Diversey Inc. conducts electrically converted water study
December 16, 2010
STURTEVANT, WI — Diversey Inc., a leading global provider of cleaning and hygiene solutions to the institutional marketplace, has conducted its own study on electrically converted water technology in advance of the North American launch of the TASKI floor scrubber.
wfk – Institute for Applied Research, the globally recognized research institute in the field of cleaning technologies related to hard surface cleaning, confirms that the TASKI machine, using a neutral floor cleaner at recommended dosage, demonstrated, in comparison to the Tennant machine with ec-H2O, relevant cleaning advantages.
According to the study, the Tennant machine with ec-H2O did not deliver relevant cleaning advantages over the Tennant machine using plain tap water in any of the tested conditions, while the TASKI machine with plain tap water delivered relevant cleaning advantages over the Tennant machine with ec-H2O technology, the study stated.
The TASKI machine by Diversey showed relevant cleaning advantages in comparison to the Tennant machine, the study noted.