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Narrow Cleaning Brush with Long Handle, 16.54", Hard, Blue
Easily clean small spaces with this 46 mm wide narrow-headed brush. The bristles are angled to facilitate easy cleaning of corners, the grip is designed for extra stability and the entire brush is color-coded to support HACCP principles.Go to product
Hygienic Wall Bracket, Double Hook Module, 3.27", Blue
The double hook module is designed for hanging 1-2 cleaning tools that have a hanging hole, or products with a D- or T-shaped handle. The hooks are slid onto the supplied double-base/spacer from the left or right side. The hook module can hold products weighing up to 3 kg. The hook module is easy to disassemble for cleaning or replacement.Go to product
Hygienic Wall Bracket, Grip Band Module, 3.27", Blue
The grip band module is designed for storing cleaning tools without a hanging hole. Slide the grip band module onto the supplied double-base/spacer from the left or right side. The grip module can hold products with a diameter of 28-33 mm. The grip band module is easy to disassemble for cleaning or replacement.Go to product
Hygienic Wall Bracket, Single Hook Module, 1.63", Blue
The single hook module is designed for storing cleaning tools that have a hanging hole. The hook is slid onto the supplied single-base/spacer from the left or right side. The single hook module can hold products weighing up to 3 kg. The hook system is easy to disassemble for cleaning or replacement.Go to product
Hygienic Hi-Flex Wall Bracket System, 16.54", Blue
This hygienic, modular wall bracket provides a flexible solution for storing your cleaning tools and utensils in any area of your site. The rail easily attaches to the four wall mounts by sliding it on from the right or left side. The grip band modules and hook modules can then be clicked on the rail and locked in place using one of the many small notches in the rail. These ensure that the modules cannot slide from side to side. From one to 10 hanging modules can be placed on the rail (up to five grip band modules or up to 10 hook modules). The grip band module can hold products with a diameter of 28-33 mm. The hook module can hold products weighing up to 3 kg. The system comes with three grip band modules and two hooks. Modules and rails are easy to disassemble for cleaning or replacement.Go to product
Detail Brush with scraping edge, 5.91" Hard, Blue
A very effective detail brush. The solid scraping edge is suitable to loosen very stubborn dirt from surfaces. The flat hand grip offers a good support and control in your hand for a variety of cleaning tasks. Extra force can be applied during scrubbing by pressing your forefinger down on the brush head during cleaning.Go to product
Ultra-Slim Cleaning Brush with Long Handle, 23.62" Medium, Blue
Clean where other brushes cannot reach with this ultra-slim 15 mm wide brush with a scraping edge for tackling stubborn debris. Features an easy-grip slim handle and a specially designed head with extra-stiff first bristles that help clean all the way to the end of narrow spaces. The brush block is made using food contact compliant polypropylene offcuts from other Vikan products.Go to product
Crevice Scrub, 8.86", Very hard, Blue
Effectively clean beneath and between machines and equipment with an angle-adjustable Crevice Scrub that can even be used with the handle parallel to the floor. The arrow-shaped filaments reach into small cracks and crevices, while a middle row of stiff filaments provides high scrubbing efficacy.Go to product
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