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There's no denying that restrooms are the number one building maintenance concern. They're probably the number one building health hazard too. That's because the public restroom is essentially a bio-hazardous waste transfer station - a primary source of infectious disease-causing organisms within a building. More alarming, studies confirm that many bio-contaminants originating in the restroom ultimately make their way throughout a building, endangering the health of occupants and visitors. The reality is that you can't have a truly healthy building if your restrooms are not hygienically cleaned.


Traditional tools, such as mops and wipes, do a poor job of removing soils and potentially harmful indoor bio-pollutants from restroom floors and surfaces. No-Touch Cleaning®, sometimes called spray-and-vac, is designed to thoroughly remove these contaminants in order to eliminate odors and reduce the risk of disease. Plus, workers are no longer forced to crawl around restroom floors, wiping contaminated fixtures and surfaces by hand.

Kaivac offers a variety of No-Touch Cleaning Systems, each combining automatic chemical metering and injection, an indoor pressure washer, and a powerful wet vacuum into an integrated system. Empowering workers to deep clean and sanitize even the filthiest restrooms without ever having to touch soiled, contaminated surfaces, KaiVac No-Touch Cleaning Systems not only clean better, but also cut labor, chemical and equipment costs while raising worker morale and image.


Cleaner, Healthier Restrooms


No-Touch Cleaning equipment removes soils, urine and germs from restroom floors and surfaces that traditional and microfiber mops leave behind. In fact, No-Touch Cleaning is proven to be 60 times more effective at removing bacterial contamination than mops, which are more likely to spread soils and germs than remove them.


Chemical-Free Speed Cleaning

In tests conducted by an independent NELAP-accredited laboratory, Kaivac's No-Touch Cleaning® system removed more than 99.9% of targeted bacteria when used with plain tap water only. Bypassing the normal chemical injection process has enabled Kaivac to develop a new high speed chemical-free approach to power cleaning a restroom. This patent-pending method is 30-50% faster than the already fast chemical-assist mode, while simplifying operation and delivering outstanding cleaning results.


Higher Productivity


No-Touch Cleaning dramatically increases productivity compared to conventional cleaning methods. According to ISSA, it takes an average of three minutes to clean a restroom fixture. In many restrooms No-Touch Cleaning cuts that time to one minute, leaving surfaces sparkling clean in one-third the time.


Saves On Equipment and Chemicals


Equipment - Our multipurpose systems help eliminate unnecessary equipment.
Chemicals - Chemical-free capability along with automatic proportioning when needed reduces costly waste.

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