of germs at every stage of the washroom.
The Scott Control Rolled Hand Towel is designed for improved efficiency and hygiene. The Scott Control Rolled Hand Towel system provides 40% more hand dries, meaning fewer refills than equivalent competitor systems. The system has a never run out feature that ensures a continuous and reliable rolled hand towel supply. The stub roll does not feed twice, and the transition to the new roll is seamless. This means less time is required for refilling dispensers and the single-sheet dispensing system helps keep washrooms tidier making less work for facilities managers and busy cleaning teams.
The final product in the range is Scott Control Foam Frequent Use Hand Cleanser. It is perfect for frequent use as it has no added fragrances or dyes and is enriched with moisturiser. The foam Hand Cleanser comes in a hygienically sealed cassette with an integrated pump, and also has cost-in-use efficiency benefits when compared to a liquid soap. It delivers 2,500 shots from the one-litre cassette compared with 1,000 shots for the liquid alternative. Foam soap may also help facilities managers to achieve sustainability targets as it uses between 16-45% less water to wash hands than using liquid soap. For every 100-people employed this equates to a potential annual reduction in water usage of as much as 56,000 litres.
18th January 2018