HAMILTON, OH — Kaivac Inc. has announced the launch of an Integrated Cleaning and Measurement or ICM™ Field Lab Program designed to engage local scientists and consultants to assist with field measurement and interpretation of data for meaningful results and continuous process improvement, according to a press release.
"Our experience based on involvement with thousands of comparative Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) measurements is that we have just scratched the surface of the potential of measurement in all its forms to improve performance and cleaning’s ability to affect the bottom line of business," said Bob Robinson, Sr., president of Kaivac Inc.
"To take it to the next level, we need experts in the field who can support measurement, see results firsthand to convince themselves and others and help facilities systematically select processes for better, faster and healthier outcomes," Robinson added.
Elliott Affiliates Ltd., a national consultancy for cleaning performance improvement and ICM advocate, will also be assisting with the ICM Field Lab Program, the release noted.
"What''s measured gets improved and the quality of the measurement affects the quality of the data," said Vince Elliott, principal.
"Our responsibility will be to assist in promoting accurate and meaningful measurement and quality assurance in the consistent gathering, collating, analysis and reporting of the real-world field data," Elliott stated.
Kaivac Inc. invites inquiries as to the availability of ICM Field Labs in various geographic areas: "The program is embryonic but we expect it to grow based on the strong interest in ICM, process improvement, healthier indoor environments and the need to improve various bottom lines," Tom Morrison, Kaivac vice president of marketing, concluded.
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