Foodservice Pushbrooms

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Designed for excellent floor sweeping performance.
Available in high quality Polyester PBT-bristle versions soft and hard and the width of 50cm to cover large areas.

Superior Broom soft is ideal for dry sweeping of loose particles, offering excellent bend recovery to give a superior cleaning result.
Superior Broom hard is a strong pushing broom ideal for outdoor use  for all types of hard floors.

The Superior Brooms are autoclavable up to 134°C. They have a built in hole for hanging. Recommended handle 134632, universal screw-thread.

Designed to cover all floor sweeping needs from small up to large areas:
Superior Broom soft 50cm – Use dry for inside broom application.
Superior Broom hard 50cm – Use for external or damp application .

Old Code New Code Colour Description Product Size Order Quantity Packs/Case
BR4318B 145877 Blue Food service push broom Hard 50 cm/ 19.5 in 6
BR4324B 145881 Blue Food service push broom Soft 50 cm/ 19 in 6

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Constructed from easy-to-clean high grade plastic and synthetic filaments, Vileda Professional´s hygienic brooms are designed to outlast and outperform ordinary brooms. The Superior broom range offers high product performance combined with best in class hygiene in use. The strong Polypropylene plastic material withstands heavy use. The abrasion resistant Polyester PBT-bristles offer excellent bend recovery and high resistance against a wide range of chemicals, oils, organic solvents and detergents. The bristles are fixed with non-rust staples and are long-lasting.

The Superior broom- and brushware range is heat resistant and can be autoclaved up to 134°C for optimal hygiene.

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