Busy i-team booth at Interclean:
"Visitors stepped into the new world"
An international group of 669 exhibitors, 25,886 visitors from 125 countries: this was Interclean Amsterdam 2022, from May 10 to 13 in the RAI. A successful fair with a focus on cleaning with an international character, delighted relations and exhibitors.
i-team and Avular announce their strategic partnership to bring innovative cobotic solutions to the professional cleaning industry
i-team and Avular are proud to announce their all-Dutch Joint Venture i-botics b.v., based in the world’s smartest region, Brainport Eindhoven. Together, they will revolutionize the professional cleaning industry by bringing innovative cobotic solutions to the market.
For Ukraine we standSupport for Ukraine Through the We-Support foundation, we were able to contribute. Even if it was just a little.
i-linkThe new and easiest way for your fleet management
Imagine having an online overview of all your assets: tools, machines, and compliances. You could instantly see how machines are used, how they perform and where they’re located. With the brand new i-link®, you can.
Cobotics: get ready for the future
Robots who can perform tasks instead of humans? It sounds like something we might have seen in a science fiction movie, but it’s becoming a reality in the cleaning industry. By implementing cobotics into your cleaning operations, you can maintain a high standard of cleaning with ultimate efficiency and less strain on the cleaner.
What is 4D cleaning and why is it getting so popular?Here’s why you need it for your business
The future of cleaning is here. Hygiene is under a magnifying glass – and for good reason. Not only personal hygiene, but also the hygiene of a space and even the air, has a big influence on our overall wellbeing.
The 8 things you should know about aerosols
It’s the summer season! Longer days, beams of sunlight that touch our skin, enjoying a cold glass of wine on a patio somewhere… Oh yes, the summer vibes are clearly in the air. But so are viruses, dust, pollution, and more.
The easiest way to keep your floors dry?
Whether you’re living on the Northern or Southern hemisphere: we’ve all experienced rainy days and wet or muddy floors. Obviously, dirty floors don’t do much for your company image. But it can also be quite dangerous as it poses slip and fall hazards. But no worries! There’s an easy solution and it’s called: entrance matting.
7 reasons for dropping the mop and bucket. Now.and choose for i-mop
The mop and bucket are very possibly the worst choice when it comes to cleaning floors. Even though you may have grown accustomed to it and think that it (eventually, after a long time of mopping) leaves the floors clean: it doesn’t. Here are 7 reasons why you should immediately drop the mop and bucket (and choose for i-mop).
Here’s what you should know about cleaning an office spaceOffices are often dirtier than you think. Yes, this probably includes your office. Even if you don’t see any dirt, it doesn’t mean it isn’t there. Standard cleaning methods often fail to remove all germs, resulting in health risks for the people inside the office. We’ll explain the impact of cleaning on employee productivity and give you 6 crucial tips about how to properly clean an office.
Germs, bacteria and viruses. What’s the difference?
We all know germs, bacteria and viruses are a risk to our health and that we should keep our bodies and spaces clean to prevent contamination. Nowadays, we often see that the words are used interchangeably in mainstream news and communication. But they shouldn’t! The words mean very different things. We gladly explain the difference.
i-dose launched during i-gathering 2020.With i-dose we introduce pods that contain a super concentrated and eco-friendly cleaning formula. After a one-time investment to upgrade your i-mop, you can save time and the environment by using i-dose cleaning pods. Just pop the pod and wait for the liquid to drop in the water.
If staying indoor is suddenly dangerous
Dr Herman KokThe indoor space matters. We spend an average of 90% of our time there (Allen & Macomber, 2020). At best, how we experience space makes us happy and healthy and ensures that we can perform. But what if that space can suddenly just be life-threatening? And what causes this is also invisible?