New ready-to-use dispensing from Sunburst Chemicals promotes consistency and helps improve productivity

By Healthcare Facilities Today
January 20, 2014

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Sunburst Chemicals introduces the R2U6000 dispensing system, a compact, space-saving dispenser for easy mounting in space-restricted areas. For use with the company’s family of solid cleaning chemicals, the dispenser provides a consistent mixture of water and detergent for an effective, ready-to-use solution at competitive use costs. It offers a rapid fill rate of up to 6.5 gallons per minute. This saves time when filling mop buckets and auto scrubbers, and it provides a concentrated solution for spray bottles as well. A molded plastic design eliminates corrosion, staining, rusting and prevents breakage.

“The R2U6000 dispensing system is ideal for filling 3-bin sinks, mop buckets and auto scrubbers. Filling a container with ready-to-use solution is simple by turning the valve handle. No operator judgements are needed and minimal training is required. Employees are safe from contact with concentrated chemicals, thereby reducing employer liability and accidents, “ says Patrick Laughlin, VP Sales & Marketing.

Sunburst Chemicals is on the forefront of environmentally friendly cleaning technology, and has been since it first began producing solid cleaning chemicals in the early 1980’s. With products that are DfE certified, as an active member of CleanGredients™, and using Lean Manufacturing practices, Sunburst Chemicals has the expertise and the products to deliver the best environmental solutions for your cleaning needs.

Sunburst Chemicals, 220 W. 86th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55420; (800) 899-7627 or (952) 884-3144; fax: (952) 884-1046;;

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