PUR-O-ZONE's industry veterans can assist you with appropriate levels of cleaning management analysis for your industry and size of facility. Most help is free, so just click above to draw on over 70 years of regional cleaning management experience.

Kelly Montgomery
North-Central Kansas

Sales Representative
Topeka, KS
(785) 221-0703

kmontgomery@purozone.com

Wednesday
Dec302009

No-Touch Cleaning Helps Fewer People Do More

Kaivac's 2150 UnitThere's no question, the verdict has been in for some time. No-Touch cleaning - using a self-contained, portable, pressure-washing and HEPA vacuuming system - is not only healthier for the operator and much more effective removing odor-causing microorganisms, but it is also much more productive as well.

These platforms are great for tiled restrooms even if there are no drains. But they are also great for stairwells, mats, outdoor walkways, locker rooms, showers, cafeterias, kitchens and anywhere a multi-purpose wet and dry platform can assist you. Which is just about everywhere. Restrooms are completed in about a third the time of conventional methods, and much more completely. Using HFFE (High-Flow Fluid Extraction) techniques, tile grout, areas behind toilets, undersides of sinks, behind faucets, floor corners, kitchen areas underneath tables and stoves and drains are all blasted free of germs and build-ups that mops just leave behind. All done in a portion of the time of mopping. The R.O.I. is excellent. Used consistently, your restrooms and kitchens will smell cleaner and will be more germ-free.

If you are interested in greener cleaning, you should know that Kaivac just received EPA registration of this methodology as a "Sanitizing Device" using no chemistry at all! Obviously, many jobs will still require chemistry, but the point is clear, mopping and sponging germs around the restroom or kitchen can be a thing of the past.

Hillyard C2 unit.These platforms are versatile and can stand in for a lot of other equipment, too. So for a capital outlay that will eventually translate into reducing your people costs, they are hard to beat. The vacuum is HEPA filtered, and also serves as a blower/dryer. You can deep-clean stairwells, then remove all the liquid for a clean you can't get from mopping or sweeping. In classrooms, the vacuum system is fast and efficient. For accidents involving vomit or body fluids, they are the way to go. All the liquid is quarantined, and there is no cross-contamination between recovered liquid and fresh liquid sprayed to start the next cleaning job.

There are a number of systems out there. Let me help you look at one that fits your needs.  

 

Wednesday
Dec232009

A fantastic combo!

I feel blessed to have the best of two important cleaning worlds. First, I work for the best regional distributor (and manufacturer) of janitorial supplies in the Midwest. In addition, that distributor partners with the best national manufacturer and educator of janitorial systems in the world. The PUR-O-ZONE-Hillyard partnership could not be better for the customers in my territory. Both headquarters are nearby, and I have access to janitorial brainpower and training resources that are truly mind boggling. At least it boggles my mind on occasion.

I can help you apply computer-analysis techniques to the custodial program in your facility (search "CCAP" information on our site) and use education and measurement methods through our Alignment Process to perhaps improve on where you thought you could be. Slashing budgets is widespread - what is unique is our approach of taking your best people and increasing productivity to compensate and even overcome those reductions without jeopardizing the quality of your staff.

I have access to some of the top educators not just in this area, but worldwide, through Hillyard's education systems which are really awesome. PUR-O-ZONE is also a heavily education-oriented corporation that can help you with anything from pandemic planning to green, sustainable building practices.

Join me and I promise to help you do more with less!