Vapour Removal UKGUM REMOVAL WITH NO HASSLE
- New solutions to old problems
- Eco friendly Chewing Gum Removal that doesn’t ‘Cost the Earth’!
- Completely Silent – Portable – Safe
Vapour Removal UK
A customer’s perception can have an adverse impact when faced with what seems like a lack of care for how entrances to premises/businesses are presented; first impressions last.
Chewing gum will eventually stick firmly to the surface it lands on, usually walkways, stairs, escalators, pavements and areas where people gather. Deposits gradually accumulate compromising the quality of public space in the same way as other litter.
Chewing gum removal has been a problem for most major city councils and local businesses who want to be seen as providing clean and safe environments for its residents and customers.
Other methods of chewing gum removal have caused various health and safety issues due to the fact that our competitors use high-pressure washers that require gallons of water and also damaging chemicals that have a negative impact on our environment.
Vapour Removal UK
Benefits of our technology:
We only use Eco friendly detergents, so in the process of removing even the toughest of chewing gum, there is no adverse effect on the environment.
The unit is attached to an ergonomic lance designed specifically to ensure fast, reliable and easy operation with maximum chewing gum removal. There is a clever pump that injects 16ml per minute of the solution into the lance which is the exact amount required to provide a constant source of vaporised solution. At the point of contact, our specially designed brush emits a PH Neutral and Safe steam mixture to vaporise the chewing gum. The combination of light pressure, heat and cleaning solution means that a wad of gum can be removed in just a matter of seconds – our gum technicians can remove an incredible amount of gum per hour with no disruption to the public. This is more than double the efficiency of the best possible alternative product.
No water spray
No external power source required
No blowing sand out of joints
No need to barrier-off areas for storage
No damage to surfaces
Portable and safe
- 80-90% of chewing gum is not disposed of in any litter receptacle.
- In April 2006, discarded chewing gum was defined as litter for the first time under the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act. Gum droppers can be subjected to an on-the-spot fine
- Chewing Gum is the second most common form of litter after cigarette buts
- Chewing gum is made from polymers which are synthetic plastics that do not biodegrade. When it’s dropped onto the pavement, it stays there until it’s removed
- The amount of annually discarded chewing gum has the equivalent volume of Three Big Ben clock towers
- After the Smoking Ban was introduced in Ireland, gum use increased by a staggering 30%.
- Britons are the second biggest consumers of gum in the world with 120 to 130 sticks per person each year. It’s 20 in China and only 4 in India.
- Chewing gum has been banned in Singapore for nearly 20 years.
- There are over 3 million packs of chewing gum made every day in Britain. Most of it comes from a factory in Plymouth, Devon.
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