We understand your business
We look at hygiene from your point of view, to understand the specific demands of different sectors and businesses.
We improve efficiency
Our dispensers and refills are designed to work together to maximise performance to reduce usage, waste and servicing.
We deliver a better experience
Customers and staff appreciate it when you make an effort. Fully co-ordinated, design-award-winning Tork dispensers enhance your decor and impress visitors.
We're lowering our impact
Manufacturing in Kawerau using geothermal steam has reduced our carbon emissions, helps support our local community and reduces our impact and yours.
What is the TORK Advantage Programme?
The TORK Advantage Programme offers a range of dispensers free on loan to use with TORK consumables - conditions apply.
What are the three steps to identifying the right wiping product for your facility/practice?
The three steps to identifying the right wiping product for your facility/practice are:
1. Identify the task - wiping, cleaning or polishing.
2. Find the right product - size, single or multiple use wiping, any specific needs like heat resistance etc.
3. Select the right dispenser - mobile, wall mounted or portable.
How do TORK Products offer improved efficiencies?
TORK products offer improved efficiencies by designing dispensers and refills that are designed to work together for maximum performance to reduce usage, waste and servicing.
- What are Tork's Sustainability Initiatives
What does surface cleaning mean?
Surface cleaning refers to the removal of dirt, dust, varnish and other debris from the surface of an object.
What is the difference between cleaning and disinfecting?
Cleaning means to physically remove germs (bacteria and viruses), dirt and grime from surfaces using a detergent and water solution.
Disinfecting means using chemicals to kill germs on surfaces. It's important to clean before disinfecting because dirt and grime can reduce the ability of disinfectants to kill germs.
What are the two principles of cleaning?
The two general principles of cleaning are:
From Top to Bottom: start cleaning surfaces higher up and work your way to the floor. This method ensures that any particulates or debris fall to the floor which will be cleaned last.
Clean to dirty: start cleaning with the cleanest surface first, progressively moving towards the dirtiest surface (eg: toilets).
When surfaces are cleaned they should be left dry to reduce the risk of slips and falls.
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