HYGEN™ Quick-Connect handles and poles make cleaning more efficient in every area of the facility by reaching the highest spaces with ease. The unique connection mechanism allows for easy, time-saving tool exchange.
HYGEN™ Quick-Connect handles and poles make cleaning more efficient in every area of the facility by reaching the highest spaces with ease. The unique connection mechanism allows for easy, time-saving tool exchange. By using tools with increased efficacy, healthcare facilities can maintain a safer environment for patients, visitors, and staff members, therefore, reducing healthcare-associated infections.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||72.00 in||182.88 cm|
|Product Width||2.10 in||5.33 cm|
|Product Height||2.10 in||5.33 cm|
|Product Weight||21.70 lb||9.84 kg|
|Case Pack Length||11.50 in||29.21 cm|
|Case Pack Width||77.00 in||195.58 cm|
|Case Pack Height||2.63 in||6.67 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||18.00 lb||8.16 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||6|
|Packaging Length||1.40 in||3.56 cm|
|Packaging Width||1.40 in||3.56 cm|
|Packaging Height||72.00 in||182.88 cm|
|Country of Origin||China|
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