Salmon Hygiene - - Items tagged as "Sweeping brushes"

Professional Benefits:

  • Available in up to eight coded colours to help eliminate cross contamination and promote HACCP compliance
  • Autoclave temperatures of up to 134 degrees centigrade
  • Industrial Dishwasher safe
  • FDA approved materials
  • Salmon Hygiene Technology Quality and durability
  • UK Manufactured
  • Ideal for environments where a wide range of professional cleaning tools are required
  • Medium Flue Brush QUICK VIEW Medium Flue Brush from £3.45

    Medium Flue Brush


    Flue 1/2 - 915mm overall length, 152mm x 50mm twisted in wire flue brush, made with mild steel gavanized wire, filled Gumati fibre. This brush is typically used for cleaning wood...
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  • Salmon Hygiene Deck Scrub 305mm - B759 QUICK VIEW Salmon Hygiene Deck Scrub 305mm - B759 £14.60

    Salmon Hygiene Deck Scrub 305mm - B759


    Extra Stiff 305mm Deck Scrub - This product is ideal for cleaning very heavy soiling from large surface areas. Recommended for use in production environments. Available in 8 colours
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