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Immaculate Hygiene In The Healthcare Sector

Hygiene requirements in the healthcare sector are especially high in the UK at the moment and the standards are continuing to increase. However, space and time is scarce, given the hectic work routine in hospitals. So, Hako offers you a large range of hospital municipal cleaning machines.

Our hospital cleaning machines include automatic scrubber-driers that meet the optimum hygiene requirements and help tackle infection and prevent cross-contamination in the water-recovery tanks. These issues are prevented with the help of Hako-Antibac® technology which helps kill up to 99.9% of all bacteria, such as Staphylococcus Aureus (gram-positive), Escherichia Coli (gram-negative) and fungus Aspergillus Niger.

Our municipal hospital cleaning machines do their job by offering compact, highly manoeuvrable and low-noise cleaning solutions that provide immaculate cleaning of surgeries, hospital rooms, sanitary facilities, hallways and kitchens, without interrupting clinical operations.

In addition, Hako also offers efficient cleaning solutions for work that needs carrying out in the outdoor areas of clinics and hospitals. Our hospital municipal cleaning machines are economically efficient working (ensured by a superior cleaning performance), adaptable to their surroundings and are manufactured to premium quality standards in Germany.

  • Hako hospital municipal cleaning machines offer comfortable operation and a very good view onto the working area. The ergonomic design of our cleaning machines ensure optimal working conditions.
  • The use of Hako-AntiBac® ensures impeccably clean floors in hygiene-sensitive areas and inhibits fungal and bacterial growth.
  • Our municipal hospital cleaning machines allow for Hako-DaytimeCleaning. With their quick-charge technology, they provide extended runtimes at reduced capacity, and allow interim charging at any 230-V power outlet.
  • Hako hospital cleaning machines are developed for the highest hygiene standards in hospitals and other healthcare facilities.

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