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CARPET & RESTORATION
In launching what it
describes as 'a complete
solution' of carpet care
cleaning chemicals and an
innovative carpet machine,
Diversey Care has made a
signifcant investment in ensuring
professional technicians' needs
Offering leading edge
Tapi Carpet Care range
is complemented with
the Taski procarpet 45,
a machine that delivers
both encapsulation and
deep extraction capabilities.
The Tapi Carpet Care range comprises a Shampoo, Extract,
Spotter, Defoam and Gum remover for intermediate and deep
cleaning of carpets and upholstery.
The range contains Odour Neutralising Technology (ONT) for
effective malodour neutralisation and long lasting apple fragrance.
Tapi Shampoo is a concentrated formula suitable for intermediate
cleaning of all types of carpet and upholstery. It contains ONT, is
WoolSafe approved, is pH neutral and can be used for shampoo (wet
and dry) and encapsulation method.
For restorative/deep extraction cleaning, Tapi Extract is a fast acting,
neutral formula that leaves no tacky residues. It incorporates ONT, is
WoolSafe approved and suitable for the pre-spray and direct methods.
Designed for spray extraction and wet vac machines, Tapi Defoam
prevents build-up of foam in the pick-up tank, thus delivering fast
defoaming action to increase cleaning effciency.
Tapi's WoolSafe-approved Gum remover comes as an aerosol freeze
spray and doesn’t damage fbres and fabrics. The general purpose,
WoolSafe approved Spotter is water-based, pH neutral and formulated
with hydrogen peroxide to remove spots and stains in carpets.
The procarpet 45 is an innovative two-in-one carpet cleaning machine
with interim encapsulation and deep extraction capabilities through
a simple switch of a button, depending on the cleaning application
required. This removes the need to purchase separate machines.
The procarpet 45 is simple to use and promotes productivity while
delivering excellent performance and results, points out Diversey Care.
The machine has a 45 litre tank and 45cm working width to cover
bigger areas more quickly. Noise levels of less than 70dB(A) means the
machine is quiet enough to operate close to the public without causing
undue disruption to support emergency, opportunity and daytime
Accessories include a carpet wand and hose to access hard-to-
reach areas; hand tool for upholstery cleaning; adjustable handle
for operator convenience and comfort; and a parking lever which
raises the brush off the foor to reduce the risk of damage and make
transport and storage simpler and safer.
DefendAir HEPA 500 for
Designed for professional-grade
air fltration, Dri-Eaz’s DefendAir
HEPA 500 features true HEPA flter
media and a two-stage preflter
system. An optional carbon flter to
capture odours and an optional DOP
flter ensure frst-pass HEPA fltration
for sensitive jobs.
The HEPA 500 unit also features a
convenient stackable size, a rugged rotomolded
housing and variable CMH airfow.
Ideal for controlling dust, fumes and odours, the HEPA 500 can be used
during construction, remodels, painting, food and fre cleanup and more.
It addresses air-quality issues quickly and effectively, helping
technicians to maintain a clean, odour-free indoor environment for
workers and occupants.
The HEPA 500 is a powerful air scrubber designed to effciently
remove dust and other particles from the air down to 0.3 micron in size.
When used with the optional carbon flter, the unit can also remove
odours from paint, varnish, dead animals and more. It's also useful for
providing clean air to enclosed spaces.
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The US-based Restoration Industry Association (RIA) is
coming to Australia this September. For the first time,
RIA is bringing its Certified Restorer (CR) and Water Loss
Specialist (WLS) prerequisite course, Building Science, to
Courses will be held in Brisbane on 25 September 2015
and Perth on 29 September 2015.
'Stand out in the industry by obtaining your CR
or WLS credentials today,' encourages the RIA.
Participants will focus on the effects of water on different
materials, the interdependent system, and how this affects
water migration, as well as how buildings 'behave' in
response to moisture. The course will go into the effects of
water on drywall, insulation, concrete, wood, masonry and
This course will be taught by Christopher Schumacher, a
principal at Building Science Consulting Inc.
Schumacher has led the design, installation, and analysis
of monitoring projects both in the lab and in field locations
around the globe.
'You won't want to miss this opportunity to learn from
one of the best in the restoration and reconstruction
industry,' states the RIA.
To register for the Building Science course, contact Roz
Bennett at CPK Training Pty Ltd on 0409-752-745 or
leading edge products
RIA brings its Building
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