RENO, NV — The Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools (PCHS) Consortium has selected Kaivac Inc. spray-and-vac equipment as a preferred product, according to a press release.
"Spray-and-vac cleaning systems deliver a fresh cleaning and sanitizing solution above floors and to the restroom floor via a spray gun. After proper dwell time, the solution is extracted by vacuum into a waste container housed in the machine," said Rex Morrison, founder of PCHS.
"Studies show this approach to cleaning is 60 times more effective in reducing bacterial contamination on typical floors than conventional methods: Spray-and-vac systems demonstrated a cleaning efficiency of 98 percent on both the tile surface and the grout line. It also increased our productivity significantly," Morrison added.
PCHS seeks to deliver a health-centric, fiscally disciplined, dynamic, unique, proven system of cleaning and operations to make school districts safer for students and staff, while increasing attendance, learning and long-term funding, the release stated.
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